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Ruff weather didn’t stop doggie Olympics in Warminster
5:01pm Friday 17th August 2012 in News
WARMINSTER animal behaviour and training business Charismatic Pets held a fun day to celebrate its second anniversary.
There were many stalls with various traders, some pet-related and some not, from doggie-themed cakes to face painting and gifts. Lots of visitors brought their dogs and either had a go on the agility course or entered some classes in the doggie Olympics.
Charismatic Pets’ doggie mascot Cuddles was there to meet and great those attending and there were lots of competitions.
Paige Ellis won the colouring competition and took home some treats for her two dogs and a bag of sweets for herself. Everyone tried their hand at guessing the number of treats in the jar to take home for their dog and there were many winners on the raffle too.
Charis Hunter of Charismatic Pets said: “It was really heartwarming to see so many people come down to the fun day despite the awful weathe. We all braved the downpours to enjoy the dog show and agility and then communed inside for refreshments.
“The doggie olympics fun dog show had classes for everyone from waggiest tail to fastest recall, fastest tunnel, best biscuit catcher and temptation alley. All those that entered did a great job.”