Four-legged friends of all shapes and sizes were out in force at a winter dog walk and fair.
Sunday’s event at the Stone Pavilion in Baxter Park involved pooches trying out professional training and getting family portraits taken by a photographer.
Dogs were even given the chance to meet Father Christmas and have pictures taken with him.
Owners were able to learn about graffiti from one of the artists from the Open/Close Dundee project.
There were also food and drink stalls, face-painting and a band, while Dundee Museum of Transport was represented.
Amy Campbell, of Parkside Veterinary Group, which had a stall at the pavilion, said: “It’s good to have a chat with the public and give advice.
“It was the first time I have taken part and it was great.”