Bark in the Park – Dog Friendly Baseball Games 2018

For these special events, a section of the stands is reserved for people and their dogs.

Atlanta Braves
Back by popular demand, the Atlanta Braves are hosting Bark in the Park, presented by WAG-A-LOT, on Sunday, May 20 at SunTrust Park! You and your dog can come cheer on the Braves as they take on the Miami Marlins at 1:35 p.m. You’ll enjoy the game from the Xfinity Rooftop and every dog will receive a Braves leash to wear proudly around town! Tickets are very limited and must be purchased in advance, so lock in your plans now to join us at the ballpark.

Arizona Diamondbacks
Join the D-backs and our canine companions at Chase Field for Bark at the Park on Sunday, May 6 against the World Series Champion Houston Astros! Be sure to come early to participate in the pre-game Puppy Parade on the warning track at Chase Field.

Cincinnati Reds
Enjoy the fun of Bark in the Park all season long, and save along the way! The four (4) game Bark in the Park Season Pass will be $160 total and include one (1) DOG ticket and one (1) HUMAN ticket to each of the four (4) BITP games throughout the year. Bark in the Park dates: Reds vs. Mets – May 8; Reds vs. Colorado Rockies – June 5; Reds vs. Milwaukee – Aug. 29; Reds vs. Kansas City – Sept. 25.

Houston Astros
Bring your Astros Rally Pup to enjoy the game at our annual Dog Day at Minute Maid Park on Sunday, September 2nd. Your pup will love watching the Houston Astros take on the Los Angeles Angels at 1:10 pm and can participate in many of the fun, unique Dog Day activities such as a costume contest, pregame parade around the field, and more!

Kansas City Royals
The Kansas City Royals are excited to host Bark at the Park again in 2018! This year’s four events will be held on April 24, May 30, August 15 and September 12, 2018.

Los Angeles Dodgers
On Saturday April 14th, the Dodgers will hold Pups at the Park at Dodger Stadium. Fans that purchase a special event ticket in the Right Field Pavilion are invited to bring their dogs to the park and help cheer on their home team as the Dodgers host the Arizona Diamondbacks at 6:10pm.

Miami Marlins
Sunday, August 27th. Bring your pup to Marlins Park to celebrate our annual Bark at the Park event. For the second time this year, we want to pack the park with our furry friends! Tickets for you and your dog are located in our Vista Level Reserved when you purchase a special event ticket. Proceeds will support the Humane Society of Broward County.

Milwaukee Brewers
Don’t let sleeping dogs lie on Thursday, May 24, as all four-legged friends are welcome to cheer on the Crew as they face the Mets. Fans who purchase a ticket package for Bark at the Park, presented by Nylabone and Pets Add Life, will be able to bring their canine companion to the game, plus receive a Brewers dog leash. To top it off, a portion of all Bark at the Parkticket packages sold will go to the Wisconsin Humane Society and Animal Rescue Foundation.

New York Mets
Join the Mets, North Shore Animal League America and Animal Rescue Foundation for Bark At The Park at Citi Field! Bring your canine companion and support these no-kill animal rescue and adoption organizations. Bark at the Park dates: Mets vs. Philies – April 2; Mets vs. Colorado Rockies – May 5; Mets vs. Marlins – Sept. 10.

Oakland Athletics
Take your best furry friend out to the ballpark at the annual Bark at the Park event, presented by AvoDerm Natural & Nylabone. This year’s event will be held on June 29, when the A’s take on the Cleveland Indians. All dogs and owners are invited to a pregame party, as well as a Pup Parade on the field.

Pittsburgh Pirates
Bring your Pup to the ballpark EVERY Tuesday home game in 2018.

San Diego Padres
Enjoy America’s Favorite Pastime with your four-legged pal by your side in an elevated backyard-inspired setting at Petco Park. The Barkyard presented by Petco is a fan favorite and features five semi-private, dog-friendly viewing areas in left-center field for every Padres home game accommodating up to four people and two dogs. Pricing starts at $104 for each viewing area and includes four tickets. New this year, fans wishing to attend 10 or more games in The Barkyard will have access to a Flex Membership in The Barkyard along with Padres Flex Membership benefits. The designated Pet Relief Area in the Park at the Park is conveniently located nearby.

San Francisco Giants
Come celebrate National Dog Day by bringing your best friend to AT&T Park! Sunday, August 20 vs. Rangers 1:05PM. Strut your stuff in a pre-game parade and costume contest!

Seattle Mariners
Grab your dog and join us at Safeco Field for one of four (4) Bark at the Park Nights. Dog Pack includes a human ticket, dog ticket, Mariners giveaway and postgame walk around the bases for just $50. Bark at the Park dates: Mariners vs. Astros – April 17; Mariners vs. Rangers – May 29; Mariners vs. Angels – July 5; Mariners vs. Orioles – Sept. 5.

St. Louis Cardinals
On Saturday, May 5th, the St. Louis Cardinals host the 14th Annual Purina Pooches in the Ballpark. The purchase of a special ticket will grant you and your pooch the opportunity to enjoy the game in pet-friendly sections of the ballpark. You and your pooch are then invited onto the field to participate in a pre-game costume parade around the warning track. Pets are encouraged to show their Cardinals pride by wearing weather-appropriate team gear or their best summer-inspired costumes for a chance to win prizes and unique opportunities courtesy of Purina and the St. Louis Cardinals. All participants will receive a Purina goodie-bag and a Cardinals Pet Treat Jar courtesy of Purina.

Tampa Bay Rays
Sunday, April 15 at 1:10 p.m. vs. Philadelphia Phillies. The Tampa Bay Rays invite you and your puppy pal to Dog Day at the Rays presented by Tito’s Handmade Vodka – Vodka for Dog People at Tropicana Field when the Rays take on the Philadelphia Phillies! For just $30 ($40 value) this specially priced ticket package includes a seat for you and your best pal in the tbt* Party Deck, Rays Dog Day themed item and dog themed activities throughout the game.

Texas Rangers
Texas Rangers vs. Toronto Blue Jays. Bring your dog to Globe Life Park on Saturday, April 7, 2018! Dress your dog in their best Rangers gear and participate in a pre-game parade around the warning track. Don’t miss out on this unique event to watch the Rangers take on Toronto with your favorite furry friend!

Washington Nationals
Skip the dog park and come to Nationals Park! Pups in the Park Presented by Budweiser is a unique opportunity to bring your dog to a Nationals game. You and your dog will both get to enjoy the game with other dogs and dog lovers from seats in our pet-friendly Outfield Reserved section. We have 6 Pups in the Park games in 2018: Sunday, April 8 at 8:08pm vs. New York Mets; Sunday, April 29 at 1:35pm vs. Arizona Diamondbacks; Saturday, May 19 at 7:05pm vs. Los Angeles Dodgers; Saturday, June 23 at 4:05pm vs. Philadelphia Phillies; Friday, September 7 at 7:05pm vs. Chicago Cubs; Tuesday, September 25 at 7:05pm vs. Miami Marlins.

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Woof Woof Reviews: Sheraton Harborside Portsmouth Hotel, NH

Sheraton Harborside Portsmouth Hotel

Sheraton Harborside Portsmouth Hotel

Portsmouth, NH is pure beauty with all the New England charm and colonial homes you’d expect. It’s situated directly on the water. Woof Woof loved smelling the sea air and walking across the bridge that within a mile or two led to Maine. It’s just an hour drive away from Boston and the same from Portland, Maine.

The Sheraton Harbourside hotel was just as charming as Portsmouth itself. Woof Woof had an array of room choices available to him from standard rooms to suites that are dog friendly. He was given a homemade dog treat made by the pastry chef, Lea. She offers them to all the canines staying in the hotel.

When Woof Woof entered the suite he stayed in, he barely sniffed it. He didn’t look at the view. He just gave an approving this-is-home-for-a-few-days look. He alternated his room time between the bed and a comfy couch while I watched TV.

With the exception of when we ordered room service, the lobby was much more interesting to him. The restaurant area is in enveloped by two curved staircases with pillars separating seating from the lobby. He loved climbing up and down the staircase. Marcia, who works in both the hotel and room service, brought Woof Woof extra slices of bacon.

When he retired to bed, he was grateful for the dog bowls the hotel provides for a few sips of water. Definitely a warm place for any canine visitor.

 

Woof Woof’s Bark is a lifestyle site dedicated to providing the best information possible to overwhelmed pet parents of dogs and cats.

Woof Woof Reviews: Holiday Inn Express Tucson-Airport, AZ

Holiday Inn Express Tucson Airport

Holiday Inn Express Tucson-Airport
Whether it’s the first day or the last day of your vacation, sometimes you just need a hotel that’s close to the airport and offers everything you need for a restful stay from a shuttle to the airport to a great breakfast and a gym to workout afterwards. And of course, the warm welcome your dog or cat needs and deserves. That’s exactly where we’d place the Holiday Inn Tucson Airport.

It’s not a place to spend a whole vacation, but it’s a great place if you’re working at nearby offices or passing through Tucson for a day or two. For humans, there’s a pool and hot tub. The pet fee is reasonable at $25 per pet and works for the whole stay. All pets are accepted, so you can bring your dog, cat, ferret, parakeet, etc.

Woof Woof loved the free breakfast offered to all guests, and it was pretty healthy for him. He ate an egg white omelet and half a bagel. The room was comfy, but it was the staff that made his stay. He couldn’t walk the lobby without a staff member stopping to pet him.

 

Woof Woof’s Bark is a lifestyle site dedicated to providing the best information possible to overwhelmed pet parents of dogs and cats.