DOGS of all shapes and sizes wowed crowds at the Wangaratta Kennel and Obedience Club’s dog show at the weekend.
Around 470 canines from around Australia showed off their skills, but club president Kevin Felmingham said entries were lower than previous years.
“They were a little bit down on past years, we usually have around 700, but there was a show going on in New South Wales,” he said.
Best in show was awarded to an Irish wolfhound on Saturday and a standard poodle on Sunday.
Melissa O’Brien of Albury with one of her dalmations.
Tara Delmenico led her dalmation, Sam, around the track.
Miriam Morag enjoyed the day’s events with her Yorkshire terrier, Marion.
Huddy the St Bernard with his owner, Denny Hill of Wallan.
Kimberly O’Brien of Melbourne and Narla, her long-coat German shepherd.
Lyn O’Neil snuggled up to her toy poodle Tommy Tucker.
Ronn Webb with his toy poodle Dee Dee.
Wangaratta Kennel and Obedience Club’s dog show was held on the weekend. PHOTOS; Luke Plummer
Mr Felmingham said the tireless efforts of grounds staff and volunteers contributed to the success of the day.
“The grounds were in great condition and overall it was a top weekend,” he said.