DockDogs is pleased to announce that the 1st official event to take place at Indian Creek K9 Aquatics will take place April 21 – 23, 2017. Indian Creek K9 Aquatics is part of the DockDogs Sanctioned Facility Program and is located in Goldston, North Carolina and is owned by Jay & Deb Harris, long standing DockDogs competitors and supporters.
In addition to being part of the DockDogs ne Double Header Wild Card World Championship Qualifier Series, this event will also feature a special Speed Retrieve Guinness Book World Record Feature Attempt taking place on Saturday evening. The top 10 ranked Speed Retrieve teams (comprised of the top 5 teams from the 2016 DockDogs Rankings and the top 5 from the 2017 Year to Date Rankings (as of March 30, 2017) will be invited to participate in this special feature in an attempt to set a new official Guinness World Record.
The 1st Annual Bark at Noah’s Ark event proceeds will go into the trust fund to benefit Baby Noah. The trust fund was announced by Grant Reeves, CEO of DockDogs at the 2016 DockDogs World Championships in Dubuque, IA. The trust is specifically for caring for baby Noah and to provide for his care.
Jay & Deb Harris have secured dry camping and space for campers/RV’s onsite at the Indian Creek K9 Aquatics Facility for those that would like to take part. For additional information regarding the facility and this event you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their Facebook.
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