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The BHA Dog Show Returns

May 19 | Montague Street Between Hicks And Henry

Attention dog owners and enthusiasts

Returning by popular demand, the BHA Dog Show is coming back to Montague Street! In addition to our friendly competition, Montague Open Streets will boast doggie pools, dog portrait artists, training and agility experts and treats from local businesses for a paw-fect afternoon in the neighborhood.


Dogs are a huge part of our wonderful Brooklyn Heights community and we can’t wait to spend a day celebrating them.

The BHA Dog Show is a show for all dogs residing in Brooklyn Heights, regardless of breed, size, or age. Please be sure that your dog is current on immunizations and license. All dogs must be on a leash. Don't have a pup? Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy the show!

We’ve got some fun categories for your pups to compete in this year – register for as many as you like. There is a 25 dog limit per category, so don't delay! Registration is $15 per category. All registration fees will be donated to Paws NY, a nonprofit organization providing services to vulnerable New Yorkers who need support caring for their pets due to physical and financial obstacles.

Register for the following categories:

Best Trick
Best Tail
Best Ears
Looks Most Like Owner
Most Adorable (up to 50 pounds)
Most Adorable (over 50 pounds)

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