BK9T: Average Paw’s competition for the Average Dog to be held in Wilmore
Published 10:19 am Tuesday, July 19, 2022
Benson K-9 Training is hosting a BK9T: Average Paw’s competition for the average dog.
The competition will be held in Wilmore at the Dan Glass Pavilion from 12-6 p.m. on Aug. 13. Dogs one year and older have a $10 competition fee, and dogs under one year have a $5 competition fee.
The competing dogs one year and older will have the chance to compete in different events, such as an agility course, distant frisbee, an obedience challenge, a freestyle event, the fastest K-9 in town, and a best-looking K-9 contest.
The dogs under one year will have the chance to compete in an agility course, an obedience challenge, a freestyle event, the fastest pup in-town event, and the cutest puppy contest.
The competition will have activities for kids, such as a pitbull challenge, food, vendors, and dog competition events. There will also be a audience question and answer session with K-9 trainer Mike Benson. The Garrard County animal shelter will be in attendance as well.
The competition is free to come and watch.
To compete in the event, or ask any questions send a message to the Benson K-9 Training Facebook page. To sign up at the gate, it is $15 for dogs one year and up, and $10 for dogs under one year.