JESSICA GERKE: My name is Jessica Gerke, I am the PR manager for Helen Woodward Animal Center, and this is our seventh annual Surf Dog Surfathon. This is kind of the original surf dog event. We have thousands of people out here, tons of dogs surfing, so many animal lovers. It’s really incredible to see how much we can bond with our animals in all sorts of ways that we never knew we could. ANDRA LEW: Good girl. That’s my princess. Her name is Kalani. It means heavenly one in Hawaiian. She’s four and a half years old, and she’s been surfing since she was five months. I don’t know if you’ve seen her antics out there, but she seems to get turned around. She’s very playful. Her tail is always wagging back and forth. -Good job, girlfriend. ANDRA LEW: She does a lot of different active sports. She’s a real agile dog. -Kalani! Oh, girlfriend! Oh, yay, Kalani! MICHAEL UY: Come. Come, come. Oh, good girl. I’m Michael Uy, and this is Abby, the surfing dog.She’s a two time Guinness World Record holder, and she’s an Australian Kelpie. She was a rescue dog. She’s six now. She’s been surfing for about 5 and 1/2 years. We got her as a pup, and she was a sheltered dog, so we had to rehabilitate her, and we took her out to the water a lot. She just picked up the surfing thing on her own. She is the best dog partner ever. We’ve done surfing together, paragliding, we’ve go mountain biking. Climbs trees with me. We go hiking. She does everything. So she’s just a great outdoor, adventure loving dog. We try to have fun. Abby’s favorite thing to eat is rabbits. She’s probably like, why did I get stuck with this crazy human? -Good boy, . .