Bark in the

Rutherglen Reformer - - News - Dou­glas Dickie

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

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