Sharne Quinn (Brisbane) and Rachel Bradley (Redditch, UK), show off their Nova Scotia duck tolling retrievers prior to Saturday’s dog show at Coffs Harbour Showground.
Sharne Quinn (Brisbane) and Rachel Bradley (Redditch, UK), show off their Nova Scotia duck tolling retrievers prior to Saturday’s dog show at Coffs Harbour Showground. Rob Wright

Festival of Canine on in Coffs

CHAMPION Benitsuhime Av Enerhaugen, a short-haired lady all the way from Norway, has set up camp in Coffs Harbour this weekend for the Festival of Canine.

The Norwegian native, affectionately known as Mitsu, now resides on the Sunshine Coast with her owners, Alan and Joyce Craze. The small dog and her owners were not phased by the mud at the showground yesterday morning as they prepared for this weekend’s events.

“The preparation for this event has been really well done,” Mrs Craze said.

Showing will continue today and tomorrow at the Coffs Harbour Showground.



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