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Dudley Mayor to judge Fun Dog Show
8:00am Tuesday 17th September 2013 in News
DUDLEY'S Mayor will be highlighting bone-a fide top dogs when he picks prized pooches out in a forthcoming show.
The borough’s first citizen will be picking out lead-ing dogs as guest judge in the Fun Dog Show taking place at Baggeridge Country Park, Sedgley, on Saturday September 28 from 11am.
The competition, which will raise funds for one of the Mayor's charities - Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, is open to all types of dogs.
Classes will include Best Puppy and Best Oldie (seven years and older) and Junior Obedience for young dog handlers under 14.
Other classes being judged throughout the day include Best Rescue Dog, Waggiest Tail, Most Handsome Dog and more.
People can book their dogs in for different categories from 10am, for £2 per entry, and all dogs will be able to try out their skills in an obstacle course.
Councillor Alan Finch, Mayor of Dudley, said: “I’m really looking forward to judging at the Fun Dog Show and raising money for one of my mayoral charities Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
“I hope people will attend this day out in the park, as well as enter their own dogs into one of the many categories that are being judged.”
For more information call Anne Jeff-Byrne from Hearing Dogs for Deaf People on 01384 340600.
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