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You're an animal lover, so it goes without saying that you love seeing
dogs perform extraordinary feats (and have a blast doing so). That being the case, there's no way you'll want to miss the Purina Incredible
Dog Challenge National Finals airing Sat., Jan. 14, at 5 p.m. ET, on NBC. You'll see Freestyle Flying Disc, 30-Weave Pole Race, Agility and Jack Russell Hurdles. Want more? Tune in to see a world record broken in the Dog Diving event!
You may recall that the finals actually took place back in October, just outside of St. Louis, Mo., at Purina Farms. You might also remember that we were there for the whole thing, interviewing participants and cheering on the competitors. Heck, we even got down and dirty on the agility course!
While you're waiting for the popcorn to pop (for you) and baking a few dog biscuits (for your own incredible dog), check out our coverage of the event.
Speed and Catch Winner Shares Tips and Tricks
A Parson Russell Terrier Beats the Big Dogs
Can Your Dog Do Agility? We Ask a Champion for Advice
Running the Purina Incredible Dog Challenge Agility Course
Highlights from the 2011 Purina Incredible Dog Challenge
Purina Incredible Dog Challenge National Finals - 2011 Results
And be sure to catch the Purina Incredible Dog Challenge National Final on Saturday at 5 p.m. ET on NBC!
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That dog can fly! Check out Belgian Malinois Vhoebe's world-record-breaking dive of 31 feet 8 inches. Vhoebe and her owner, Lise Ann Strum of San Diego, Calif., competed in the Diving Dog competition of the Purina Incredible Dog Challenge National Finals at the Purina Farm in Gray Summit, Mo., on Saturday, October 1, 2011.
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