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Bully terrier dog show this weekend

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Bullies in the Tropics, Bully Dog Show will be held at the UOG Field House this Saturday August 28 from 10am-6pm. If you would like to show your dog at the event, you'll need to register your dog under the American Bully Club at a cost of just $20. For more information, you can contact Chris Castro at 788-4954 or Dave Crisostomo at 727-5655.  

"We're looking at a real groundbreaking event this time," said Crisostomo, who is with the 671 Bully Club, "in that four, maybe five dogs may achieve their champion status.  So it's a real big event for us. We are probably going to have in the neighborhood of 60 dogs entered into the show. These are the American Bullies, which are a variety of the American Pit bull Terrier show variety."

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