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Eglin goes to the "dogs" at weekend pet show

A white dog was all smiles (despite the black eyes) during the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22.  The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall.  Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale.  96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand.  The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.)  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A white dog was all smiles (despite the black eyes) during the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22. The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall. Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale. 96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand. The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.) (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

An attendee carries his two furry friends around at the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22.  The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall.  Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale.  96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand.  The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.)  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

An attendee carries his two furry friends around at the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22. The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall. Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale. 96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand. The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.) (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A cat from the pet welfare center looks for a way out of the cage during the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22.  The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall.  Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale.  96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand.  The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.)  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A cat from the pet welfare center looks for a way out of the cage during the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22. The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall. Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale. 96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand. The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.) (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A puppy looks for some love her master during the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22.  The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall.  Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale.  96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand.  The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.)  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A puppy looks for some love her master during the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22. The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall. Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale. 96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand. The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.) (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A black and white Great Dane stood above all other pets at the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22.  The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall.  Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale.  96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand.  The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.)  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A black and white Great Dane stood above all other pets at the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22. The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall. Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale. 96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand. The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.) (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Two puppies from the Pet Welfare Center wait to be adopted during the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22.  The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall.  Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale.  96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand.  The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.)  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Two puppies from the Pet Welfare Center wait to be adopted during the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22. The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall. Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale. 96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand. The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.) (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A Blood Hound found a shady spot to lie down during the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22.  The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall.  Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale.  96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand.  The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.)  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A Blood Hound found a shady spot to lie down during the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22. The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall. Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale. 96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand. The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.) (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A puppy with a broken paw looks around the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 21.  The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall.  Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale.  96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand.  The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.)  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A puppy with a broken paw looks around the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 21. The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall. Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale. 96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand. The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.) (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A Shih Tzu prances down the walkway at the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22.  The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall.  Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale.  96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand.  The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.)  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A Shih Tzu prances down the walkway at the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22. The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall. Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale. 96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand. The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.) (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A dog owner shops for doggie clothing while holding her pet at the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22.  The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall.  Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale.  96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand.  The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.)  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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A dog owner shops for doggie clothing while holding her pet at the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22. The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall. Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale. 96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand. The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.) (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A “winged” Husky puppy takes a break during the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22.  The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall.  Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale.  96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand.  The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.)  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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A “winged” Husky puppy takes a break during the Eglin Air Force Base Pet Show May 22. The pet show was dominated by canines this year with dogs of all sizes populating the sidewalks in front of the Enlisted Hall. Pet Welfare had animals available for adoption and vendors had pet clothes and scarves available for sale. 96th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs were also on hand. The winners were “Bear," (Best trick), “Bella” (Best costume), "Scruffy," (Most Unique) and "Ripley," (Best in show.) (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)