Hiccup is not a baby Siberian Husky but is actually an Alaskan Klee Kai, explained his master, David Tan of Plainfield and is almost age 4. Klee Kaisa are rare and were initially bred in the 1970s-'80s from Schipperkes, Spitzes (now called Alaskan Eskimos) and Alaskan and Siberian Huskies.
Odie Sanchez, right falls behind in a wiener dog race at Woofapalooza on June 10. Behind him is his owners son, Alec Sanchez of Plainfield. Maybe the other dogs ears worked as a sail.
Richard Fredrickson (far left) and Kaity Siegel, a fourth-generation farmer are pointing at the winner of the wiener dog race at Woofapalooza. At left is Cooper who came in second, a wirehaired dachshund with Pam Buckley of Joliet. And the wiener, ummm ... winner is Rella nearly obscured by her ribbon with family twins Madison and May and mom Stephanie Millsaps of Joliet.
Analise Weis, age 2 makes sure her wiener dogs Hazel, left and Missy don't miss the chance to bob for wieners at a day made for hot dogs at Siegel's Cottonwood Farm. Her mom Hillary Weis of Plainfield supervises.
Zach Siegel encourages his dog Diesel to try the agility course at Woofapalooza. with them is Heather Mengarelli, a trainer from Narnia Pet Behavior and Training out of Plainfield.
Winers of the look-alike contest were Cody and his owner Jack Jurisic of Joliet at the second annual Woofapalooza at Siegel's Cottonwood Farm. Handing Jack prizes is Kaity Siegel.