Bark In The Park

The Frisco RoughRiders minor league baseball team are bringing back Bark In The Park for their 2017 season. Bark In The Park nights are when baseball fans can bring their dogs to the ballpark for fun, games, and dog-related activities. The first 500 dogs to attend the game will receive some doggy RoughRider merchandise. The game is open to everyone whether or not you bring a dog, which means it is a leashed event. All dog owners and their pups will be able to enter the park through a designated “doggie gate.” To enter the game, the owner must show up-to-date vaccination records and sign a liability waiver. Owners and their dogs will sit in the Grass Berm seating section. Unfortunately, dogs will not be allowed to enter the seating bowl at any time. Water will be provided in the Grass Berm section, as well as doggie splash pools. Dogs do not need a ticket, but their human friends will need one. There will also must be one human per dog entering the park, even for families with multiple dogs, the 1:1 ratio will apply.

Where:

Dr. Pepper Ballpark, 7300 Roughriders Trail, Frisco, TX

When:

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 7:05pm

Cost:

Tickets are $7.57 plus taxes and fees for the Grass Berm section.

About Lone Star Dental

Dr. Vahadi and the team at Lone Star Dental Care invest in training and technology for treatments such as dental sedationpinhole surgerylaser surgery, and implant dentistry, in addition to to a wide variety of general dentistry treatments. This expertise allows us to provide more comprehensive dental care for you and your family. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Vahadi, call 972-335-7100. We proudly welcome patients from Frisco and all surrounding communities, including Dallas, Plano, McKinney, Prosper, The Colony, Carrollton, Lewisville, and more.

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