Tails aplenty at festival

Siblings Princess, front, and Jack the Australian Cattle Dog pups.
Siblings Princess, front, and Jack the Australian Cattle Dog pups. Brett Wortman

THEY came in all shapes and sizes to the Woofstock festival for dogs.

There were big ones and small ones; short ones and tall ones.

The noisy ones tried to outdo each other while the timid ones tried to find somewhere away from the commotion.

And with each of them was an owner who was certain their pooch stood head and shoulders above the others in the lovability stakes.

The flyboys from the RAAF Police Dogs sent the local girls' hearts aflutter, leaving the local boys with little choice but to show their style in events such as Waggiest Tail and Doggy Fashions on the Field.

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