Lali the Mexican hairless named top dog at Beaufort Pet Parade

Nazario and Campbell Whyte and Elizabeth Marruffo with winning dog Lali.
Nazario and Campbell Whyte and Elizabeth Marruffo with winning dog Lali.

LALI the Mexican hairless dog was crowned winner of the Inglewood on Beaufort Pet Parade last Monday, just before the nearby Bunnings went up in flames.

The two-and-a-half-year-old dog’s owners Nazario and Campbell Whyte and Elizabeth Marruffo accepted the prize on behalf of their pooch.

About 15 dogs and a hen were entered in the show that was hosted by Inglewood on Beaufort patron Vince Garreffa and former House Rules contestant Carole Bramston.

Kelly Steele and Emma Donnnelly from My Kitchen Rules and Bedford-Dianella Vet Centre vet and former Amazing Race Australia contestant Sally Yamamoto-Smith judged the parade.

Geoff the hen owned by Matthew and Macie Martin won second prize and rescue Staffordshire Terrier cross Paddlepop came third.

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