01:30PM, Monday 26 September 2016
An array of pooches came to the Ye Olde Red Lion pub in Oakley Green Road yesterday for a charity dog show.
The Dogs Nobody Wants Sanctuary, based in Duke Place, Slough, organised the event as a way to raise money for the home, which shelters and rehabilitates abandoned, abused and disabled dogs.
Between £700 and £800 is thought to have been raised from the day.
Dogs were entered into several competition categories.
Dogs strutted their stuff, competing against each other for a variety of titles including cutest pup, waggiest tail, golden oldie and most handsome dog.
Money was also raised for the shelter with a raffle, stalls, face painting and a bouncy castle.
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