Levittown goes to the dogs for the 86th annual Huntingdon Valley Kennel Club Show

    Do you love puppies? Of course you do. Everyone loves puppies: cute little puppies with their furry little faces. They’re adorable. And today, these little ones will compete for ‘Best Puppy in Show’ during today’s 86th annual Huntingdon Valley Kennel Club Show.


    Technically, they’re not the only ones. There are 989 dogs entered in the show in 134 different breeds and varieties. Some will compete for awards in obedience and others for their skill.

    The event is being held outdoors and mainly under tents at the Middletown Grande Fairgrounds in Wrightstown, PA, from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. today, June 2.

    Levittown Patch is reporting that the cost of entry is just $3.

    Puppy judging will begin at 2 p.m. in ring three. Get there.

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