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Bully dog show at Paseo Park

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - Alpha Dogg Production & Marianas Pitbull Alliance will hold the Bullies, Boggers, Bikers and Babes Dog Show titled "Who's the Alpha Dog?" tomorrow at the Paseo Park in Hagatna. The event will run from 3-8pm.

"It will be a Dog Show of the American Bullies," said Dave Crisostomo. "And we will also have a fun show after for all the breeds. Everyone is invited to come down, we will have a large display of off road vehicles, motorcycles both Harley's and Café Bikes along with jumpers for the kids to play in. We will be located at the Paseo grounds where the Liberation Carnival was set up, right next to the playground area. There will be things for kids to do and we will have food and music. 

"Natural Rhythm will be playing and our judge will be Randy Haina he's a sanctioned ABKC judge out of Hawaii. He did our show back in February of 2010, our first Bully Show so we welcome him back. He will also be heading out to Saipan right after our show to do Saipan's first ABKC sanctioned show as well and we invite the public to come down and enjoy the show with us."

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