Bark In The Park Back In Action May 21

Bark in the Park
A Walk for Animals and Country Fair
Presented by the Humane Society of Missouri and PurinaONE®
Saturday, May 21 • 10 a.m.-3 p.m. (rain or shine) Walk begins at 11 a.m.
Cricket Field in Forest Park

Grab a leash, lace up your sneakers and get ready for the largest dog event in the St. Louis area! Bring your best canine friend and don’t forget your friends and family. Spend the day with thousands of other dog lovers, enjoying incredible performances by the Purina Incredible Dog Team, guiding your dog through an exciting agility course or bouncing around in the family fun activity area.
• Amazing free-style performances by the Purina® Incredible Dog Team
• Fantastic Family Fun – including games, interactive activities and inflatable play area sponsored by Heartgard®/ Frontline®
• Agility course — fun for you and your pooch
• Dog-inspired sand sculpture in progress!
• Performances by The Cadence – a dynamic drum troop
• Meet Longmeadow Rescue Ranch Barn Buddies
• Finger lickin’ country fair food court
• Unique, interesting Missouri-based vendors
Sign your pooch up to strut his/her stuff in our PET CONTESTS with emcee Y98’s Jen Myers!
– Best Dressed Canine
– Best Pet Stunt/Trick
– Best Dog & Owner Dance
– Best Yodel/Howl
– Doggie Derbies
Make a Difference for Homeless Animals! Proceeds go to Humane Society’s Animal Cruelty Fund – investigating, healing and preventing animal abuse.
Sign up online at hsmo.org/bark or join us on May 21st and register on-site. $25 Adult/ $5 Children 15 and Under/ Children 3 and under are Free.
All pets in attendance at Bark in the Park must have current vaccinations, including DHPP and Rabies. Pets must wear I.D. tags and be on a leash at all times. No retractable leashes please. No dogs under four months of age or in any stage of heat are permitted. Pets must be under control during event.
For info visit online at hsmo.org/bark.

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