Grammy Winner Randy Kohrs’ “Wutt’s the Mutt?” Contest Helps Agape Animal Rescue

A Grammy-winning record producer who has performed with such greats as Dolly Parton, Hank Williams III and Tom T. Hall is helping homeless pets take center stage thanks to a contest which features one of the Fidos who has a permanent gig in his heart and home.

Raising funds for Agape Animal Rescue in Nashville, Tennessee, for a $5 donation dog devotees can guess the top three breeds which make up the physical make-up of country music star Randy Kohrs’s mixed breed dog, Brindle Lee, who was once an emaciated stray before she came to stay with the entertainer.

To enter, watch the video (seen below) featuring Brindle Lee, then visit, click on the “Wutt’s The Mutt?” page and fill out the contest form.

This marks the second year for Randy Kohrs’s “Wutt’s the Mutt?” contest, which raised close to $1,000 for the paws cause in 2012.

“This all started as a birthday present to my wife. I gave her a DNA test for our rescued dog, Coulter, because we had always wondered exactly what she was,” Kohrs explains. Coulter is the mixed breed the couple adopted from the Nashville Metro Animal Control. “What started as a joke about having a betting pool for the results grew into a fun way to help support a worthwhile cause.”

The winners of “Watt’s the Mutt?” will be announced on April 11, 2013 at a Randy Kohrs & Friends benefit concert at The Station Inn in Nashville. (NOTE: The contest is not limited to Nashville residents.) Prizes include t-shirts from The Station Inn, autographed CD’s, accessories from Urbandillo, merchandise from Agape Animal Rescue, and more. A $15 ticket will offer an evening of performances by such animal-loving artists as Jack Pearson, Josh Shilling, Andy Reiss, Jay Weaver, John McTigue and more, with proceeds benefiting Agape Animal Rescue.

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About Grace Sydney

Grace Sydney is the Assistant Editor of and, covering celebrity-related rescue news. She operates the @HollywoodDogs Twitter account sharing information on celebrity fundraising for rescues and shelters.