CLEVER CANINES COMPETE IN CLALLAM CONTEST

Cindy Mildbrand of Soldotna, Alaska, shouts instructions to her golden retriever “Tanker”‘ as they go through the agility trial course at a field south of Carrie Blake Park in Sequim on Sunday. More than 350 entries competed in the two-day American Kennel Club event that matched some of the top dogs in the Northwest, British Columbia and Alaska. The event is sponsored by the Hurricane Ridge Kennel Club in Clallam County.–Photo by Tom Thompson/Peninsula Daily News

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