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April 25, 2014

Sulphur’s Wiener Dogs Race set for Saturday

Sulphur — SULPHUR — Sulphur Main Street will hold its annual wiener dog races and all-breed dog show Saturday, April 26. Registration will begin at 11 a.m. with the dog show beginning at 12:30 p.m. There is no registration fee for the dog show.

Prizes will be given for the following categories in the all-breed dog show: smallest dog, largest dog, best hair, best trick, best costume, best owner look alike, judges choice and peoples’ choice.

Wiener dog races will begin at 2 p.m. with prizes awarded for first, second and third place. Registration fee for the wiener dog races is $15 and the first 15 teams registering will receive a free doggie t-shirt. A parent or guardian must accompany dog owners under 18 and proof of current vaccinations must be provided for all dogs in the dog show and wiener dog races.

All the fun will be held at the Main Street Plaza located at the intersection of West 3rd Street and Muskogee in historic downtown Sulphur.

Vendor booths are available for all types of merchandise. For more information, please contact the Sulphur Main Street office at (580) 622-6246 or by email

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