Dogs dress up for film festival show

A bizarre video has emerged from London, UK of dogs in costumes taking part in the "Sci Fido" dog show.

The show, which was part of the Sci Fi London Film Festival, saw dogs dressed up as Jaws, Wonder Woman and Claudia from Interview With The Vampire.

The event took place on April 29.

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