Sophie Mendoza, 2, watches the contests with her dogs Tinkerbell and Max (left) at Barktoberfest on Sunday in Durham Central Park. Hundreds of dog lovers and their pets gathered at the event held by Durham Parks and Recreation and Beyond Fences (formerly the Coalition to Unchain Dogs).
Sophie Mendoza, 2, watches the contests with her dogs Tinkerbell and Max (left) at Barktoberfest on Sunday in Durham Central Park. Hundreds of dog lovers and their pets gathered at the event held by Durham Parks and Recreation and Beyond Fences (formerly the Coalition to Unchain Dogs). Mark Schultz mschultz@heraldsun.com
Sophie Mendoza, 2, watches the contests with her dogs Tinkerbell and Max (left) at Barktoberfest on Sunday in Durham Central Park. Hundreds of dog lovers and their pets gathered at the event held by Durham Parks and Recreation and Beyond Fences (formerly the Coalition to Unchain Dogs). Mark Schultz mschultz@heraldsun.com

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