I got one!

PHOTOS: Poochapalooza at Lewis Park Pool in Courtenay

Saturday, Aug. 31 marked the final day of the outdoor pool season in Courtenay.

In traditional fashion, the dogs were given their day, as Poochapalooza attracted fur friends of all sizes.

Record editor Terry Farrell was on hand to take some photos. Here are his favourites. Did your dog make our photo gallery?

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Here I come!

I like the orange one better.

Look what I found!

Mom? dad? Aren’t you coming in?

Buddy… the stairs would be easier. Just sayin’

My very own Woofy’s disc!

Look mom! I got ‘em both!

(Cue the theme music for Jaws)

I think I can. I think I can.

Hey! Can I join in?

I’d have more fun if you were in here with me, dad.

Hmmm… how can I get that ball without getting wet?

Last one in’s a rotten egg!

Wait for me!

What did you bring me?

Are you sure that’s your Woofy’s disc? It looks an awful lot like mine.

Woofy’s had treats for all four-legged visitors.

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