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Ireland’s first dog surfing championships to take place in Clare - VIDEO

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Next month Lahinch, County Clare, a major Irish surf resort, will welcome Ireland’s first national dog surfing championships.

A popular sport among dog owners in the United State dog surfing has arrived in Ireland. Raquel Noboa, organizer of the event, told the Evening Herald dog, Bruce, loves the sport.
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She said "My dog surfs -- he's learning a bit at the moment but he's a bit of a giraffe. His legs go everywhere...It's good for sporty dogs -- it gets them off the couch -- and it's good for people too.

The day is free, but there will be voluntary donations to raise funds for the Guide Dogs for the Blind.”

The event will take place on September 18. For more information visit www.pypetreview.com.

And in case you don’t believe us here a clip of the sport in action:

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