Cincinnati Reds Help Dogs in Need with Bark in the Park Games

A team with major league love for their four-legged fans, dogs and their pet parents can cheer for the Cincinnati Reds during four Bark in the Park games that will help to pitch the option of pet adoption to the public.

Baseball Fun for Your Dog

Presented by Rachael Ray Nutrish and Kroger, before each Bark in the Park game at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio baseball buffs and their barking buddies can enjoy an array of dog-friendly activities:

  • Rovers who dream of running the bases can tap into their inner Jackie Robinson or Johnny Bench as they promenade in a pre-game pet parade with their human parent on the track surrounding the field.
  • Attendees can shop with their dog among vendor booths at the pet expo, and meet adorable, adoptable dogs from SPCA Cincinnati who want to “play ball!” with a forever pet parent.
  • For an additional donation to SPCA Cincinnati, baseball buffs and their barking buddies can pose for a souvenir photo in front of a Reds backdrop.

Bark in the Park Game Days

  • May 3:  Reds versus the Pittsburgh Pirates
  • June 7:  Reds take on the St. Louis Cardinals
  • August 29:  Reds go up against the New York Mets
  • September 21:  Reds face the Cardinals

How to Get Bark in the Park Tickets

Tickets: $50 for a single game package, which includes one person and one dog. Additional tickets for human attendees can be purchased for $30 each. Sports lovers who want to attend each Bark in the Park with their tail-wagging chum can purchase a four-game season pass for $160, which includes one human ticket, one dog ticket, and an exclusive giveaway item.  All seats for pet parents and pups attending Bark in the Park games are located in sections 136 – 139.

Requirements

  • Fans who bring their dogs to a Bark in the Park event must sign a waiver stating that their dog is up to date on his vaccinations.
  • All dogs must be leashed.
  • Pet parents are responsible for cleaning up after their dog and must bring appropriate disposal items.

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About Grace Sydney

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