Broadwater Dog Show and Market raises £3,050 13th September This year’s Broadwater Dog Show and Market raised an impressive £3,050.52 for Guild Care. The event, sponsored by Paws Training, was a massive success. The sun shone down on Broadwater Green, setting the scene perfectly for hundreds of dogs and their owners to enjoy the panoply of canine based stalls and competitions on offer. There were a variety of well contested show categories, including ‘Prettiest Girl’, ‘Best Puppy’, and ‘Best Rescue’. The winner of the day’s most prestigious prize, ‘Best in Show', was Toastie the Chihuahua. Impressively, he was also the winner of the show’s ‘Musical Obedience’ challenge. Please see the bottom of the page for a full list of winners. Toastie the Chihuahua, winner of ‘Best in Show’. Photo courtesy of My Paw Print. Particularly exciting was the presence of Georgie the British Bulldog, the winner of our ‘Be the Face of Broadwater Dog Show and Market’ competition. Georgie was chosen from a huge pile of applicants to be the face of the event, appearing on all marketing materials in the lead-up to the day. Georgie the British Bulldog, the ‘Face of Broadwater Dog Show and Market’, completes the Tables of Temptation challenge with flying colours. Guild Care would like to thank Paws Training, The Mayor of Worthing who opened the event, all of the stall holders who made up the market, and everyone else who pitched in to make the event such a success. The money raised will be put towards our services. Guild Care runs three care homes and over 30 community services helping over 3,000 people each year aged from 5 to 105 in Worthing and its surrounding areas. Category winners Best In Show: Toastie the Chihuahua Best Crossbreed: Coco the German Pointer Cross Fancy Dress: Archie the Staffy as a police dog Distance Treat Catch: Jessie the Lab Cross Musical Obedience: Toastie the Chihuahua Prettiest Girl: Fifi the Greek Cross Handsome Boy: Jake the Pointer Cross Junior Handler: Fuzzy the Labradoodle Best Puppy: Bonnie the French Bull Dog Veteran: Stanley the Whippet Best Rescue: Thomas the Chihuahua Cross Dogs in the arena. The Mayor and Mayoress of Worthing with a dog mascot. A pack on canine hopefuls fill up the arena ahead of a category judgment.