Bark in the
It was far from a dog’s life at Cambuslang Park where the annual Bark in the Park event once again proved a tremendous success.
Friends of Cambuslang Park and Project 31 joined together for the show, which is now in its fourth year.
Canines of all shapes and sizes were there to enjoy some autumn sunshine on October 9.
Project 31 provided plenty of children’s art activities with dog masks, a treasure hunt and a ‘guess the dog’s birthday’ competition.
Four legged friends were included in the fun and games with a dog treat treasure hunt and a number of stalls which offered doggy shopping opportunities including handmade dog biscuits. The Avenues Vets also ran a stall while Friends of Cambuslang Park kept the humans happy with their tea and cupcakes.
The main event was of course the dog show itself, with judges from the Avenues Vets working hard to pick a winner in each category as they felt “all the dogs were so great”.
Dogs were awarded with a canine prize and certificate and all those who took
Waggiest Tail Jude Bamford with Scout Best Senior Ruth Watt with Tasha, aged 15 Best Child Handler Orla McLean with Coco Stall right now There was a chance to stock up on doggy goods on the day
Tough decision The judging was a hard job on the day
Best Inbetweener George and Aaron Robin with Jax