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Pets parade for judge at county’s 4-H fair

July 19, 2013

Brett Fry shows his iguana to judge Beth Ann Spisak, a local veterinarian technician, at the Pets Contest Tuesday. Fry took Grand Champion in the Exotic Division. Post & Mail photos / Joe Shouse

COLUMBIA CITY — The pet judging for the Whitley County 4-H Fair attracted only four entries Tuesday.

However, due to the variety of pets, judge Beth Ann Spisak, a local veterinarian technician, placed the animals in two groups.

The mammals included a hedgehog and a ferret while the exotic group was made up of a parrot and iguana.

The results for the Pets Contest named Isabel Braun as Grand Champion in the Mammal Division.

Brett Fry took Grand Champion in the Exotic Division.

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