Day Two of Celebrate Dogs AKC Eukanuba championship is today

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CELEBRATE DOGS FACEBOOK PAGE
  • Celebrate Dogs Facebook page

Hey, dog folks, if you're looking for something to do today, the huge annual AKC/Eukanuba celebration of dogs continues today. Called Celebrate Dogs, the event has tons of dog-related activities, presentations and events – watch agility, dock-diing and obedience competitions, check out flyable demonstrations, gawk and the fancy showdogs parade around rings, meet celebrity dogs (last year the dog from Modern Family was posing for photos with fans), and shop for dog stuff in the huge vendor area/doggie shopping mall.
CELEBRATE DOGS FACEBOOK PAGE
  • Celebrate Dogs Facebook page
 It all goes down at the Orange County Convention Center until 5 p.m. today. If you haven't been before, it's definitely a spectacle — if you're even remotely into dogs, it's something to see. These poodles will probably be there. 
CELEBRATE DOGS FACEBOOK PAGE
  • Celebrate Dogs Facebook page

And more than likely, you'll run into "Euka," Eukanuba's pink-outfitted mascot. 
CELEBRATE DOGS FACEBOOK PAGE
  • Celebrate Dogs Facebook page
You can watch the Eukanuba show streaming live right now!


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