Dog days of summer
There was paws for thought at Castlemilk Park recently.
The park was hosting its popular doggie day, and plenty of pups were on hand for it.
The event had been due to be held in early July, only to be postponed due to bad weatheron the day.
Richard Bolton, community woodland officer at Cassiltoun Housing Association, said: “It was a great wee event - we’d had to reschedule from July 6, when the heavens opened.
“We had nine different categories with prizes, such as dog with the waggiest tail, dog with the best child handler, most appealing puppy, best rescue dog and dog most like their owner.
“We had all sorts of breeds there, from Rottweilers to tiny terriers and spaniels.
“It’s a good way to get people out and about, and remind them about clearing a path through the woods too.”
Paws-itive thinking This owner and his dog were having a good time
Pets parade There was a whole host of dogs on display
Dog days There was a good turnout on the day
Glorious The day had some great weather
Energetic This dog was full of enthusiasm