Canine Cannonball June 6 Thru 8 Dog Days Bar And Grill

Dated: June 5 2014

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Watch man's best friend soar through the air at the Canine Cannonball at the Dog Days Bar and Grill in Osage Beach. Canines compete in Big Air, Extreme Vertical, and Speed Retrieve events. Open to all dogs, and is a fundraiser for the Dogwood Animal Shelter in Camdenton.

Families can get “up close and personal” as they watch canine athletes take flight in a variety of dock-jumping competitions during the  Annual Canine Cannonball, June 6-8 at Dog Days Bar & Grill in Osage Beach (1232 Jeffries Road on land or at the 19-mile marker on the water).   This DockDogs sanctioned event presents dogs and their owners competing to find out who will become the “top dog” in three contests: Big Air WAVE (leap for distance), Extreme Vertical (leap for height) and Speed Retrieve (timed retrieval race) events. 

Canine Cannonball is free fun for spectators who come out to cheer for their favorite breed. The festivities also feature live music, vendors and displays, including high-performance motorcycles from Lake of the Ozarks Harley-Davidson and Seebold Sports Motorcycle Super Center. For more information, call Dog Days Bar & Grill at 573-348-9797.
Events start Friday, with registration and practice at 1pm, event beginning at 2pm and running through about 8pm.  Saturday, registration and practice is at 10am and events starts at 11am and runs through about 7pm. Sunday, practice and registration begins at 10am, events start at 11am, and runs through 5pm. 
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