Hundreds of dogs across Hertfordshire were in attendance for Radlett’s biggest dog show over the weekend.

The show, run by Paw for Thoughts, saw dog owners from all over the county bring some of the cutest dogs and puppies to Battlers Green Farm on Sunday (September 1).

Dogs were treated to several activities throughout the day such as hurdle jumping and even had the chance to win several competitions.

Danielle Agar, who is the events manager at Paws for Thought, felt the day had gone to plan and was a success.

She said: “I love organising events like these and I get very excited for them.

“I feel today it has been a really good turnout and overall I feel today has been a really good day.”

Antony Naylor, 47, from Bushey, saw his Bulldog Dave win the Mr Radlett competition after making to the final with four other dogs.

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Antony Naylor's dog Dave won the Mr Radlett competition

He said: “We entered Dave for fun really and he managed to win!

“It’s a great turnout and I can’t believe how many people are here, the stalls are great and it is a really good atmosphere.”

This year the event was held in support of Street Vet, who deliver free care to homeless people and their dogs throughout the UK.

Jade Statt, the founder of Street Vet, said: “I am absolutely delighted that we have been chosen by Radlett Dog Show this year.

“Our aim is to reduce the stigma of homeless people with dogs on the street.”

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Dogs raced over hurdles at the event

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Dogs at Radlett dog show