Wednesday, June 15, 2011

An Incredible Dog That Set The World Record

Lisa Strum and Vhoebe, her three-year-old Belgian Malinois

During the weekend of June 10th & 11th, the Incredible Dog Western Regionals were held by Purina at the San Diego County Fair. One of the biggest highlights of the event was the fact that Vhoebe, broke the world record for dock diving. She set a distance of 31 feet 5 inches (9.6 meters).
Major, a five year old Parson Russell Terrier, competes in the 30-weave up-and-back event

The National Incredible Dog Challenge will take place in Gray Summit, Missouri on
the weekend of September 30th. Each year this event features the best of the best in dock diving, freestyle flying disc (frisbee catching), head to head weave poles, dog surfing, agility and other events.

Below are some photos from the competition this past weekend. (All photos are courtesy of Purina).
Prino, a four-year-old Papillon, competes in the small dog agility event.

Nani, a Bernese Mountain Dog, bails off her board in the surfing competition.
Owner Jeremy Duenas of Yorba Linda, looks on as Deagen, a 5-year-old French Bulldog, competes during the surfing competition.

Bring On Summer!

Let's Discuss!

What's your favorite event in the Incredible Dog Challenge?

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