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Oodles of poodles at the Victoria Park Dog Show 2019 [GALLERY]

The Victoria Park Dog Show is the place to be seen in East London, if you’re a dog. Every year pampered pooches rub shoulders with no-nonsense bulldog types, and it all winds up being rather pleasant.

We strolled up this year with honorary Roman Road LDN mascot Rita the dachshund to experience Vicky Park at its doggiest. Plenty of old friends were there – Cheeky Cockney Chris Kimberly and his Shih Tzu Skye and Ryan Hodge of Woof Portraits among them.

All basked in the late summer sun and good vibes of the day. This photo gallery by Tabitha Stapely captures the event in full swing.

Dog in a pram at the Victoria Park Dog Show
White poodle at the Victoria Park Dog Show
Dogs and their owners resting at the Victoria Park Dog Show
Dog wearing pink dress at the Victoria Park Dog Show
Happy dog at the Victoria Park Dog Show
Two dogs wearing Union Jack bandanas at the Victoria Park Dog Show
Cheeky Cockney Chris Kimberley at the Victoria Park Dog Show
Dog at the Victoria Park Dog Show
Man with three dogs at the Victoria Park Dog Show
Dog laying down at the Victoria Park Dog Show
Speaker during the Victoria Park Dog Show
Woman holding dog at the Victoria Park Dog Show
Dog at the Victoria Park Dog Show

If you enjoyed this gallery you may like reading about local animal osteopath Julia Empey

 


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Frederick O'Brien

Fred is a writer and researcher with a background in community development. His research has featured in The Independent, the Evening Standard, and the New York Post, among others.

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