One of my intern duties is to go through the video archive and give context to all of the things in it. One of the videos is from the 18th Annual Paws on Parade.
The video from 2011 contained some good dogs on a very wet day in Bangor. For the sake of my sanity, I will only rank dogs that appear close up in the video. I have numbered dogs when multiple dogs appear for identification purposes.
Without further ado, here are all of the dogs.
This pup is one of the best, wanted his fifteen seconds of fame. Five years later, you’ve got it, pup. 15/10
Is this pup named Tom or Brady? 12/10
This pup is not happy to be caught in the rain. You can see the hurt in its eyes. 10/10
A very soggy doggy, very adorable. 13/10
Dog 1: This dog is probably slipping on the slick surface. 10/10
Dog 2: Dominating the camera, a veteran move. 11/10
Dog 3: A big dog. 10/10
Dog 25: Not impressed with the small dog, probably jealous that it has a cooler jacket. Couldn’t find it in plus size. 11/10
Dog 1/4: Fashionable jacket, scared of the big dog. 10/10
Dog 1: Barking at the yellow dog, very excited to be outside. 10/10
Dog 2: Well behaved while being barked at. 11/10
Dogs 1, 2 and 3: Very wet, really want to be under the tents. All 11/10
Dog 1: Just wants to be pals. 11/10
Dog 2: Not having any of Dog 1’s advances. 9/10
Dog 3: Second appearance, appears to be wearing a t-shirt and not a jacket. Still 11/10.
Dogs 1 and 2: Appear to be best buds. 12/10
Dog 3: Looks like he’s tired of walking. 11/10
Dog 1: A very big dog, chain collar is fierce. 11/10
Dog 2: A Schnauzer snout. 12/10
Dog 3: Second appearance, still looking haggard. Still 11/10.
Dog 4: Very alarmed by the person behind them. 11/10
Dog 1: Already wet, just laying on the ground because he’s done. 12/10
Dog 2: Staring blankly into the abyss. Wondering if he’s a good boy. He is. 13/10
Dog 3: Definitely saw something fun. 10/10
Dog 4: A small dog with small people. 11/10
A large husky, battled some tough medical problems. A very handsome boy. 15/10.
Very nice looking pup, happy to be outside. The star of the show. 12/10.
Info on Paws on Parade can be on the event’s website.