Hundreds of pugs showed off their best party costumes this weekend to mark two years since the now infamous event started.
The annual Pugfest was marking its second birthday with a fabulous party.
Never one to miss out on a trend, for the first time, pug owners could pick up tiny Pokemon outfits for their pampered pooches.
The event was held at Action Petz in Tremorfa, Cardiff.
Britain’s Got Talent ’s mother and son duo, Mel and Jamie , from Bridgend, also made an appearance to sing Happy Birthday.
The two finalists also took their own pug, Frodo, to the celebrations.
Pugfest co-organiser, Martin Clowes, who works with his son, Rob, said: “It’s great that all these pugs are coming along to our second birthday party. We had a birthday theme going on and there were clowns, bouncy castles and food stalls.
“A lot of the pugs dressed up – some in party gear and there were some Pikachus as well.”
The day also included a number of competitions, from best pug and best cross to best dressed.
The pugs had to make their way through the heats until they reached the final round.
A doggy dash and the pass the parcel competitions were held, with owners and their pets both taking part.
Martin added: “It’s always amazing to see the pugs come here and have so much fun and also make such an effort with outfits. It’s a great atmosphere.”
On Saturday, Pugfest took part in the Pride Parade during Pride Cymru in Cardiff and the dogs, including Pugfest’s rescue dogs, dressed in rainbow costumes to join the parade.
Pugfest was set up by Rob Clowes in memory of his pug, Poppy.
Poppy had her own twitter account of more than 18,000 followers but she died shortly before the first Pugfest event two years ago.
The event raises money for various animal charities and trusts, including Jemima’s Place which rescues and rehomes unwanted and sick animals in Wales.