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A Jane Lew business went to the dogs Saturday morning.

The Robins Nest Travel Center in Jane Lew hosted its third annual pet show Saturday morning.

Participants could show off their pet and compete in categories like best costume and best look-alike.

Entrants were asked to donate items to help the Lewis Upshur Animal Control Facility.

Organizers said it's a great event for all ages.

"So I think it's just a fun thing for the family to come out with, each kid can bring their rabbit, their turtle, their bird if they want to. We have some more different animals this year, so I think it's really just a fun thing for the kids to get involved with," said Robin's Nest's Jamie Donaldson.

Donations from the event also went to support the shelter.