Despite the wild weather, dogs and their owners enjoyed a fabulous day out at Nata Oval, Narooma on Saturday, May 11.
The Narooma Dog Training Club, branch of the Animal Welfare League (AWL), hosted the event which saw 55 dogs register and over 100 people attend.
"It was a lovely turnout despite the horrible weather; it was blowing a gale," branch secretary Carol Helmers said.
"Dogs from everywhere came to meet other dogs - it was a great socialising event.
"Considering the number of dogs there, they were all extremely well behaved," she said.
Branch president Steve Jenner was emcee for the day; jam-packed with activities and dog training tips.
AWL CEO Mark Slater presented the best dressed prize to Wayne and Missy in her amazing lion costume.
Representatives from the Eurobodalla Shire Council set up a stall and greeted the community with stacks of information.
There was a coffee van, market stall and cakes which were sold on the day. Proceeds went towards the AWL.
"It is our one special event for the year with all of the money raised on the day put towards the Animal Welfare League," Ms Helmers said.