Mudder Dog Obstacle Course Launched | Sports Destination Management

Mudder Dog Obstacle Course Launched

Feb 28, 2018

Tough Mudder Inc. is hosting its first Ruff Mudder–an obstacle course especially designed for dogs–at the Tough Mudder Los Angeles Event Weekend on Saturday, March 3 at Polsa Rosa Ranch in Acton, CA.

Dogs of all sizes and strengths are encouraged to join in on the fun.

The event is sponsored by Water Pik, Inc., a leader in replacement showerheads. Each furry participant will be treated to a complimentary clean-up before heading home, thanks to Waterpik dog washing stations.

Featuring four dog-friendly obstacles, the first-ever Ruff Mudder is designed to give your four-legged family members the muddy adventure of a lifetime. The Ruff Mudder dog obstacle course will feature the following challenges:

Mini Everest: Dogs need to scramble over a slick quarter pipe that’s over four feet tall.

Mini Berlin Walls:  Two mud-slicked walls requiring precise eye-to-paw coordination to cleanly jump over.

Boa Constrictor: Scratch and slide on through to the other side of the dark and muddy tunnel.

Mud Mile: A classic Tough Mudder fan favorite, dogs have to climb over every mound and wade through every valley to conquer this obstacle two times.

“With more than 3 million participants worldwide, Tough Mudder is committed to expanding our global footprint to include paw prints–or furry friends–of all shapes, sizes and breeds in the muddy fun. We look forward to welcoming dogs into the community and can’t wait to offer them a unique experience engineered specifically for them,” said Tough Mudder, Inc. CMO Jerome Hiquet. “Ruff Mudder sets a new standard of excellence in obstacle innovation, all while promoting active and healthy lifestyles for all–even for our furry friends.”

To register for the Los Angeles event at Polsa Rosa Ranch on March 3, pet parents may sign their dogs up today here. Registration is free and space is limited. Each dog registration includes one spectator pass for their human companion.

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