FOUR-LEGGED fun came to Huddersfield's Greenhead Park yesterday.
The ever-popular RSPCA dog show saw 160 pets from around the north of England compete for a range of coveted titles - including that of Fastest Dog Biscuit Eater.
Along with the usual obedience categories, prizes were also awarded for the Most Appealing Eyes and Maddest Mutt.
The annual event is organised by the RSPCA's Huddersfield branch and gives owners of all types of breeds the chance to take part.
As well as the usual pedigree competitions, there were the more relaxed contests and categories.
Springers Agility and Fly ball Club took the pooches through their paces with some seriously frenetic activities.
RSPCA volunteer Janet Walter is show secretary. She said: "We are really trying to do something for everybody and for pedigrees and cross-breeds."
Three rings held a number of events in the Victorian park.
Sam, from Middlesbrough, won his way through to the RSPCA's Dog of the Year Show in Shrewsbury in September.
His proud owner, Chris Wall, 46, rescued Sam when he was just six months old.
Sam had been badly mistreated by his previous owners.
He is now five and is a happy, outgoing pooch.
"He's just unbelievable," said Chris. "And he loves kids.
"He'll take the most aggressive dog and bring it round to his way of thinking. There's not a bad bone in his body."
In addition to having fun, canines could also be micro-chipped and receive a free dental check by vets from Donaldson and partners.