Waggy tails and wet noses were in abundance at a fun dog show.
The 20th anniversary of the show organised by Evelyn Luck at Marsh View, Rolvenden, attracted 80 entries.
They were judged on categories ranging from the most appealing eyes to the waggiest tail, with 17 classes.
Canines of all shapes and sizes and their proud owners gathered for the fundraiser on Sunday in aid of Tenterden and District Day Centre, which raised £808 for the cause.
Top dog on the day was a Norfolk terrier.
Visitors browsed cake and bric-a-brac stalls and the Lions Club and Cinque Port Vets had stands.
Eighty dogs were entered for the 20th anniversary dog show at Tenterden on Sunday in aid of the district day centre
Sharon Lewis with her miniature smooth dachshund called Ruby
Phil Martin with Lily and Lexi his two long-haired chihuahuas
Jack Wood, 13, with Woody, an English toy terrier
Summer Stewart-Welch, eight, with Ziggy, an airedale terrier puppy
Phil Grimward with Poppy, his short-haired chihuahua
Sue Birks with her staffy-cross called Pearl
One man and his dog...
Trying to get their dogs to sit