News about the Frankenmuth Dog Bowl
Give your dog something to bark about by attending this amazing, one-of-a-kind event that bills itself as the world’s largest Olympic-style festival for canines. With the goal of advocating for responsible pet ownership through educational and dog-friendly recreation, the Dog Bowl showcases pooches’ boundless energy, enthusiasm and athleticism.
Got any plans this Memorial Day Weekend? How about attending the largest Olympic-style dog event in the world? Each May, canine competitors head to the Frankenmuth Dog Bowl to jump, dive and retrieve like champs.
Frankenmuth’s Dog Bowl Festival attracts thousands of people and their furry friends. They can expect a lot of excitement this weekend with events all day Saturday and Sunday in downtown Frankenmuth.
This high-energy event includes everything from canine fun runs to a pet parade to a costume contest. The goal is to encourage responsible pet ownership with events that both people and their four-footed companions can enjoy!
The world's largest Olympic-style festival for dogs and their people is now officially a nonprofit organization after more than a decade of providing doggone good fun for people and canines alike.
The Frankenmuth Dog Bowl returns to Michigan’s Little Bavaria on Memorial Day weekend, May 24-27, bringing new and familiar events for dog lovers.
This weekend is going to the dogs — in Frankenmuth, at least. Friday night through Monday morning, the Frankenmuth Dog Bowl will take place at River Place Shops in Frankenmuth. This is the 13th year for the event, which is billed as the “world’s largest Olympic-style event for dogs.”
The Olympics for dogs? That’s exactly what the good people of Frankenmuth have created. Over time, the Dog Bowl has become the largest Olympic-style dog event in the world.