Classes of all types keep judges busy

The section's champion and reserve champion
The section's champion and reserve champion

The dog section was kept busy with a range of classes throughout the day, including many local entrants.

Section secretary Sue Mccafferty said: “A big thank you to our sponsors Pero Pet Foods who supplied the dog food for prizes and we raised a substantial amount for Tia Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue, so a big thank you to all competitors. Well done to the winners, and thanks to the judges.”

Pedigree classes: Any Variety Puppy - Lollipop - Debbie Drye; any Variety Hound or Gundog - Chaz - Carole McDonnell; any Variety Terrier or Toy - Chanel - C Lindley; any Variety Working, Utility or Pastoral - Rio - S McKinnon; any Variety Open - Chanel - C Lindley; Best Pedigree - Chaz - Carole McDonnell (a Whippet from Hindley, Wigan); Reserve Best Pedigree - Chanel - C Lindley (a Cavalier King Charles from Oldham); Junior Handling - Bracken - M Ousley; Adult Handling - Chaz - C McDonnell

Novelty Classes: Golden Oldies (over 7yrs) - Sam - William Day; Cutest Pupster - Maddie - Kalen Wood; Pretty Bitch - Misty Blue - Anne Dobson; Handsome Dog - Franklin - Penny Price; Waggiest Tail - Molley - John Saxon; Best Trick - Henry Arthur Wiggins - Emma Finnegan; Dog and Owner Most Alike - Archie - Karen Dooris; Friendliest Dog - Pepper Pot Robins - S J Robins; Fancy Dress - Daisy - Liz Copley; Best Rescue/Rehome - Bella - Phill Thomas; Best Condition - Ted - M Ousley; Most Appealing Eyes - Nell - Laura Ashton; Dog the judge would most like to take home - Bella - Phill Thomas; Best Novelty - Molley - John Saxon (from Norden); Reserve Best Novelty - Sam - William Day (from Todmorden).