These booze hounds were among 52 teams which took part in a charity three-legged pub dash.
Competitors joined forces, and limbs, as they raced between four pubs in Whitton on Sunday (May 3), completing a quiz at each.
Cruella, the Dalmations and the Dog Catchers' costumes were mutts too good for the other teams, except for the LAPD and the Doris Dancers, with whom they shared the fancy dress prize.
Split Wanderers were named best quizzers and a team from The Prince Albert pub made it home in the fastest time as 52 teams took to the course.
The annual contest was set up in memory of Nadine Cribbs, a former regular at The Prince Albert, in Hounslow Road, Whitton, who died of cancer.
Now in its 19th year, it has raised tens of thousands of pounds for Cancer Research UK, and organiser David Bond said proceeds from this year were on course to hit £4,000.
Vicky Young, landlady of The Admiral Nelson, said she was particularly keen to support the event as her mother was in remission from cancer and her father had recently been diagnosed with the disease.
"It was a great event and some of the costumes were fantastic. Everyone had a good time and it was for a brilliant cause," she added.
The Fuller's pub, in Nelson Road, donated prizes including a night at a hotel and a signed Harlequins rugby shirt.