Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website.
Time to read
less than
1 minute
Read so far

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 25TH ANNUAL PET PARADE

Posted in:
  • HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 25TH ANNUAL PET PARADE
  • HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 25TH ANNUAL PET PARADE
  • HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 25TH ANNUAL PET PARADE
  • HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 25TH ANNUAL PET PARADE
  • HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 25TH ANNUAL PET PARADE
  • HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 25TH ANNUAL PET PARADE
  • HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 25TH ANNUAL PET PARADE
  • HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 25TH ANNUAL PET PARADE

Rudolph and Santa’s Helpers were awarded first place in the “Best Storybook Character” category.

The Tiger King-themed costume won second place in Most Original Pet

Denver Mastin, recently retired from 14 years as a service dog, won second place in Most Talented.

Karen Cole’s bulldog, Goonie, won most patriotic.

Taz Sandidge, a Red Heeler, won top prize in Most Talented.

Daisy, a Shetland Sheepdog, and Halo, a Malta-Friche, came to the parade dressed as “essential workers.” They won third place in Most Original Pet.

Jolene the chow chow was dressed as Annie Oakley, winning her top prize in Most Creative.

Bug the pug took first place in the best of the west category.