Wally the basset hound sang God Bless America as a part of the competition for the Wackiest Trick.
Sarah Grogan and her 4 month old pup Cade were awarded third place in the Fastest Tail Wag competition.
Al Erikson, Why Dogs Fly, worked with Fred to demonstrate Fred’s Frisbee skills. Fred also surfs and was featured as a participant on the dog surfing float in the Tournament of Roses Parade this past January.
Why Dogs Fly’s Pat Erikson and Abby demonstrate their impressive Frisbee skills.
Della, a 13 week old English bull dog, meets Bijou, an 8 month old pup. The dogs at the Bark in the Park event had many opportunities to meet other dogs and make new friends.
Best of Show goes to Brittany Norris and her dog Kilo, a low content wolf dog and Siberian husky mix. They also won first place in the Most Handsome Male contest earlier in the day.
Briana and Samatha Legaspi view the many raffle and silent auction items available as a part of the fund raising effort for the Live Oak Dog Park.
Adriana Cappellino and her golden retriever, Gracie, demonstrated their dancing skills during the Wackiest Trick competition.
First place in the Prettiest Female contest was given to Lindsey, a golden retriever and collie mix that was rescued as a pup by John and Rita Pappas.
The judges for all of the contests at the Bark in the Park event were, from left, Mindy Deremo, Melinda Stone and Becki Yeomans.
The Nunez family, Anthony, Vanessa, Allie and Micah, gather for a family photo with their pup, Koa. Koa was the first place winner in the Cutest Puppy contest.
Allie and Micah Nunez pose with their puppy, Koa. Koa was the first place winner in the Cutest Puppy contest.
Sage Yoga Studio was one of the many vendors present at the Bark in the Park event. Studio employee, Sabrina Young, helps Braylen Beal enjoy the fabric swing used to swing but also used to do other moves such as hanging upside down.
Goodie bags were given to the participants in the dog walk around Live Oak Park. The bags contains special treats for both owners and their dogs. Items included water bottles, stuffed toys and many other fun things.
Ready to go – Participants line up for a group photo at the start of the dog walk around Live Oak Park.
Kevin Shanahan discusses the schedule of events for the Bark in the Park with his dog Dakota.
April Pellicore and her girl, Wednesday, pose for a photo as they leave the registration area. They are both ready for a great day at the Bark in the Park event.