Bailey is top dog at West Walton fun day

09:52 22 July 2014

Fun dog show at West Walton

Fun dog show at West Walton


It was waggy tails and happy owners when a fun dog show took place in West Walton.

The dog show was at St Mary’s Church and was raising money for a new toilet area at the church.

Janine Hagger said: “There was a big thunder storm and down pour just before it was due to start. However the sun come out and those who braved it had good fun.”

Proud dog owners enjoyed the event with the youngest dog handler just five years old.

Best in show was Bailey handled by Sian Spear and reserve was Kara handled by Michael Howell (pictured).


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