Miami dog show turns into massive brawl after contestants demand reimbursement for dog losses

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Let’s go for the dogs! Insane mass brawl breaks out at Miami’s ‘Bully Takeover’ dog show after women demand refunds because their pets failed to win awards.

  • Massive brawl erupted at the Miami Bully Takeover dog show on Saturday after a group of women were denied reimbursement for the event
  • They would have been upset if their doggies didn’t win the competition
  • Before the chaos erupted, event organizers told the women: “I don’t care what it is, there’s no refund. I’m not giving *** – there is there is no refund ‘
  • The fight quickly escalated with video of the incident showing people throwing punches, grabbing hold of and sending chairs flying across the room
  • The situation was under control in about five minutes, but organizers were forced to shut down the rest of the event
  • No arrests have been made and no injuries to people or animals have been reported










A massive brawl broke out at a Miami dog show after angry contestants were reportedly denied refunds for the event.

A group of women, whose dogs took part in the Bully Takeover pet show on Saturday at the DoubleTree hotel at the Miami Airport Convention Center, were upset that their dogs did not enter the contest, PPV reported.

They pushed event planners to get their money back and were greeted with, “I don’t care what it is, there’s no refund. I don’t care, there is no refund.

Footage from the incident shows violent chaos, with people throwing punches, grabbing hold of each other and sending chairs flying across the room. Officials say the fighting escalated quickly as others rushed to get involved.

Although hotel security took control of the situation almost as quickly as the brawl broke out, organizers still had to halt the rest of the event.

Massive brawl broke out at Miami dog show after angry contestants were denied reimbursement for event

A group of women, whose pooches took part in the Bully Takeover pet show on Saturday at the DoubleTree hotel at the Miami Airport Convention Center, were upset that their dogs did not participate in the contest.

A group of women, whose pooches took part in the Bully Takeover pet show on Saturday at the DoubleTree hotel at the Miami Airport Convention Center, were upset that their dogs did not participate in the contest.

Dogs and handlers from all over America came to the DoubleTree Hotel for the show, as they tried to

Dogs and handlers from all over America came to the DoubleTree Hotel for the show, as they tried to “prove who the better dog was.”

Dogs and handlers from across America came to the DoubleTree Hotel on Saturday for the Miami Bully Takeover, as they tried to “prove who the better dog was.”

Although the bully is in the name, dogs of all breeds were welcome to compete.

According to the Miami Herald, the brawl erupted around 7 p.m. and was brought under control in about five minutes.

Authorities said no one had been arrested and no dogs or humans were injured.

Neither the dog show nor the hotel immediately responded to DailyMail.com’s request for comment.

After the chaos subsided, some attendees expressed frustration with the fight.

“You know people don’t know how to react, that’s why, you know, we don’t say a lot, we just have the best dogs,” one witness explained.

“Honestly if that had never happened my dog ​​would have won this contest,” said another.

An organizer of the event reportedly told the instigators: “I don't care what it is, there is no refund.  I don't care, there is no refund '

An organizer of the event reportedly told the instigators: “I don’t care what it is, there is no refund. I don’t care, there is no refund ‘

Footage from the incident <a class=shows people throwing punches, grabbing hold of and throwing chairs across the room” class=”blkBorder img-share” style=”max-width:100%” />

Footage from the incident shows people throwing punches, grabbing hold of and throwing chairs across the room

Officials say the fight escalated quickly as others rushed to get involved

Although hotel security took control of the situation almost as quickly as the brawl broke out, organizers still had to halt the rest of the event.

Officials say the fighting escalated quickly as others rushed to get involved. Although hotel security took control of the situation almost as quickly as the brawl broke out, organizers still had to halt the rest of the event.

Meanwhile, social media users are expressing their distaste for the behaviors of dog owners.

“And just like that, even the dogs behaved better than the owners!” Pete, who goes by @ surguy74 on Instagram, commented on a video of the fight.

“Great customer service” no refunds, I don’t give AF “will generally go well,” mocked @ el_duke911.

“And that’s when the world realized that it was never the dogs that were violent…” wrote Derek Schwartz.

Another said: “That would never happen at a Pomeranian show.”

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