Canines set to show their pedigree
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A competitor at the 2009 Windsor Championship Dog Show takes on the obstacle course
DOG lovers are in for a real treat as thousands of man's best friends take part in an annual dog show.
The Windsor Championship Dog Show will see nearly 9,000 dogs taking part with 160 pedigree breeds competing at the show at Home Park in King Edward VII Avenue.
The four day show kicks off on Thursday, June 28th with the seven categories of dog judged throughout the weekend, whittling down the field to seven group winners to compete for the ultimate 'Best in Show' prize
Irene Terry, secretary of Windsor Dog Show Society, said: "Windsor Championship Dog Show is a very popular summer show, with people coming from all over the country to compete."
The show will provide visitors an opportunity so see rare breeds of dogs in the flesh with 23 of the 29 most vulnerable dogs in the UK represented over the course of the show.
Entry to the show is £5 and visitors will have to pay for parking. For more information visit http://www.windsordogshow.org.uk/
This article appeared in Royal Borough Observer 25 Jun 12