Is your dog a top dog?

Find out at Sun­day’s ca­nine com­pe­ti­tion in Clyde

Central Otago Mirror - - FRONT PAGE - By CHE BAKER

Long tails, lit­tle tails, scruffy fringes or short hair, the hunt is on to find Clyde’s top dog. As part of the Clyde on Sun­day mar­kets this Sun­day a Top Dog at Clyde com­pe­ti­tion will be held to find the best pooches in the town. Prizes will be given to the best small dog, best large dog, best be­haved dog, best dressed dog and a spe­cial prize for the dog that looked most like its owner. Event or­gan­iser Marnie Kelly said of­ten dogs shared traits with their own­ers so it was de­cided to give a prize to the most alike. Any­one want­ing to take part in the com­pe­ti­tion needed to bring their dog on a leash to the area in front of the Clyde Cin­ema on Hol­loway St at 11.30am. The com­pe­ti­tion was be­ing held to do some­thing dif­fer­ent and be­cause there were a lot of dogs in Clyde that could do with some recog­ni­tion, Mr Kelly said. Dog bowls, leashes and a spe­cial dog cake were some of the prizes up for grabs.

Big dog: Clyde res­i­dent Grace To­hill, 8, with her choco­late labrador Rusty who will vie for the best large dog at the Top Dog at Clyde com­pe­ti­tion be­ing held in Clyde on Sun­day. Photo: CHE BAKER 627650893

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