THINK your pup's got the waggiest tail? Certain that your canine can catch like no other? Perhaps your pooch has the best trick around?

Now is your chance to prove it at the Pembroke Pageant, a dog show in aid of Guide Dogs Cymru.

Get your four-legged friend and head to Pembroke for a charity dog show on Saturday, June 16, starting at 10am on the Common.

The Mayor of Pembroke, who is hosting the event, said: "In my inaugural year as Mayor of Pembroke I would like to celebrate the breed of Welsh Corgi that proudly shares the historic name of our county with a companion dog show.

"I first met several Corgi owners at Pembroke Castle last year in the grounds bravely conducting their agility event in the pouring rain.

"It gave me the idea to invite them all back and help raise some money for charity on behalf of Guide Dogs Cymru. We have nine 'novelty' classes for our official judges and the first to take part will be the Welsh Pembroke Corgis.

"They will then be followed by all breeds so that more of the dog owners in our community can have a chance to take part."

Rosettes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th places in all classes and there are no monetary prizes.

This is a fun day for all the family and we hope that you will support us in our charity fundraising effort.

For further details contact Linda Brown at or call 07747 774759.