Tail wagging-a plenty at Coldham Dog Show

Coldham Dog Show. Jacey, first in jumps.Picture: Steve Williams.

Coldham Dog Show. Jacey, first in jumps.Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

It was wagging tails all round when an annual contest saw 180 dogs take part in what has been hailed a great success event.

Coldham Dog Show. Picture: Steve Williams.

Coldham Dog Show. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

The Coldham Dog Show and Agility Contest attracted people from across seven counties who enjoyed the two day event which raised £1,977 for the playing field and community building.

Organised by the Coldham Residents Action Group people travelled from as far afield as Staffordshire, Suffolk, Essex and Northamptonshire as well as more local contestants from Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Lincolnshire.

Kay wells said: “A fun day was had by all who attended with lots of positive comments by spectators and people taking part.”

There were 20 classes in the dog show including best in show, best puppy and best trick.


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Best in show was a curly coated retriever won by Buddy with his owner Mr Elinor of Long Sutton.

Reserve was Megan Cooper, from Boston, with her dog Abbey.

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Best puppy was Bella with her owner Sarah Hooper of March.

Best friends was the children’s contest where youngsters had to tell judges why their dog was their best friend.

Winner was Ella from Ramsey with Buzz, second was Abbey from Chatteris with Bella, third was Georgia from Wisbech with Bentley.

Best trick was Alex Callaby with Sasha from Hunstanton.

Second was Diana Rossiter of Chatteris with jack and third was Chris James from Chatteris with Megan.

Also at the event was a raffle, a dog bed stall, a collar and lead stall, Shamen’s Legacy dog rescue stall and a dog hydrotherapy stall from Ramsey.

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