The event had been sponsored by many local businesses who brought raffle prizes for event goers to win from donating money to the charities that Escobar had set. Even though he could accomplish something no one has ever done before with so many dogs it was not as easy as it looks. There was a lot of preparation involved weeks prior to the record breaking event. He had trained with each dog to make sure that every dog was going to stay on the paddle board long enough for all dogs to be on. He wanted all the dogs to be able to feel comfortable swimming as well as be comfortable with each other.
It probably helped that most of the dogs were French bulldogs all different sizes and different color coats. With all the hard work that Escobar put into this event he could pull it off without a hitch! He successfully got all 31 of the dogs on the large stand up paddle board. Great job, to all the people who were involved with raising almost 5,000 dollars for Escobar’s select charities. What a wonderful record to break