2010 Bark At The Park at Frontier Field

Fans and their dog enjoy the game at the 2010 Bark At The Park. Photo (c) 2010 Wonder Dog Communications All rights reserved

Today was the annual Bark at the Park at Frontier Field, the day dog lovers get to take their pups to the ball game.

Rochester Animal Services had a table at the event, and volunteers with buckets and sponges cooled off the hot pups.

Baseball fans with dogs are restricted to the grassy area just past the outfield, and you might expect some excitement when you get almost 100 dogs in one space. But it was all quiet – in fact, very little barking at the park!

Here are some photos from the event : 

Note: all photos (c) 2010 Wonder Dog Communications. All rights reserved.

Rochester Animal Services volunteers

Dakota and her family enjoy the game

Three pups having fun at the game

All the dogs were on their best behavior at Bark at the Park

A RAS volunteer helps Charles the boxer cool off

Stopping by the RAS tent for a quick drink at the ball game

Raz's owner tries to get him to bark at the park, but Raz just wants his picture taken

All photos (c) 2010 Wonder Dog Communications. All rights reserved. For reprint info, send an email to joanne@joannebrokaw.com

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2 responses to “2010 Bark At The Park at Frontier Field

  1. You folks are trend setters. This is the cutest event I have ever seen; we’ve got to get somthing like this going at our ballparks in California! Now, I have to get, rent, borrow a puppy to fit in….sadly, we are a puppy-less home.

  2. You may be lonely when your son leaves for college! A puppy would be a great companion! 🙂 Woof!

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