Bree, of South Whitehall, Named Lehigh Valley Top Dog
Bree, of South Whitehall Township, has been named the Top Dog of the Lehigh Valley. Can she best the rest in the final round?
Bree, who enjoys car rides and walking along railroad tracks near her home, has been the "loyal companion" of Brian Hite for six years.
According to Hite, Bree was a rescue and only has one eye, "but that doesn't stop her from checking out the squirrels and chipmunks!"
One of Bree's noteworthy contenders was Mazey May, the Top Dog of Southern Lehigh. She has earned the silver medal in the Lehigh Valley's Top Dog contest.
Although the beautiful Black Labrador recently passed away, her owner, known online as Slyfox, keeps her story alive. I would not be doing Mazey May justice by summarizing that story, so head on over to Upper Saucon Patch to read more.
Now, the question is: Can Bree best the rest in the final round?
The five regional winners will face off to become the Top Dog in Eastern Pennsylvania Patchland from July 23 to 27. Voting will again take place in the comments section of that article (which will be posted on July 23).
The winner will be announced July 30.
Read the full contest rules by clicking on the above PDF.