More than 60 dogs took part in the charity’s second novelty dog show of the year at Shores Hey Farm in Burnley earlier this month.
From gorgeous mongrels to gorgeous golden retrievers, a host of different sizes, colors and breeds competed for fantastic prizes in nine fun classes ranging from best pup to fall costume.
The pup-tastic event raised over £2,200 for the rescue of horses and ponies.
All first and second place finishes were entered into a grand finale where the title of overall champion was awarded to an adorable pup named Boris, while the reserve champion was awarded to a handsome young dog named Ned.
The winners were: The most beautiful dog: Stanley; The prettiest female dog: Penny; Cutest Puppy: Boris; General champion of the exhibition: Boris; Best Veteran: Madge;
Costumes: Gregg; Junior Handler: Pippa and Evie; Best Rescue: Pixie; and Waggiest Tail: Pip.
Read on to meet some of the beautiful dogs who stole the show:
Gregg (named after Greggs sausage rolls) won first prize in the Fancy Dress category. The 13-week-old miniature dachshund is the darling of Thomas, Max and Nola from Padiham.
2. The prettiest female dog
The second in the category of the most beautiful female dogs was River.
3. The cutest puppy
Boris from Burnley, who lives at No 10, is a 16-week-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Boris (whose real house number is No 10 where he lives with his owner Karen) was named the cutest puppy. The pup is a bundle of fun, a nice new addition to the family who likes to steal things, especially fabrics. Boris won the all-around champion title.
4. Most attractive eyes
Cocker Spaniel Ned had his eyes set on one particular coveted prize. And there was perhaps no one more suitable for the category of most attractive eyes than him. The one-year-old dog is known as the safety of the streets where he lives with his owners Katy and Thea, as he always sits by the window watching the world go by and doesn’t miss a thing. Ned also won the overall reserve championship title. Ned went on to win the reserve overall championship title