It was a “pawriffic” Halloween at Tom Brown Park Sunday. That's where dogs of all shapes and sizes showed off their scariest and silliest "hollow-wear" at the 17th Annual Dog-O-Ween.
Every pooch was judged on originality, creativity and stage presence. Organizers say every year the crowds and the array of costumes has gotten better and better.
Dog owner Veronica Peltier said, ”We did it last year, think it's great asking for donations. You get to see all dogs and meet other people, it's great!”
Our own Rob and Ann Nucatola were a few of the judges for this year's Dog-O-Ween. Proceeds from the day's event will benefit the Leon County Humane Society.
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