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PHOTOS: Hot Dog Day in Concord

  • Tux, an Australian Shepherd, catches a mid-air frisbee thrown by his owner Linda Heath of the Granite State Disc Dogs during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare. <br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)

    Tux, an Australian Shepherd, catches a mid-air frisbee thrown by his owner Linda Heath of the Granite State Disc Dogs during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014. Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations. This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare.
    (ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • Kenna the Icelandic Sheep Dog retrieves a frisbee thrown by her owner Deb Mardin of Granite State Disc Dogs during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare. <br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)

    Kenna the Icelandic Sheep Dog retrieves a frisbee thrown by her owner Deb Mardin of Granite State Disc Dogs during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014. Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations. This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare.
    (ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • Liz Sinotte sits on a bench with her puppy Bailey during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare. <br/><br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)

    Liz Sinotte sits on a bench with her puppy Bailey during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014. Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations. This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare.

    (ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • Lydia Wells, 3, pets Fritz the Great Dane during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare.  Fritz, who belongs to Cheryle Cafiero, is a certified therapy dog.<br/><br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)

    Lydia Wells, 3, pets Fritz the Great Dane during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014. Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations. This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare. Fritz, who belongs to Cheryle Cafiero, is a certified therapy dog.

    (ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • Fritz, an 8-year-old Great Dane, meets Bailey, a 3-month-old Yellow Labrador puppy, during Hot Dog Day on the State House lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a nonprofit no-kill organization based out of Weare.  Fritz is a registered therapy dog and was adopted through WAG when he was almost 2 years old.<br/><br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)

    Fritz, an 8-year-old Great Dane, meets Bailey, a 3-month-old Yellow Labrador puppy, during Hot Dog Day on the State House lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014. Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations. This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a nonprofit no-kill organization based out of Weare. Fritz is a registered therapy dog and was adopted through WAG when he was almost 2 years old.

    (ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • Don Gorman, a former libertarian state representative from Deerfield, grills veggie dogs during Hot Dog Day on the State House lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a nonprofit no-kill organization based out of Weare. <br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)

    Don Gorman, a former libertarian state representative from Deerfield, grills veggie dogs during Hot Dog Day on the State House lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014. Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations. This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a nonprofit no-kill organization based out of Weare.
    (ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • Mrs. New Hampshire America 2013 Tess Conroy serves beans during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare. <br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)

    Mrs. New Hampshire America 2013 Tess Conroy serves beans during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014. Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations. This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare.
    (ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • Tux, an Australian Shepherd, catches a mid-air frisbee thrown by his owner Linda Heath of the Granite State Disc Dogs during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare. <br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)
  • Kenna the Icelandic Sheep Dog retrieves a frisbee thrown by her owner Deb Mardin of Granite State Disc Dogs during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare. <br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)
  • Liz Sinotte sits on a bench with her puppy Bailey during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare. <br/><br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)
  • Lydia Wells, 3, pets Fritz the Great Dane during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare.  Fritz, who belongs to Cheryle Cafiero, is a certified therapy dog.<br/><br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)
  • Fritz, an 8-year-old Great Dane, meets Bailey, a 3-month-old Yellow Labrador puppy, during Hot Dog Day on the State House lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a nonprofit no-kill organization based out of Weare.  Fritz is a registered therapy dog and was adopted through WAG when he was almost 2 years old.<br/><br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)
  • Don Gorman, a former libertarian state representative from Deerfield, grills veggie dogs during Hot Dog Day on the State House lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a nonprofit no-kill organization based out of Weare. <br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)
  • Mrs. New Hampshire America 2013 Tess Conroy serves beans during Hot Dog Day on the Statehouse lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014.  Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations.  This year, the event benefitted WAG or We Are Animal Guardians, a non-profit no kill organization based out of Weare. <br/>(ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff)

Hundreds of people raised money and ate hot dogs at Hot Dog Day on the State House lawn Wednesday, May 14, 2014. Rep. John Burt, a Goffstown Republican, started Hot Dog Day three years ago as a way to raise money for local animal advocacy organizations. This year, the event benefitted WAG, or We Are Animal Guardians, a nonprofit no-kill organization based in Weare.

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