Dogs of all shapes, sizes and breeds went along with their owners to Sandringham at the weekend for the West Norfolk RSPCA’s annual sponsored walk.
Around 200 owners took part in the event on Sunday, many with dogs that had been re-homed from the charity’s centre at Eau Brink.
Some of the dogs with new homes had been taken into care at Eau Brink having been rescued from “death row” at other centres.
Another visitor on the day was Sox, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier who had a difficult start to life before getting a new loving home – and who found fame last year when a Norfolk Green bus was named after him.
Eau Brink manager Penny Skate said: “It was great to see so many dogs we have re-homed coming back to help us fundraise.”
She thanked everyone who took part in the walk, or who sponsored participants, as well as the Jollyes pet superstore in Lynn, who provided a doggy bag for every dog.