Mountains Animal Sanctuary also made the most of the great weather at the weekend with their annual extravaganza.
The day kicked off with an informative talk by Robert from Parkside Vets.
The Chariots of Fire display team wowed the crowds with their daredevil antics and they were much enjoyed by all.
Later in the afternoon Raptor World and the Angus Dog Activity Club were firm favourites.
There were lots of visitors on the day with many takingpart in the dog show which was open to all.
The Paton family from Aberdeen said: “It has been a great day, well organised with lots to do.”
A spokeswoman from the sanctuary said: “We would like to thank everyone who came along as well as all our fantastic staff and volunteers.”
Mountains Animal Santuary is the largest equine rescue centre in Scotland.
For almost 30 years the sanctuary has become a temporary or permanent home for hundreds of horses, ponies and donkeys.
And they rely on your help to survive, by donating, visiting the shop, adopting or even re-homing, you can do your bit to help keep the sanctuary going.