Take Your Dog Out to the Ballgame!

Bark in the Park, presented by Idexx- August 25th

By Portland Sea Dogs | August 10, 2017 10:33 AM ET

Portland, Maine - The Portland Sea Dogs will host "Bark in the Park" on Friday, August 25th when the Sea Dogs host the Binghamton Rumble Ponies (Mets) at 7:00 PM at Hadlock Field, presented by Idexx Laboratories. Take your dog out to the ballgame and enjoy a baseball game with the entire family.

The Sea Dogs will open a special section located along the left-field line in the ballpark for fans to be able to attend a Sea Dogs game with their beloved dogs. Tickets for the special dog section of the ballpark are $9.00 for adults, children, and dogs.  Only 300 tickets are available. Tickets for you and your dog can be purchased by calling the Sea Dogs' Box Office at 879-9500 or online at www.seadogs.com. $3.00 from every ticket purchased will be donated to the Animal Refuge League. All dogs must have a ticket to come to the game.

Gates open for the Bark in the Park at 5:30 PM, and there will be a special entrance on the third base side of the stadium for the dogs and their owners. There will be a doggie parade at 6:15 PM in which fans may parade around the warning track with their dogs, led by Slugger the Sea Dog. Doggie Valets will be on hand to care for pets while people visit the Hadlock Field concourse. The event is B.Y.O.B. (bring your own bag).

The Sea Dogs are also proud to partner with Allagash Brewing for the event. Allagash Brewing will also be serving their new Brett IPA and Allagash White in the Bark in the Park area. $1.00 from every Allagash beer sold will also be donated to Animal Refuge League.

Season Ticket Holders, who wish to attend with their dog, should contact the Sea Dogs Ticket Office for details. 

Tickets for all Sea Dogs' home games are available and can be ordered by calling the Sea Dogs Ticket Office at 207-879-9500 or online at www.seadogs.com. Book Your Nine Inning Vacation Today!

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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