From waggiest tail to most loveable, Whaley’s best pets

Whaley Bridge’s Rose Queen season came to a fun end as the family Pet Show attracted dozens of pets and their owners. Dogs are definitely favourite pets, and three of them got to show their unique appeal: the waggiest tail, the look that melts the judge, and then best of the best.

Waggiest tale rosette went to Minnie, a 12 year old beagle, shown by Mrs Debbie Raper.

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Minnie with Debbie Raper shows off waggiest tail

The show’s unique award, ‘pet the judge would most like to take home’, was won by Charlie, an eight month old English springer spaniel. He was shown by Mrs Sarah Whelan and her daughters Amy and Lucy.

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Loveable Charlie, shown by the Whelan family

 

The best in show award is competed for by winners in all the classes. It was won by Lily, a two year old Sheltie, shown by Antonia Mills, nine. The family has had Lily from being a puppy. This was her first show.

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Lily the Sheltie, shown by Antonia Mills

 

Christmas treat: the Rose Queen organisers will be running their traditional disco for youngsters, along with a presentation evening of cash awards to local charities, in the Bowling Club on Friday 11 December.

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