He says there's nothing too serious about the show, which was about providing an opportunity for people to have fun and at the same time grab a bite to eat from one of the 40 vendors, who line both sides of Beaufort Street in Inglewood.
There is no cost to enter and prizes will be on offer, including the first prize of a voucher for 10kg of preservative and additive-free lamb and offal mince from human grade beef, valued at $125 from Mondo Butchers; second prize id a matching outfit of choice for owner and pet from Rolas Pet Boutique; and third prize of a hamper of treats from Woof Meow Tweet Squeak – The Treat Truck.
Former dog show MC Chrissy Morrissey with a family group.
Judges for the dog show will come from the Dogs Refuge Home, who will also be bringing a couple of recently adopted dogs who will strut their stuff and shaking the tin for donations or will accept donations at https://www.dogshome.org.au/donate/
The Monday night markets are always popular with visitors who enjoy taking their dogs for a stroll while enjoying the entertainment, the bustle of the markets and picking up something to eat from the stallholders with food styles from around the world.
Well behaved dogs of all shapes and sizes are welcome.