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The Humane Society of Missouri and Purina® Present Bark in the Park

Bark in the Park

5k Run, 1-Mile Walk and Family Festival

Saturday, May 17 from
9am to 1pm at Cricket Field
in Forest Park…

Benefits Humane Society of Missouri Animal Cruelty Fund

The Humane Society of Missouri and Purina® present Bark in the Park, the largest dog festival in the Midwest! The annual event will be held Saturday, May 17, 9am – 1pm at Cricket Field in Forest Park.

Tim Ezell, animal lover and popular TV personality from KTVI, will serve as the roving reporter for this year’s Bark in the Park and will be taking the first-ever…
…BARK IN THE PARK SELFIE!

Event-goers can be part of history by smiling with Tim, their favorite pooch and thousands of their four-legged friends. Once taken, the Humane Society of Missouri will tweet it out via their Twitter handle (@HSMO) and encourage their fans to help raise awareness of the Animal Cruelty Fund by re-tweeting the image. Those interested in being part of one of the largest, cutest and furriest selfies should meet by the Walk Start at 10 a.m.

The smiles continue at the doggie photo booth where you, along with your best friend can show off your playful personalities, dress up and have your photo snapped.

Other activities include:

  • 5k Run, 1-Mile Walk
  • Pancake breakfast
  • Performances by the Purina®
  • Incredible Dog Team
  • Heartgard® and Frontline®
  • Interactive Family Fun Center
  • Agility course and pet contests
  • Children’s fun area
  • Barn Buddy farm animals from Longmeadow Rescue Ranch
  • Pet adoptions and microchipping
  • Ask the Vet
  • Silent auction and gift shop
  • St. Louis’ best food trucks

Saturday, May 17; 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
5k Run/Walk begins at 9 a.m.; 1-mile Walk for Animals begins at 11 a.m. Rain or shine!
Cricket Field in Forest Park

Cost: Registration for the 5k, dog walk and festival is $35 per person, which includes an official Bark in the Park t-shirt. Kids 12 and under and dogs are free! For more information or to register, visit hsmo.org/bark.

All proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Missouri Animal Cruelty Fund— dedicated to investigating, healing and preventing animal abuse.

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