The hounds had their day Friday through Sunday at the Clackamas County Event Center during the annual Clackamas Kennel Club's All Breed Dog Show

Judah, a 3-year-old, 250-pound plus English mastiff, takes in the activity at the Clackamas County Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show. He is owned by Laura Olsen, of Sandy.
Just about every level of cute and adorable was on display this weekend at the Clackamas County Event Center as more than 1,800 dog entries, covering more breeds than most people know exist, strutted their stuff in various competitions during the Clackamas Kennel Club’s All Breed Dog Show. Contestants came from all over the west to participate in what has become known as one of the biggest all breed shows. Last year’s show, which drew 2,000 entries, was the largest in the country.

Photos by Ray HugheyJ.R. Stoltenberg, of Tualatin, runs a comb through the silky coat of her 3-year old Yorkshire terrier, Ch. So Sweet Luv Ty De Laurent.

French bulldog puppies Jameson and Dublin, owned by Shirley Stephenson, of Eugene, check out a visitor to their pen at the Clackamas County Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show.A pair of Shetland Sheepdogs get gussied up for the show ring.Ava Linton, 6, strokes the coat of Riley, a 1-year old Keeshond, as they await judging in the best of breed competition. She has been showing dogs since she was 3. Her parents are Amy and Andy Linton, of Vancouver, Wash.Teagan Baggenstos, 3, coaxes a patient dachshund. Teagan is the daughter of Luke and Rowan Baggenstos, of Graham, Wash.This owner and his cocker spaniel talk things over before entering the ring.This winsome face belongs to a young pumi, a medium-size herding dog from Hungary.first imported to the U.S. in the 1990s.An owner exercises her trio of regal Salukis.

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