Bark in the Park is BACK! Bring your dog to the game, Sunday, July 24 for a special day at the park! "Pooch Passes" can be purchased for $5, which will be donated to the Lowell Humane Society. Passes are limited, so call the ticket office to order yours today!
Fans will have the opportunity to bring their canine friends to the ballpark for a day of socializing and baseball!
Pooch Passes guarantee admission to the game, as well as a spot in our pre-game "Pooch Parade." Owners and their dogs will be invited onto the field prior to the game, to take a lap led by our very own Canaligator!
"It is great to welcome our canine friends out to the ballpark, while helping the Lowell Humane Society," said Spinners Director of Media Relations Jon Goode. "My beagle, Lilly, is already wagging in excitement at all the new friends she looks forward to meeting."
Dogs of all breeds and sizes are welcome, although we recognize this event may not be for all dogs. All participants will be seated in designated Reserved Seating areas along the third base line and third base concourse. There will be designated areas for doggie restrooms and we will have "refueling" stations set up on the concourse with water to ensure no dog goes thirsty.
There will be contests throughout the game for dogs and owners alike, and of course appearances from Spinners favorites Emily Elizabeth and Clifford the Big Red Dog, as well as Jumpin' Jack Flash the Frisbee Dog.
Tickets for the seating section are limited, as are Pooch Passes. To ensure your seat, call the ticket office today at (978) 459-1702!
Bark in the Park Day is sponsored by Belvidere Veterinary Hospital, RuffHouse Dog Daycare, Pepsi and SuperCoups.
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