Come enjoy the family dog, cheer canine athletes, celebrate the human/animal bond, and help raise funds for and awareness of the plight of homeless dogs by attending the 26th Annual Dog Olympics at the NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sat., Oct. 7.
Dogs of all breeds, shapes, and sizes are invited to participate in athletic and non-athletic competition such as Small and Large Dog Limbo, Musical Sit, Howling Contest, Small and Large Dog Longest Tail, Roll Over Rover, Small and Large Dog High Jump, and the Frisbee Toss.
The annual Dog Olympics is a great family day and provides an excellent opportunity to further socialize well behaved dogs as well as an opportunity for a family considering adding a pet to the home to observe all breeds of dogs and talk with their owners and representatives of various rescue groups.
Admission Fee: Admission for owner and competing canine athlete is $5 with the cost covering an entry fee for one event and access to a digital photo of the canine champion on the Olympic platform. Each additional event and photo is $2. Admission for owner and a non-competing dog is $3. Admission for an individual is $1 while children age five and younger are free. All proceeds support the rescue groups in attendance.
Please do not use flex-lead leashes for this event.