A four-day dog focused event in the Staffordshire Moorlands has been hailed as a success.
Sibes and Sled Dogs Husky Welfare, from Lancashire, have held their annual 'Huskyfest' meet at Hales Hall Caravan Park in Cheadle.
The community event has been hailed a "huge success" by the organisers and, although the aim of the event was not a fund-raiser, around £1,000 was raised for the rescue organisation.
The fun began on Thursday, June 26, and continued right through to Sunday, creating a long and enjoyable canine focused weekend.
With around 150 people and 120 dogs attending at some points, the event was a extremely enjoyable with games for both adults, children and running for the dogs. Also there was music, a hog roast, barbecue and many other activities.
John Duxbury from the Sibes and Sled Husky Welfare said: "It was an absolutely tremendous event and I would like to thank the people of Cheadle for their hospitality.
"This meet was undoubtedly a success and the same location has been booked again in order to repeat the event this coming September."