In photos: Okanagan residents celebrate #NationalPuppyDay

Pippin.
Franklin.
Harley.
Bruny and Baja.
Milly.
Tec and Chevy.
Brady.
Nola.
Gus Gus.
Peanut.
Jax.
Maggie.
Abbey.
Bandit.
Roxy.
Suki, Lucy and Xoey.
Charlie and Gunner.
Bentley.
Jasper.
Sausage.

Puppies galore! Yesterday we asked for photos of your puppies in commemoration of #NationalPuppyDay, and Penticton, you delivered.

The slide show above features a few of our favourites.

Thank you to everyone who submitted! To view all the submissions, visit the post on our Facebook page, linked below.

Look for a few of our favourites in an upcoming edition of the Western News.

Dogs

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

No appointment needed: COVID-19 testing access expanded in Kelowna

First-come, first-serve testing centre opens in downtown Kelowna

Senior ‘seriously injured’ after Kelowna bus crash

A Ford E350 van collided with a BC Transit Bus on KLO Road on Friday, July 31

COSAR attends one search and two rescues over long weekend

Teams searched for a missing cliff jumper, were called out to a sinking boat and an injured ATVer

VIDEO: Crews in Summerland film Christmas parade in July

Filming, on July 31, took place during the hottest days of 2020

B.C. to allow customers to buy cannabis online for in-store pickup at private shops

Age verification will still be required inside the store

Paper mache Dr. Bonnie Henry stars in North Okanagan exhibit

Beyond the Mask art show kicks off in Village of Lumby

MP Gray: In your service

Kelowna-Lake Country MP Tracy Gray’s column

Shuswap pet nutritionist and raw diet advocate to be in national magazine

Sicamous’s Deanna Larocque building reputation for canine support

Two people die in outdoor shower, in Tulameen

Couple was attending a long weekend gathering

UPDATE: More personnel at Dry Lake fire, 43 properties remain under evacuation alert

Wildfire has been burning out of control north of Princeton for three days

30% of British Columbians would ‘wait and see’ before taking COVID vaccine: poll

Some are concerned about side effects, while others don’t think the virus is a big deal

New North Okanagan fire hall breaks ground

Groundwork is on tap for a new community firehall. Site works are… Continue reading

Most Read