Here's a better shot of 's 4-foot, 12-pound Aggie dog.
Here's another look at the Aggie Dog, in case you want to make this your screen saver or are on a diet where looking at pictures of food counts as eating.
Aggie, sometimes referred to as the Aggie Dawg or Aggie Dog, is the official of , a in , . Aggie can be seen representing the athletic teams on the sideline of football games at and at during games. Although the physical representation of the athletic teams is a bulldog, the term "Aggie" has a historical connection to the university's agricultural roots as a .
Aggie Guide Dogs and Service Dogs, or AGS for short, is open to everyone in the Brazos Valley, though most of our members are current students. Our meetings are every other week on Wednesday and we have Campus Trainings the Monday of that same week. That monstrosity at the beginning of the video is the "Aggie Dog," a 4-foot, 12-pound hot dog covered in enough toppings to constitute a meal of its own.Gone are the days of restraint, especially when it comes to culinary options. Those with premium suite or club seats will have expanded menu options, including this four-foot, 12-pound “Aggie dog.”The Aggie Dog was created by the school's Aggie Hospitality executive chef, David Picou, though it's not the only new thing to nosh on at Kyle Field. Picou's smoked brisket is available at concession stands, and there are now more than twice as many places to purchase food and drinks inside the stadium, according to .The Aggie Dog is available to fans sitting in the new club seats and luxury suites, one of the major changes to Kyle Field as part of a renovation that included expanding the capacity to 102,733, making it the largest stadium in the SEC by just 57 seats more than the Tennessee Volunteers' Neyland Stadium.That monstrosity at the beginning of the video is the "Aggie Dog," a 4-foot, 12-pound hot dog covered in enough toppings to constitute a meal of its own.Aggie Guide-Dogs & Service-Dogs (AGS) is a student-run organization at Texas A&M University that began in 1997. Our purpose is to educate about, fundraise for, and promote the training and use of service dogs and to increase awareness about how these animals help the individuals with disabilities who use them.A: Aggie Guide-Dogs and Service-Dogs is a student run organization that was founded on the Texas A&M campus in 1997. Patriot Paws of Aggieland is a satelite branch of the national organization, Patriot Paws, that is based in Rockwall, Texas. When AGS dogs graduate, they are donated to phase II organizations around the country, such as Power Paws in Arizona, Made in Texas Assistance Dogs in Texas, and Paws Assisting Veterans in Oregon. Patriot Paws of Aggieland's dogs go to the Rockwall headquarters for their phase II training and placement. In regards to placement, Patriot Paws' dogs are placed with wounded veterans - AGS dogs are placed with individuals with varying disabilities, including but not limited to wounded veterans.