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You can help Dexter become the Nose of Tralee

Wednesday, 12th August, 2020 9:58am
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You can help Dexter become the Nose of Tralee

Pamela Devaney with her niece Keeva McCaffery and Dexter the dog. Photo: Ray Ryan

You can help Dexter become the Nose of Tralee

Pamela Devaney with her niece Keeva McCaffery and Dexter the dog. Photo: Ray Ryan

By David Connors

 

A TUAM resident is going all guns blazing in a bid to be crowned Nose of Tralee for 2020.

No, you read that right and it’s most certainly not a typo. It’s the Nose of Tralee, an annual pet competition that’s now in its seventh year, where pets of all varieties from all over the country compete to be crowned the overall winner.

Dexter, a 14-month old Beagle owned by Pamela Devaney, who is originally from Lavally, has been announced as this year’s Galway representative and now is competing in the national finals where he will square off against a cat called Lord Luther from Donegal, Robert Blackwell, a greyhound from Cork and even a pig from Sligo by the name of George Clooney. A tough field, no question.

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