Incredible Dog Challenge National Finals

The top canine athletes from the country meet in St. Louis on September 30 and October 1 for the National Finals of the Purina Incredible Dog Challenge (PIDC). BarkNetwork is providing a free live stream of the event on October 1st, so anyone who wants to watch can see the competition from anywhere in the world! The live stream of the event will air on October 1st beginning at 10AM on BarkNetwork.com, the worldwide home for canine athletes.

After a year of qualifying events, the top dogs will preform Olympic-style events including dog diving, freestyle flying disc, head-to-head weave poles, Jack Russell hurdle racing and agility at the National Finals. The National Finals will air nationally on NBC on January 14, 2012, but you will be able to view the competition live while it happens tomorrow, and all of the action will also be archived on BarkNetwork.com, allowing viewers to revisit the competition and see the moves, jumps and dives that created the champions.

“The National Finals of the Purina Incredible Dog Challenge is the premier canine athletic competition held in the United States and BarkNetwork.com is proud to the exclusive on-line home of this incredible competition,” said Kathy Carson of BarkNetwork.com.  “Whether you are a long-time fan of canine athletics, or are curious about the tremendous skills of the dogs, the live stream on BarkNetwork.com will give you a front row seat for PIDC National Finals.”

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One Response to Incredible Dog Challenge National Finals

  1. I love it! They need to create a service dog catagory. That would be amazing. Worlds best Search & Rescue Dog, Seeing eye dog obstacle courses, Various water rescue scenarios. There are an endless number of possibilities. I rarely ever watch TV but I could watch videos of talented dogs at work and play all day.

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