Greyhounds Reach the Beach celebrated 25 years recently. Dressed for Halloween are Gideon, a Spanish galgo, and Cash Money. CHRIS FLOOD PHOTOS
Part of the weekend fun was a historic walking tour. Shown here is Jean Brolund telling visitors about Rehoboth’s history.
Hundreds of the greyhound breed and their owners showed up for the annual walk down the Boardwalk.
The woman in the background is smiling, but Bee looks ready to have this cowboy off her back.
Buckets of dog treats were everywhere.
Rain threatened the Boardwalk parade, but the clouds cleared and the sun came out just in time.
Noodle, an Italian greyhound, is warm and in a good mood while Tyler Reigner pets her.
Helping at the Greyhound Pet Adoptions of Delaware desk are ( l-r) Kathy Palmer, Lessa Shifter, Helen Delvecchio, Ruth Gates, greyhound Levi Miller, Adam Miller and Dana Peterson.
Just in case the poop fairy did show up, there were plenty of orange buckets for her to use.
Tony Ring and Eagle make their way to the beach.
Dog lovers are their own political party.
The convention center had many art vendors, including this stained glass from Tiboron Glass Design.
Sid was saved off a meat processing truck in China. Now he’s an ambassador for the International Greyhound Rescue.
A greyhound neon light.
Everyone needs a commemorative Greyhounds Reach the Beach mug.
The Golden Jubilee was the previous weekend, but it’s still cute.
Candy Cane Rescue helps save greyhounds from the meat market of China. CCR volunteer Ellen Ganopoulos was selling goods to raise money for the cause.
Steve Wirtz, an artist from Madison, Wis., captures the movements of greyhounds perfectly with this wire and paper sculptures.
This was the first year for Greyhounds Reach the Beach at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center.