A Sunday evening game you can bring your dog to? Sold.

It’s the best of both worlds for dog lovers and baseball fans. Game day at the ballpark with a cold drink in one hand, a hot dog in the other and your four-legged friend next to you. It’s called Bark at the Park and for that one day the ballpark becomes a dog park. Or would that make it a ballbark?

Sunday, August 15, is the next opportunity this season for canine-loving fans to take their pooch to a baseball game. With the exception of trained service animals, dogs are not normally permitted inside the park so the handful of times during the season the team does Bark at the Park are the rare occasions one can spend the evening watching the Boys of Summer alongside Man’s Best Friend.

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And, bonus, the first 300 dogs through the Missouri Gate that day will receive a new El Paso Chihuahuas leash. Who’s a good boy? Besides ‘my Oscar’. That’s right, your well-behaved, newly leashed dog is.

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Bark at the Park Rules

• Owners must sign a waiver upon entry. Download and sign it HERE in advance
• Owners must show proof their canine friend is current on all its vaccinations
• One dog per seat holder.
• Owners will be required to always have their canine friends on a leash.
See list of all rules HERE

What to Know Before You Go

Does the dog need its own ticket? If you feel your dog will fit in the space of your seat, then you do not need to purchase an additional ticket. However, if the dog is larger, it will need its own ticket.

Where do dogs enter? All dogs MUST ENTER through the Missouri Gate entrance. You will have to sign a waiver and produce proof of up-to-date vaccinations.

Where can dogs sit? Dogs are allowed to sit in any section. However, they CANNOT be in inside hospitality areas including but not limited to: Santa Fe Pavilion, Sun Kings Saloon, Suites, WestStar Bank Club, City Hall Grill, etc.). Pets ARE NOT allowed in the lawn area and Team Shop.

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