Charleston's best in show: Annual dog show returns

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The Charleston Dog Show will welcome all dogs to compete in this free 6th annual competition for Charleston's best in show on May 2 in Marion Square.

There are 15 different classes your dog can compete in like: Sporting Dog, Toy Dog, Heinz 57, Children’s Handling, Puppy, Senior, Costume and Trick classes

Here are the requirements for canine entries from an emailed press release:
Entry fees are $10.00 per dog per class and participants can enter up to 10 minutes prior to each class. Registration begins at 8am, and the show begins at 8:30am. CGC (Canine Good Testing) testing will be available for $20 per dog from 9am-12pm and Agility Trials and Obedience Demonstrations will be available from 12:30pm-3pm.

So, whether you’re a spectator or you have a dog you think will be a good competitor you should definitely head over to the Charleston Dog Show. Plus, the Charleston Farmers Market will be in session on that day.

Want to know more? Check out their Web site and the full schedule.