"Bark in the Park" goes to the dogs to benefit the Animal Care Society
Keith Kaiser joins some friendly canines for some fun in the park.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - The 14th Annual Bark in the Park and Woof Walk on Saturday, September 23 brings two-legged and four-legged members of the community together.
From 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Seneca Park, people and their furry best friends can participate in all the fun.
Win prizes in canine-themed contests: Kissing Contest, Howl-o-ween Costume Contest, Pet/Owner Look Alike Contest and Dog of the Year. You can also participate in the silent auction and raffles & enjoy food, dog-themed booths, games and inflatables for the kids.
Micro-chipping for pets will be provided on-site by the Louisville Kennel Club for $20 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
7am - Run/Walk Registration Begins
8am - Woof Walk/Run Begins
9am - Vendor Booths Open
10am - Owner/Pet Look-A-Like Contest and Kissing Contest
10:30am - Costume Contest
11am - Agility Demo
11:30am - ACS Alumni Picture
11:30am - LMPD K-9 Unit
12pm - Cirque Louis
1:00pm - Dog of the Year Chosen
1pm - Silent Auction Concludes
Bark in the Park is at Seneca Park off Cannons Lane, near the tennis courts.
It benefits the Animal Care Society. The Animal Care Society is a private No-Kill adoption agency whose purpose is to find new, safe, and loving forever homes for adoptable dogs and cats.
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