Local Dog Lovers Return to 5th Annual Be Mine Dog Show for Competition, Camaraderie

These are some of the participants in the Be Mine Dog Show. There were many categories for dogs to win and people enjoyed spending time with fellow dog owners at the Hollywoof Dog Park.

Dog lovers got together to participate in the annual Be Mine Dog Show at the Stan Goldman “Hollywoof” Dog Park on Feb. 8.

The event raised funds for the Hollywood Council of Civic Association’s Pete Brewer Scholarship Fund. The scholarship program was started by the HCCA in 2015 to honor Brewer, a founding HCCA member, a community activist and an advocate for high quality public education.

Be Mine Dog Show offers fun community event
Marcelous Morgan and Franco Rodriguez. They are members of the Hollywood Youth Ambassadors. They are pictured with Hollywood Commissioner Traci Callari. They sold hotdogs at the Be Mine Dog Show. The Hollywood Youth Ambassadors will travel to Tallahassee to meet with state representatives.

The event was a perfect opportunity for dogs and dog lovers to get together for a fun social event and competition. The categories in the competition included:

  • longest tail,
  • most obedient,
  • best costume,
  • most distinctive bark,
  • best kisser.

Gia whose owner is Betsy Alvarez won the most obedient category and gave the judges a special impromptu finale performance to the delight of all.

Be Mine Dog Show offers fun community event
Wanda Hill, with her dog Mya, at the Be Mine Dog Show.
Be Mine Dog Show offers fun community event
Pati Dane, director of Dalmation Rescue, at the Be Mine Dog Show.

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Amanda Jones specializes in social media marketing. She holds a Master's degree in Social Media Management from the University of Florida and a Social Media Professional Certificate from the University of Miami.


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