Thursday, September 15, 2016

Chicago White Sox Set a Guiness Record

1,122 dogs showed up for the White Sox game!

Picture credited to chicago.suntimes.com
A bully get to enjoy a Chicago White Sox game
A Bully get to enjoy a Chicago White Sox game!


Good Morning America reports, the Chicago White Sox had a great day with the "Bark at the park" event. The event set a new and first Guinness record. According to the report, the dogs ( a min of 1,000 dogs) had to sit for ten minutes in the designated areas watching the game. The White Sox created the record at the beginning of third ending.That is impressive, specially with 1,122 dogs sitting all at once in their dedicated spot (GMA). 

What a great idea. I know, I would return to watching baseball in person, if I could bring my furry love one along with me. 

Also, the White Sox won by 8-1. Perhaps, the dogs brought them blessings or the other team was distracted by all the cute dogs. Either way, having the dogs at the park was a great idea, even got my attention.

Seeing all the Bullies welcome as well has made me a White Sox fan. Any organization or person that remains open to the Bully breed is worth interest. The world is slowly becoming a better place for the Bully. One day there will be no more violence against the Bully Breed. Events, such as the "Bark at the Park", helps us spread the true nature of the Bully breed. 

Plus, all the dogs that decided to dress for the White Sox were adorable. What great PR for the White Sox. Great Job Chicago reviving family entertainment with value, not gore or violence. We need entertainment that goes beyond eating and shopping. We need more events, such as the "Bark at the Park". We need more fun events, specially with the Bully breed. 

Would you want to take your dog or puppy to a game?  Leave a comment, tell me what is on your mind. 

Caring is sharing. Please share Bully Love & Devotion to spread education and animal awareness, while helping to find homes for dogs in need. 


No comments:

Post a Comment

Featured Post

Baylor's Football Player Caught Abusing His Dog On Camera Prior to Molesting the Dog

 Ishmael Zamora, A Wide Receiver for the Bears, Abusively Punish His Dog Picture found on  www.espn.com We need to send Ishma...