• December 22, 2014

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Austin, TX

The Doggiest Day in Whole USA!

 

The 15th Annual Mighty Texas Dog Walk will fetch even more Guinness World Records to add to the three already won, the most recent for “Biggest Fur Ball” in 2012 at a whopping 201 lbs.

 

Your dog’s tail will wag, Saturday, March 23, 2013 at world record attempts for “Most Dogs Eating the Same Treat”, “Most Dogs Wearing the Same Bandana”, “Most Dogs Wagging Their Tails at the Same Time” and other worldwide canine accomplishments.

 

Participating pooches will enjoy the latest in dog food samples, advice from top veterinarians, games of canine skill and even a doggie psychic, all at Austin’s favorite outdoor venue, Auditorium Shores on the banks of beautiful Lady Bird Johnson Lake.

 

Each dog takes home a gold medal and a collector’s Mauro Garza t-shirt for his favorite human. 

 

100% of the proceeds benefit Texas Hearing and Service Dogs celebrating its 25th anniversary of transforming shelter dogs into assistants for disabled individuals free of charge. 

 

Take advantage of early bird discounts by registering online at www.servicedogs.org.

cost
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Website: www.servicedogs.org
venue information
  • Auditorium Shores
  • Riverside Drive
  • Austin, TX 78704
Event Contact
Name: Bobbi Leverich Phone: 512-858-1495 Email:
Contact Bobbi Leverich by email or by phone at 512-858-1495 for more information regarding the Mighty Texas Dog Walk.
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