Dog Show

2014 Dog Show

We are thrilled to welcome back to DogFest emcee Daniel Handler (author and official representative of Lemony Snicket). Mr. Handler has the honor and privilege of guiding our amazing team of celebrity judges through DogFest obedience school.

2014 Everyday Dog Show Categories

11:30am Best Costume

11:50am Best Bark

12:10pm Best Trick

1:15pm Best Body Part (ears, tail, coat, etc.)

1:35pm Best Lap Dog

1:50pm Best Couple – dogs and guardians who look alike after all these years! (This is not a costume contest!)

2:10pm Most Openly Corrupt Best-In-Show**

**The Openly Corrupt Best-In-Show category is all in good fun with the goal of raising the most money possible for the school. The winners of each of the main categories (costume, bark, trick, etc.) and anyone who wants to buy their way in for $50 will be entered in the final contest of the day, the Openly Corrupt Best-In-Show contest. The audience will then vote for their favorite dog by putting donations into different buckets for the different dogs. At the end, the dog with the most donations will be crowned Best-In-Show. Simple, silly, and will hopefully raise a bunch of money for the kids.

2014 Everyday Dog Show celebrity judges:

Leah Garchik, San Francisco Chronicle columnist

Mac Barnett, author

Chris Cosentino, star local chef and winner of Top Chef Masters

Scott Wiener, District 8 Supervisor

London Breed, District 5 Supervisor

Ken Wayne, Weekend Anchor, KTVU Channel 2

Eric Rasmussen, Reporter, KTVU Channel 2

Charly Kayle, KOIT morning DJ

Michelle Sousa, Principal of McKinley Elementary School

Jean Micheli, Retired McKinley Elementary School teacher and 2010-2011 SFUSD Teacher of the Month

Deep, the guy at Sunday Streets with the big ghetto blaster on his bike

2014 Dog Show Registraion

Pre-registration is now closed, but you can easily sign up at the event. Please plan to arrive about 30 minutes before your desired category begins.