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Orioles schedule second 'Bark at Oriole Park' event for July 25

The Baltimore Sun

The Orioles announced Tuesday that fans are invited to bring their dogs to games on Wednesday, July 25, and Wednesday, Sept. 12, with the purchase of a special ticket package, as the Orioles celebrate the first “Bark at Oriole Park” events at Camden Yards.

The Sept. 12 event had been previously announced, but a second mid-summer date has been added because of high demand.

Ticket packages with seating in the Left Field Lower Box are now available at www.orioles.com/barkatoriolepark. Dog tickets are $10 each and owners/friends tickets are $39 each. Each dog will receive a doggy bow tie upon entry. $5 from every ticket sold will benefit the Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care Shelter (BARCS) on July 25 and the Baltimore Humane Society on Sept. 12.

Tickets are expected to sell out quickly and no walk-up ticket sales will available on the day of the event. Additionally, “Bark at Oriole Park” tickets cannot be transferred or resold in any manner. A release and waiver form will be mailed with the tickets and must be signed and brought to the game for entry with each dog. Each ticket holder also must bring a copy of the dog’s vaccination form(s) to the game. All dogs will be required to have current Rabies and Bordetella vaccinations. All dogs must have ID tags, be on a leash at all times, and be accompanied by someone 18 years of age or older.

All dogs must remain in the designated “Bark at Oriole Park” locations throughout the game. A nearby pet relief area will be available, and dog owners must pick up any pet waste. No more than one dog per adult (18 years of age or older) will be permitted. Dogs must be at least 6 months old.

While there will be water stations and shaded areas available, the seating will be exposed to sun for a portion of the game. Fans are encouraged to bring spray bottles to keep dogs cool in case of heat and are asked to monitor their pets for signs of overheating. A veterinarian will be on hand in case of emergency, injury, or illness. It is the dog owner’s sole responsibility to care for and be in control of their pet while visiting Camden Yards.

“Bark at Oriole Park” is one of many new theme nights scheduled throughout the 2018 season.

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