Founded in 2002 by Scott Wilson and Aaron Hurlbut, the Bathtub Dogs is an all-male a cappella group that brings more to the stage than just music. Fun and humor are as much a part of the group as their inspiring vocal talent as this group of guys strives to entertain a crowd.

The Dogs have come a long way since their founding in 2002. Their first album, Let 'em Riot, was released in the summer of 2004, and was followed by Outloud in the spring of 2006. The Dogs' third studio album Studio 354 was released on December 6, 2008 at their Fall Show. The Bathtub Dogs have ventured into the national a cappella scene by competing in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA's). In 2005 the group placed second at the Divisional level at Michigan State and fourth in the International Quarterfinals at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The Dogs also competed in the ICCA's in 2006 at Washington University in St. Louis, and in 2007 at the University of Illinois in Champaigne-Urbana.

Closer to home, the Dogs have had the privilege of performing at the Lied Center for Performing Arts twice, once as part of the Free at Six series in 2005, as well as the 2007 Spring concert. They have entertained crowds on campus at philanthropy events such as ACS Relay for Life, Dance Marathon and a 2008 collaborative performance with African music and dance group, The Chosen, to raise money for The AIDS Orphan Education Trust (AOET). The Dogs have also done a number of private performances spanning from Omaha to North Platte including the retirement of John Gottschalk where they had the privilege of introducing Miss America, and the 75th Anniversary celebration of Barmore Drug in Lexington, NE. The Dogs regularly perform at Christmas parties, corporate events, birthday parties, and wedding receptions.