IN PICTURES: Bark in the Park returns to Hawick

Dozens of dogs strutted their stuff in Hawick on Friday when Bark in the Park returned to Wilton Lodge Park.

Monday, 8th July 2019, 5:17 pm
Marley and Rylee Domingo, with Braedyn and Hudson McLeod and Pixie the dog at Bark in the Park.

The annual family and dog fun day, which aims to promote responsible dog ownership, boasted a variety of activities including a fun dog show, dog agility, stalls and a bouncy castle. Golden retriever Ollie, owned by Louise Williams from Melrose, was the big winner on the day after being named most handsome dog by judge Mimi Wimpenny and collecting the best in show prize.

Sarah Vella, Katherine Knight and Ciara Northern with Junior and Honey.
Rebecca Doherty with Trooper and Heather Rankin with Rocco.
Nicola Watson and Sophie Brown.
Kira Barry was showing at Wilton with her uncle Alastair Stirling and gained second in the Golden Oldies with one of her American cocker spaniels.
Mackenzie and Ewart Robinson with their staffy Taz.
Linda and Jay with their poochon won first in the puppy class.
Alfie, Charlie, Joey and Leeanne Stephenson with Markey from Jedburgh at Wilton Park
Emma Rome from Melrose with Kingsley at Wilton Park.
Emma Rome from Melrose puts Kingsley through his paces.
Pointer Archie with his proud owner.
Chloe and Stacey Aitken with their winning pointer Archie.
Kasia Knight at the agility course.
Karen Stevens putting Buddy through his paces at Wilton.
Ewen, Lucy and Carmen Robbie from Selkirk with Mack.
Louise Williams from Melrose with Ollie who was judged the most handsome dog.
Second place in the waggiest tail went to Sarah Vella and Kasia Knight.
Chloe and Ross Aitken with Abbie Adams and pointer Archie, who won the most waggiest tail.
Best in Show: First Louise Williams from Melrose, second Karen and Oliver Stevens from Jedburgh and third was Emma Law and Abbi Simmons, pictured with vet and judge Mimi Wimpenny,
Karen and Oliver Stevens won a prize with their labradoodle 'Buddy'.
Grant, Allana and Eilidh Blaikie were first in the Golden Oldie category with Marley the cocker spaniel, judged by Mimi Wimpenny of Greenside Vets.