See how fast your pooch is

Some owners with their entries are Marion Aitken, Jacob Lear (11), Teresa Smith, Sharon MacBeth, Gary Carter, Gloria Davidson and Kylie Fielden. Picture: Elle Borgward www.communitypix.com.au d421798
Some owners with their entries are Marion Aitken, Jacob Lear (11), Teresa Smith, Sharon MacBeth, Gary Carter, Gloria Davidson and Kylie Fielden. Picture: Elle Borgward www.communitypix.com.au d421798

Dogs of all shapes and sizes are welcome to take part in a fun race and other competitions in Naval Base this Sunday as part of a fundraiser for K9 Rescue Mandurah, Lure Courses Anonymous Bunbury and Everything Beagles Rescue WA.

The race will time each dog down a sprint track chasing a lure with each dog’s best two times recorded to go into the national competition run by Australian Lure Coursing Association.

Organisers said no training is necessary, any breed can enter and there is even a trophy for the slowest dog of the day.

Other activities include ‘The Fastest Vacuum’, a competition to find the dog that can find hidden treats the quickest plus a dog and owner lookalike competition.

A sausage sizzle and dog portrait and sport photographer will also be available on the day.

Have you got the fastest dog in Australia? Competition is at the Alcoa Social Club, 19 Hope Valley Road, Naval Base, on Sunday June 29, 10am to 3pm.

Entry is $10 for a single dog or $15 for two dogs.

Call 0424 605 376 for more information.