When you've got two needy pugs who hate being left alone, it's good to know there are pet friendly events like Spring into Corrimal.
Maureen Powell said her two dogs, Louie and Hannah Bannah had created a stir with many of the 35,000 residents who enjoyed Sunday's festivities.
"The dogs are having a great time," she said.
"I've been stopped by so many people. Everyone is in love with pugs."
Event marketer and Corrimal Chamber of Commerce member Paul Boultwood said festival highlights included performances by tribute bands Achtung Baby, The U2 Experience and Trent Bowater and the Robbie Williams Show.
He said attendance numbers were estimated to have been up by 5000 compared with last year.
"I'm extremely happy," he said.
"We've had no rain which is great."
About 500 people took part in the Grand Parade, while the Zeims family were crowned the royal family of Corrimal for their work sponsoring local sporting teams through their business.
It was the 29th year in a row the festival has been held.
Mr Boultwood said while preparations were not yet under way for next year's 30th birthday celebrations, he said they were sure to be big.
He thanked all the event's sponsors and supporters on behalf of the Corrimal Chamber of Commerce.