pooches of all shapes and sizes are pawfecting the art poise in Leeds this weekend.
The grounds of stately home Harewood House are being taken over for dogs and their owners as they compete to be named best in show.
The Leeds Championship Dog Show, which is the country’s largest outdoor dog show, returns for its 36th year.
The first Leeds show was held in 1951 at Roundhay Park.
The canine showcasey is set to run throughout the weekend.
There is a charge of £5 per car for the Dog Show.
Visitors can enter the show free of charge, although due to Kennel Club rules, there is a £10 charge per spectator dogs.