Pooches show off their good looks and talents
PERKIEST puppies to best old timers were crammed into a zany dog show.
The competitive canines were a highlight of Friends of Naunton Park's autumn show.
The event, in the rose garden, attracted 300 people and raised at least £500 towards maintaining the popular and beautiful area.
Friends chairman Claire Sheldon said: "The dog show was slightly anarchic.
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"We had 40 to 50 dogs, judged by Mark Redwood-Thompson of Bark and Call, Cheltenham.
"In the best tricks section we had lots of 'high-fives' but some dogs just refused to do their tricks and sat looking at their owners.
"We had footballing dogs and fairies.
"Britain's Got Talent had nothing on us."
The event included stalls, live music, games, local produce, home-made cakes and refreshments.
There was also apple-pressing with exotic varieties.