Can you spot your Disney pooch at Paws in the Park?
- Credit: ST NICHOLAS HOSPICE
Dogs of all shapes and sizes and even some dressed as Disney characters, had a ‘pawesome’ time at Nowton Park in Bury St Edmunds yesterday.
Now in it's fourth year, Paws in the Park, arranged by St Nicholas Hospice, attracted more than 400 dogs and 2,000 people.
Throughout the days dogs got to try out lots of fun activities including having a go on an agility course.
Hospice Events Organiser, Charlie De Moore said: "There's been something for everyone. The dogs don't care about the weather, they've really enjoyed it.
"Paws in the Park is a really popular event, we've had amazing support from people in Bury St Edmunds, our volunteers and our sponsors."
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A highlight of the event was the 'best Disney doggy' competition, where one contestant, a Scottish terrier was dressed up as Cinderella complete with pumpkin.
Winning the hotly contested competition was three-year-old Rambo a Pomeranian who dressed up as the Mad Hatter.
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