Dog on the Tuckerbox's 80th birthday

Residents helped Gundagai's most famous four-legged friend, the Dog on the Tuckerbox, celebrate its 80th birthday at the weekend.

Picture: Les Smith

Picture: Les Smith

Picture: Les Smith

Picture: Les Smith

Picture: Les Smith

Picture: Les Smith

Picture: Les Smith

Picture: Les Smith

Warren Baldacchino from Windsor was on his way to visit friends in Wagga with his dog Macca, a seven-year-old border collie. Picture: Les Smith

Warren Baldacchino from Windsor was on his way to visit friends in Wagga with his dog Macca, a seven-year-old border collie. Picture: Les Smith

Taylah Horwood, 16, with her sister Breahna Horwood, 12, both from Wentworth near Mildura, and four-year-old Rosie. The girls adopted Rosie two years ago from the Riverina and District Animal Rescue (RADAR) stand that was at the Tuckerbox site. Picture: Les Smith

Taylah Horwood, 16, with her sister Breahna Horwood, 12, both from Wentworth near Mildura, and four-year-old Rosie. The girls adopted Rosie two years ago from the Riverina and District Animal Rescue (RADAR) stand that was at the Tuckerbox site. Picture: Les Smith

Charlotte McGuiness, 10, of Wagga with 15-week-old Dazy. Dazy was due to be picked up by her new owners. She was born in Riverina and District Animal Rescue. Picture: Les Smith

Charlotte McGuiness, 10, of Wagga with 15-week-old Dazy. Dazy was due to be picked up by her new owners. She was born in Riverina and District Animal Rescue. Picture: Les Smith

Man's best friend finds some relief from the heat. Picture: Les Smith

Man's best friend finds some relief from the heat. Picture: Les Smith

Picture: Les Smith

Picture: Les Smith

Picture: Les Smith

Picture: Les Smith