Furry family fun day a pawsome success

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Our fabulous family winners (Border Collies Badger and Kilo and Pugs Livvie and Minnie) with their two legged companions

There were Labradors in scarves, Pugs in dresses, cow dogs, Poodles, Chihuahuas in hats and many more fabulous pooches at our Dogs on Patrol event on the weekend.

About 100 dogs and their families came to Skippy Park for the event Saturday morning.

Dogs on Patrol is a initiative aimed at encouraging people to be aware of their surroundings while they are out walking their four legged friends, both for their own safety and to help be the eyes and ears of the community for police.

Dog walkers are ideally placed to notice changes in their neighbourhoods as they go about their routine and are encouraged to report any suspicious behaviour to police.

Thanks to everyone who came along and supported the event including our stall holders: Neighbourhood Watch, Crime Stoppers, Sunshine Coast Council, Sunshine Coast Animal Refuge, Koala rescue and Lions for their sausage sizzle.

Congratulations to all the prize winners and thanks also to everyone that came along and made it a fun morning.

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