Barmouth RNLI hold their seventh annual Dog show

Lifeboats News Release

Barmouth RNLI’s ever-popular Dog Show proved to be a crowd-puller again this year .

Best in show

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Rufus, with owner Jake Jarman from Leicester
From 1.00 pm on Sunday 23 June 2018, owners arrived at the Lifeboat Station to enter their dogs of all sizes and in a variety of classes. Winners and runners up of each category received a certificate and rosette and the event was very ably adjudicated by Ed Meers from Williams’ Veterinary practice, with certificates presented by Deputy Mayor of Barmouth, Katie Price

It was a great turnout and a thoroughly enjoyable day, the weather kept dry and the dogs taking part all behaved impeccably all afternoon.

Best in Show’ was awarded to Rufus, the Afghan brought along by Jake Jarman from Leicester, who also won Best Puppy.

Winning categories:

BEST LARGE DOG: Rocco – with owner Nick from Manchester

BEST MEDIUM DOG: Cody with Dominic and Finlay Woods from Barmouth

BEST SMALL DOG: Taffy – with Paula Tunnadine from Barmouth

BEST CHILD WITH DOG: Cody – with Finlay from Barmouth

BEST PUPPY: Rufus with Jake Jarman from Leicester

BEST RESCUE DOG: Belle - with Kes Triggs from Barmouth

BEST DOG ON HOLIDAY: Mustard - with Matthew from Liverpool

DOG WITH WAGGIEST TAIL: Tok - with Adele from Stourbridge

MOST OBEDIENT DOG: Charlie - with Renee Savage

DOG THAT LOOKS MOST LIKE ITS OWNER: Bella with Colin Price from Bristol

BEST OLDER DOG OVER 10 YEARS: Jake with Sarah West of Northampton

Best Large Dog Rocco with Nick from Manchester

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Best Large Dog
Best child with dog, Finlay from Barmouth with Cody

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Best dog with child
Dog most like its owner Bella with Colin from Bristol

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Dog most like its owner

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