Help4Hounds dog show in Mark

PUBLISHED: 14:00 11 December 2019 | UPDATED: 10:55 12 December 2019

Help4Hounds volunteers and dogs at a fundraising event in Mark.Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Help4Hounds volunteers and dogs at a fundraising event in Mark.Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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Visitors to a family dog show got their pooches pampered at an event.

Visitors to a family dog show got their pooches pampered at an event.

People shaved off their hair for charity, as well as having their legs waxed at the Companion Dog Show at Mark Village Hall in Vole Road.

Dog breeds from Shih Tzus, British bulldogs and Siberian huskies competed for prizes at the event, which was held by Help4Hounds rescue.

The organisation works to find forever homes for dogs in the UK.

Previous dog shows have raised money for Brain Tumour Support, a charity which is dedicated to supporting patients, families, friends and carers.

Among the winners of the show was Woody, who took second place at the dog show.

Weston Super Sweets, a Highbridge-based confectionary shop, sold treats on the day and Liv's Short Back And Sides dog haircuts on the day.


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