Brigade Days pet show results

Ben Neufeld of Hope wins award for most unusual pet

Ben Neufeld started the show off to a slithery start with a boa constrictor and a baby ball python.

He gave a short talk on this interesting hobby of having snakes as pets and won the most unusual pet award.

 

Longest tail:

1st – Wyatt Smith – Waylon

2nd – Caitlin Kimber – Lacey

3rd – Jessica Henderson – Lily

3rd – Andrea Smith – Chubbins

Shortest tail:

1st – Conner Hidalgo – Victoria

2nd – Andrea Smith – Max

 

Largest dog:

1st – Wyatt Smith – Waylon

2nd – Conner Hidalgo – Victoria

3rd – Caitlin Kimber – Lacey

 

Smallest dog:

1st – Andrea Smith – Max and Chubbins

2nd – Jessica Henderson – Lily

3rd – Caitlin Kimber – Lacey

Most colours:

1st – Caitlin Kimber – Lacey

1st – Andrea Smith – Max and Chubbins

2nd – Conner Hidalgo – Victoria

2nd – Wyatt Smith – Waylon

 

Most tricks:

1st – Conner Hidalgo – Victoria

2nd – Wyatt Smith – Waylon

2nd – Andrea Smith – Max

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