Monday, September 19, 2011

Bicentennial Park Will Host World Champion Dogs In A Canine Extravaganza "DOGS: The Incredible Dog Show"

Who let the dogs out? We’re not sure, but Miami will be host to talented world champion and “celebrity” dogs when DOGS: The Incredible Dog Show debuts for the first time in the U.S. Seen around the globe, this live touring production introduces audiences to an exciting canine show under the Big Top at Bicentennial Park. DOGS: The Incredible Dog Show will impress and entertain South Florida from September 28-October 23.

Guests who attend the show will be amazed by the talented and energetic canines. Acts like frisbee, dog diving, obstacle course, weave poles and much more, will have audiences cheering, while the four-legged characters run, jump, leap and sing throughout a memorable 120 minute production. In fact, several of the dogs have been featured in Hollywood films such as Disney’s “Life is Ruff” and “Water for Elephants.” The show also showcases Bella and Grit, Frisbee World Championship winners, and Julio, an English Bulldog that specializes in extreme skateboarding and mathematical equations. The Incredible Dog Show is a production pooch lovers won’t want to miss.

“The Incredible Dog Show was originally created to increase awareness about the neglect and cruelty dogs endure,” said the show’s producer, Arturo Guzmán. “Close to 80% of the dogs in the show have been rescued from the streets or pounds. The show not only promotes pet adoption, but also displays the unconditional relationship between dogs and trainers.”

DOGS: The Incredible Dog Show is an interactive two-hour live family show, full of music, special effects and constant action. The Purina-sponsored show travels around the world raising awareness about the mistreatment of animals, while promoting the adoption of dogs and the prevention of pet abuse. Recognized and applauded by worldwide organizations, like Purina and The Humane Society, The Incredible Dog Show takes pride in being a fun show that also bears an important message.

“DOGS” is presented under a 40,000 square feet big top, which takes more than 10 days, 30 men and two cranes to set up. With a total of 25 trainers and 38 dogs, the show has entertained more than 500,000 spectators in eight different countries.

Tickets range from $30 to $90 and may be purchased at Bicentennial Park, or online at

Starting September 28, catch the show Wednesday through Friday at 7:30 p.m.  On weekends, enjoy following showings: Saturdays at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.

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