By: Mike Springer
February 23, 2013
Tallahassee, FL - Pooches of all shapes and breeds made their way to the North Florida Fairgrounds Saturday.
The dogs are competing in the annual Name that Cluster, Cluster.
The four day event sees more than 800 hounds in competition.
The dogs compete for the title of 'Best in Show' and are organized into groups by breeds and characteristics.
Organizers say the show is a big boost for the local economy.
"It has a tremendous economic impact on the County, because over a four-day weekend we bring in over $750,000 to the community from our visitors from all over the United States," said Leah James, Cluster Co-Chair.
The last day of the show is Sunday.
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