The search is on for the fairest mutt

2018-04-19 06:01

PURE-BRED or just pure love - your dog could be what the judges are looking for at the first dog show presented by the Milkwood Market in conjunction with the SPCA Humansdorp Assisi.

Big or small, pedigreed or not, join in this day of fun and laughter - “for dog’s sake”.

Proud pet owners can show off their dogs in various categories: cutest cuddle bear, weirdest breed, biggest best buddie and tiniest little friend.

The judges are well-known Councillor Bryan Dhludhlu, animal-lover Ciske Vorster, and a representative from Cape Cross Veterinary in Jeffreys Bay.

The winners will earn bragging rights, as well as gift hampers sponsored by loyal Milkwood Market stall holders.

Master of ceremonies David du Plessis will put his best ‘paw’ forward to keep things on track during the day.

Buffed and puffed, these dog will hit the stage at the Milkwood Market at 10:00 on Saturday, April 21.

For more information, contact Hannelie at 082 788 2880.


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