A show is being held next month which is offering prizes for Prettiest Bitch, Best of the Bullies and Best Veteran.
But don’t worry, this is not the most unpolitically correct event ever – it is actually a dog show.
More than 3,000 people and hundreds of dogs have attended the show in previous years, and organisers are hoping for another good turnout this year.
It is held by Yorkshire Rose Dog Rescue, and will be on Sunday, September 25, at Oakwell Hall Country Park in Nutter Lane Birstall, from 11am.
The Doggie Fancy Dress class is usually very popular, according to the Dog Rescue team, and that competition will take place at noon.
Among the other classes are Dog with the Waggiest Tail, Cutest Puppy (under 12 months), Best Rescue, Best Pedigree, Best Crossbreed and Most Handsome Dog.
There is also a prize for Junior handler (14 years and under) who can demonstrate control of their dog with basic obedience skills such as ‘sit’, ‘down’ and ‘walk to heel’.
A Free Entry Class is held for any dog which hasn’t won a rosette all day. The winner is the dog the judge would most like to take home.
Free microchipping will be offered between 11am and 3pm.
Other highlights are stalls, a bouncy castle and dog games.
All money raised at the event will go to Yorkshire Rose Dog Rescue.