Party-going pooches enjoy a proper Christmas ‘bone-us’!

March Dog Training Club presents �1,200 to the east Anglia Air Ambulance
March Dog Training Club presents �1,200 to the east Anglia Air Ambulance
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It was party time for pooches when March Dog Training Club held its annual Christmas party.

The evening started with a fancy dress competition which was judged by Katie Knight of Amical Veterinary Surgery.

Winners at the March Dog Training Club Christmas party

Winners at the March Dog Training Club Christmas party

It was won by Haylie Mason and Franklin, with Jane Perry and Rosie in second place, followed by Jane Lake and Carly in third.

The party-goers were joined by a representative from the East Anglian Air Ambulance who received a cheque from the club for £1,200 which was raised by club members at a sponsored walk in October.

An evening of fun and games followed with a break for food and the presentation of trophies. The top award was won by Christine Kaye with her dog Albi.

March Dog Training Club offers training at all levels, from puppy socialising to basic obedience and then through to more advanced work.

One of the fancy dress dogs at the March Dog Training Club Christmas party

One of the fancy dress dogs at the March Dog Training Club Christmas party

It meets at the Community Centre in Station Road, March, every Wednesday evening. Further details are available from Janet and Tony on 01945 461058 or Pat on 01354 6565825.

A fancy dress party-goer at March Dog Training Club's Christmas party

A fancy dress party-goer at March Dog Training Club's Christmas party

March Dog Training Club's Christmas party

March Dog Training Club's Christmas party

Albi and Christine Kaye receive their prize

Albi and Christine Kaye receive their prize