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Special to the Reading Eagle: Jeff Doelp | Halloween Barkfest 2017 was held Saturday afternoon at the Villages of Spring Ridge and Oak Hill.Special to the Reading Eagle: Jeff Doelp Special to the Reading Eagle: Jeff Doelp | Halloween Barkfest 2017 was held Saturday afternoon at the Villages of Spring Ridge and Oak Hill.Special to the Reading Eagle: Jeff Doelp Special to the Reading Eagle: Jeff Doelp | Bad dog, Honey, a 10 year old Chihuahua, is in the temporary custody of his owner, Merl Zodel, Spring Ridge. Halloween Barkfest 2017 was held Saturday afternoon at the Villages of Spring Ridge and Oak Hill.Special to the Reading Eagle: Jeff Doelp Special to the Reading Eagle: Jeff Doelp | Winner of "most original" is Fiona, a 2 year old Affenpinscher, peeking out of the "Fiona in a Box." Halloween Barkfest 2017 was held Saturday afternoon at the Villages of Spring Ridge and Oak Hill.Special to the Reading Eagle: Jeff Doelp Special to the Reading Eagle: Jeff Doelp | Allyson Shuttleworth, 5, from Bern Township, proudly holds Boomer, a 4 month old Miniature Poodle. Halloween Barkfest 2017 was held Saturday afternoon at the Villages of Spring Ridge and Oak Hill.Special to the Reading Eagle: Jeff Doelp Special to the Reading Eagle: Jeff Doelp | Halloween Barkfest 2017 was held Saturday afternoon at the Villages of Spring Ridge and Oak Hill.Special to the Reading Eagle: Jeff Doelp Dogs don Halloween costumes for annual Barkfest Pet Parade (VIDEO) Two neighborhoods in Spring Township joined to host the eighth annual Halloween Barkfest Pet Parade and Costume Party. The villages of Spring Ridge and Oak Hill presented a musical, fun-filled Saturday afternoon on the lawn along Village Drive for dozens of dog lovers. "There's an awful lot of dogs that live here in Spring Ridge," said resident Sue Plunkett. Plunkett and other residents Diane Hill and Jen Snyder planned the event for pet owners from all over the area to come with their dogs dressed in a variety of costumes to compete for the best costume award. Cindy Smith - co-owner of Tails A Waggin', a pet grooming business at 2321 Penn Ave. in Spring - donated prizes and her staff assisted with the sound system. Jim Bonner of Sinking Spring was the emcee for the judging portion of the parade, which he has done for the past several years. Staff from the nearby Wyomissing Animal Hospital judged the costume contest where anti bark again, as in other years, there were 30 to 40 dogs in the running.





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