"Tail-Gate" with Puppy Bowl X MVP on Super Bowl Sunday

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On Superbowl Sunday, do you only watch the commercials and fast forward through the football game? Do you spend the whole time cuddling with your favorite four-legged friend? Then, the tenth annual Puppy Bowl may be a exactly what you need. As if you needed any more convincing, the MVP (Most Valuable Puppy) is a local! Pong, from Florida Little Dog Rescue in Orlando, was chosen from an adorable starting lineup of rescue puppies as the official Puppy Bowl MVP.

Pong's game plan is to rely on her agility skills for the game, but, if all else fails, she has the fail-safe flurry of puppy kisses to fall back on.

You can meet Pong before the Puppy Bowl X viewing at her "Tail-gate" party at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2 at the Hammered Lamb. Not only can you bring your own pup to cheer on Pong, but you could even score her "paw"tograph.

And you're invited to Pong's meet and great at her "Tail-Gate" party to help cheer her on. Besides meeting Pong and getting a "Paw"tograph, there will be "Ruff"le Tickets, "Puppy Square" Bets, food and drink specials, and you can bring your pooch to help cheer too, the event is dog-friendly. Below are some fun facts about Pong as well as more information on where and when are in the attached image invitation.

 

Five Fun Facts about this MVP: 

1. Pong has a twin sister named Ping

2. She's a huge Florida State fan - Go Seminoles!

3. She's eaten at Gibsons Bar and Steakhouse

4. She's a fan of Spring Naturals Grain-Free Treats

5. Her game plan for the Big Game includes utilizing her fast agility skills - if all else fails go in for the puppy kisses

So come out and cheer Pong on!

When: "Tail-Gate" starts at 2, and the game begins at 3 p.m. EST

Where: The Hammered Lamb in Orlando, FL 

 

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