The Morinville Veterinary Clinic held its first craft fair and dog show on Saturday.
Participants registered for the show were from the area, Ponoka and Langley BC
The fun show’s categories included best trick, best costume, obedience, fluffiest dog, loudest bark, best girl, best boy and best dog.
In the Bestest Boy entry, a 3-legged dog named Ace, a Blue Heeler Border Collie Mix, was the winner. Langley owner Crystal Winter was thrilled with the prize ribbon, goodie bag and being able to be part of the event. She said it was worth the trip from Langley to be a part of it.
A little Papillon dog named Dodger won the Loudest Bark Ribbon Award.
Owner Audrey Murley and her husband traveled from Ponoka to register their two dogs for the event.
The Top Dog winner was a German Shepherd named Kenai. Owner Emily Mehok said Kenai also received a ribbon for obedience.
The ribbons were presented by Gail Cooper.
There were over 15 vendors on site with a variety of items for sale, from canned goods, wooden signs, clothing, jewelry, mugs and fun mugs and also gifts for dog owners.
Proceeds from the dog show, photo booth and concession stand go to the OSCAR fund, an account used to help low-income pet owners pay for their pet’s emergency veterinary needs.
German Shephard Kenai won the obedience ribbon and was the best dog in the dog show.
Marley, an English Springer Spaniel, won the competition for best costume.
One of the entries for the Best Costume Contest.
Ace in the Best Costume Contest.
The loudest dog ribbon went to Dodger, a butterfly dog from Ponoka. Gail Cooper presents the ribbon to Audrey Murley.
Participant in the competition for the best costume.
Ace, a Blue Heeler Border Collie Mix from Langley, BC, won the Best Boy Ribbon Award.
Ace received her Ribbon Award from Gail Cooper with owner Crystal Winter.
Gail Cooper presents Marley and owner Tim Loewen with the Best Costume Ribbon Award.