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‘Best in Show’ contest part of Woof Down Lunch

United Animal Friends’ (UAF) is hosting Woof Down Lunch, a day of fun, food, and music, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 4, on the courthouse square. Last year Punky, pictured with “Dad” Greg D. of Prescott, took home a trophy for “Best Singer” in Best of Show contests.

United Animal Friends’ (UAF) is hosting Woof Down Lunch, a day of fun, food, and music, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 4, on the courthouse square. Last year Punky, pictured with “Dad” Greg D. of Prescott, took home a trophy for “Best Singer” in Best of Show contests.

You know your dog is the most talented canine in Yavapai County and now is your chance to show everyone. Dogs can compete to win a trophy in the “Best in Show Contest” at Woof Down Lunch Saturday, June 4, on the Courthouse Plaza in Prescott.

This year’s categories are Best Wiggle Butt, Best Costume, Best Dancer, Best Singer, Best Kisser, Best Ears, Best Trick, Happiest Dog, Best Owner Look-alike and Most Interesting Mix of Breeds. There is no fee to enter in up to three categories. The competitions begin at noon.

Best in Show is just one of many activities at Woof Down Lunch presented by United Animal Friends (UAF) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 4. Bring your pooch to enjoy a day of food, music, vendors, obedience and agility demonstrations, and other activities on the square. This is the eighth year that UAF is hosting the fun-filled fundraiser for pet lovers to enjoy. All proceeds from the event will help animals in need.

Woof Down Lunch is sponsored in part by UAF, Olsen’s for Healthy Animals, Whiskers Barkery, The Prescott Dog, Think4inc, Zeman-Mullen & Ford, LLP, Prescott Animal Hospital, Chino Valley Animal Hospital, Prescott Area Pet Emergency Hospital, The Flagstaff-Sedona Dog, Doggie Dude Ranch, run-a-muk, Laguna Clay Company and Marjon Ceramics.

All dogs must be up-to-date on vaccinations and must be on leash. For their safety, young dogs should have completed all of their puppy vaccinations.

For more information, call 928-778-2924 or visit www.UnitedAnimalFriends.org.