Dogs with a talent for modelling are being sought for a fashion show at a family fun day organised by an independent veterinary group.

Lynn Spruce
Lynn Spruce with some of her doggy fashion designs.

Willows Veterinary Group will host its Pets in the Park event on 25 September at Kelsall Hill Equestrian Centre in Tarporley, Cheshire.

The day will be packed with activities, including the fashion show, organised by Lynn Spruce, owner of Mutzmacs,  a business specialising in canine clothing.

Model mutts

Lynn said: “I am aiming to stage three fashion shows during the day and it would be lovely to have dogs of different sizes and breeds take part.

“I don’t mind what type of dog they are. They all have star qualities, but the crucial thing is they need to be good with people and other dogs.”

Other attractions on the day include an exotic animals tent, ferret racing and pet-related stalls.


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