My Dog Can Do That! Training Available for All Dogs at Houston World Series of Dog Shows
From July 16-20 in Houston, Texas, the 37th Annual Houston World Series of Dog Shows at the Reliant Center. During the event, which is comprised of many separate dog shows, the American Kennel Club will host its popular My Dog Can Do That! event made for the average family dog.
Participants can complete mini agility lessons from trained instructors. Dogs of all breeds and mixes are welcome to test their skills and will receive free dog bandanas just for trying.
Tom Pincus, show chairperson for Houston World Series of Dog Shows, says that
AKC’s My Dog Can Do That! is “for people who love exercising and working with their dogs in a relaxed, noncompetitive environment.”
The AKC’s My Dog Can Do That! will be held on Saturday, July 19, and Sunday July 20 only from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This portion of the event is free and does not require prior registration.
All dogs at the World Series of Dog Shows must be over six months old, and owners must provide proof of their dogs’ rabies vaccinations. Pets must also be kept on a four-to-six foot leash.
Events like the Houston World Series of Dog Shows aren’t only good for showing off your dog. Vendors from commercial and non-profit agencies will also be in attendance.
Spectators can learn more about different dog breeds from the breeders in attendance. However, the event’s website warns that the sale and adoption of dogs is prohibited at the time of the World Series of Dog Shows.
The Houston World Series of Dog Shows features more than 40,000 spectators, participants and vendors each year.