SURFING DOGS Needed for the Annual SURFINPAWS DOG JAM
JULY 11, 2010
Huntington Beach--SurfinPaws was started by René Bruce in 2009 and his pet inspiration,
Kia, whose participated in the a surf dog competition that was put on by
a friend in Del Mar, California. Kia, a seven year-old Russell Terrier,
is the "spokes dog" of the Surfinpaws Dog Jam. Kia has been riding
boards, scooters and jet skis since she was a pup. Kia has been featured
on various news sites, Reuters, National Geographic and The
Discovery Channel because of her riding talents. You can
also find Kia on her website kiapet.com
Registration is currently taking place for all surfboard-riding pups
for the first annual SurfinPaws Dog Jam, benefiting the Orange County
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, taking place on July
11, 2009 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Huntington Beach, California. Red
carpet and auction festivities will follow the competition at the
Waterfront Hilton Huntington Beach from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
René Bruce, the man behind the SurfinPaws Dog Jam said that OCSPCA's
need for funds was what made SurfinPaws happen. Registration is open to
dogs of all ages, sizes and abilities; with a $25.50
per dog registration fee profiting the OCSPCA. Red carpet spectator
are also available for $10.50 per person. The surf competition is open
the public and free for anyone to watch.
For more information about The SurfinPaws Dog Jam, rules and
to register your dog, visit surfinpaws.com.