21st Annual Buda Lions Wiener Dog Races | April 28 & 29, 2018

Have you ever seen a wiener dog race? Here’s your chance! “Wonder Wieners” is the theme of Buda’s annual dachshund race, and every spring, people come to watch from all over the area. 

The 21st annual Buda Lions Wiener Dog Races is super-fun family event, and tickets are only $5.00 per person over 12, and FREE For kids 12 and under. The annual races, which are in their 21st year, are April 28 and 29 at Buda City Park. Festivities start at 8 a.m. and end at 6 p.m., while the wiener dog races begin at 10 a.m. All proceeds go toward the Buda Lions Club. Want to enter your very own wiener dog? The entry form can be found on the Buda Lions Club page.  

The money raised at this event goes right back into the community. The Buda Lions Club supports kids’ vision screening events at the local schools, donating funds towards local school scholarships, and helping out the Texas Lions Camp, which is a camping facility for children with physical disabilities.

Also at the event, you’ll find Arts & Crafts vendors, an assortment of food vendors, kids games, a BBQ cook-off, and a bake-off. 

New this year: a separate mixed breed set of races.  

Firehouse Animal Health Center is the official event vet, and they have a fantastic contest for attendees, so stop by to visit them!  They will be givng away pet goodies & T-shirts to everyone who stops by their booth!

Firehouse Animal Health Center is a full-service veterinary hospital with five locations in Central Texas. They combine state-of-the-art medical care, innovative design, thoughtful communication, excellent client service and a focus on total wellness to create comfortable, stress-free experiences for people and their pets. Want to give them a try? We have a $55 coupon right here. 

You’ll find the full schedule of events here. Mosey on down and park at Cabela’s, which is free, and complimentary shuttles will be provided to Buda City Park. See you there! 

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