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Pups Turn Tricks for Treats

With three dogs decked out in black and white jumpsuits (a.k.a. pupsuits), a popular costume at last Saturday’s Adams Hill Neighborhood Association’s Dog Costume Contest & Parade was prison inmate. Bruno and Jacks (back) were charged with crimes such as “stealing your heart” and “eating this sign,” yet managed to earn the title of “Best Behaved” with their sweet demeanors. Kirby (front) proudly accepted the title of “Mr. Macho”

Community members and their furry friends went all out at the Adams Hill Neighborhood Association’s 7th annual Dog Costume Contest & Parade at Adams Square Mini Park this past Saturday.
More than a dozen dazzling contestants strutted their stuff throughout the park to compete for the coveted titles of scariest dog, cutest dog, funniest dog, most original dog, Mr. Macho dog and more.
Assemblywoman Laura Friedman announced the winning pups following careful deliberations by the judges.
State Sen. Anthony Portantino had the privilege of meeting Spooky, the dog who earned the title of “most original” at the contest. Spooky’s owner, Kirsten Bladh, proudly wheeled Spooky all throughout the Adams Square Mini Park, “spooking” the competition with her elaborate presentation.

Emory (left), who took home of the title of “scariest” dog with her “Chucky” costume, is shown cozying up to Basil before the competition began.
Jacks, who dressed up as a cow, nervously waited for his turn to show the judges his catwalk.

First published in the November 4 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.

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