Fetch and Fish Canine Show Draws Big Crowd

Fetch and Fish Canine Show Draws Big Crowd

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MOBILE, Alabama - There are many seminars and demonstrations to see at the Mobile Boat Show at the Outlaw Convention Center, but one of those acts is catching the eyes of visitors.

It is called the Fetch and Fish Canine Show, and it involves four labrador retrievers named Dorito, Cheeto, Frito, and Slick.

For nearly 20 years, Jason Reynolds has traveled with his portable aquarium and his dogs to put on shows like the one he performed at the boat show.

Along with demonstrations about lures and bait, Reynolds uses his dogs to entertain the many children brought along to the boat show.

Reynolds says about 90 percent of those who one boats also own dogs, so the dog show is a perfect fit at the boat show.




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