Now on its 6th year, Doggie Pawlympics aims to promote not just a well-balanced lifestyle for pets that include regular exercise but as well as a strong pet-owner relationship. Training dogs for agility competitions is one of the best ways to strengthen this bond.
Pawlympics also aims to give dogs of smaller breeds like Shih Tzus a chance to participate in an activity that’s more common for medium and large dogs through the Teacup Agility Competition. Here, puppers showcased their speed, strength, and focus as they navigate a series of obstacles together with their owner.
Tasha emerged as the champion of the 12 inches and below category after completing the course for 47.99 seconds while Max took home the title for the 16 inches and below category.
Participant or not, the dogs who came over got to join in on the fun. They were able to socialize with other dogs, take a nice dip in the ball pit swimming pool, and get free treats.
Did you join this year’s Doggie Pawlympics? Share your experience with us below! – Daily Snout