Dogs enjoyed leaping over jumps during a fun agility course.
Coldham Residents Action Group welcomed more than 200 people during the popular weekend.
People had travelled from as far afield as Derbyshire to support the event.
Tish Agility loaned the equipment. Agility judges were Gareth Jones, Tracey Day, Rebecca Membery, Tony Ryman and Stuart Hillyeard.
Pet owners entered a total of 70 dogs.
Judy Sebert had the difficult task of judging the 20 classes with help from steward Janet Wellfare.
The best in show title went to a dog called Mr Bates, who is owned by A Steed; while Harvey, owned by Paul Smith, took the reserve title.
The event raised £1,473 before deductions.
Kay Wells, who is a member of the residents action group, said: “We are really pleased with how it went. It was well attended.”