It was a case of tunnel vision for dog lovers at the weekend...
Another successful Gerrards Cross Dog Show
AROUND 200 people flocked to Gerrards Cross for an annual dog show.
Held on Sunday (October 2) at the Memorial Centre, East Common, the crowds were kept entertained by a dog agility show, barbecue, face painting and an ice cream van.
While numbers were down on the previous year, Ken Piercy, director of services, said it was still a good event.
“It was a beautiful day,” he said. “The people who were there enjoyed it.”
People were able to enter their dogs into a different variety of categories, with prizes handed out later in the day.
Mr Piercy said: “It’s a free event where people who live in Gerrards Cross, who have a dog, can walk down and come to a local dog show.
“We’re committed to doing it again next year – we want to make it an annual event.”
And he added: “The people who came loved it and agility is so popular.
“We’re not trying to be Crufts, we don’t take ourselves too seriously.
“It’s a fun family event.”
Winner: Joanne Clarke with her Yorkshire terrier Boo who won a first in the dog with the Most Awesome Eyes category. Left, Cockerpoo Lola chills out in the sun with owner Teresa Scott
Best friends: Golden labrador Bruno gets a hug from 12 year old owner Polly. Right, An owner entices his pooch through the tunnel on the agility course
In training: Trainer Lisa Hunt takes a pooch around the agility course
Winner: Naomi Parkin with her Golden Retriever Reggie who won a first in the Best Looking Big Dog category
Winner: Natasha Smith with her Maltese terrrier Daisy who won a first in the Most Stunning Small Dog category