65 Adoptable Dogs Compete for the First-Ever Super Senior Award
January 2, 2020 – Back by pawpular demand, Animal Planet’s DOG BOWL III airs Saturday, February 1 at 8:00pm ET/PT and the Baltimore Humane Society is thrilled to announce we have two who made the final roster in the adorable competition airing during football’s biggest weekend. Baltimore Humane Society’s dogs will enter the GEICO gridiron, alongside dozens of other pooches from animal shelters across the country, vying for the first-ever Super Senior Award. This one-hour special is hosted by award-winning animal advocate, Jill Rappaport.
The two dogs that will represent the Baltimore Humane Society in DOG BOWL III are Boomer, an 11-year-old neutered male mixed breed, and Molly, a nine-and-a-half-year-old spayed female Chihuahua mix. Both Boomer and Molly will enthusiastically give their all in competition and hope to fetch the prestigious Super Senior Award.
The action continues on Sunday, February 2 at 3PM ET/12PM PT with PUPPY BOWL XVI. For the last 16 years, Animal Planet’s PUPPY BOWL has owned the world’s cutest sporting event on television as two teams of the fluffiest and cuddliest line barkers and wide retrievers take to the gridiron for a playful game of terrier touchdown, puppy penalties and furry fumbles. Representing rescues and shelters from across the country, these adoptable four-legged players that make up #TeamRuff and #TeamFluff are serious when it comes to winning the Most Valuable Puppy title and more importantly…their forever homes. In past years, 100% of the puppies and kittens that have participated in PUPPY BOWL and DOG BOWL have been adopted to loving families.
See Animal Planet’s full release HERE.
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