The Chicago White Sox held a Bark in the Park event tonight and honestly who cares what I have to say, look at the dogs. They’re all good, happy, curious, panting, slobbery dogs.
The Detroit Tigers hosted a bunch of far less intimidating critters at their first ever Bark At The Park this evening, and a bunch of nice good doggies attended their first baseball game. Here are some of the best doggos.
An Atlanta-area hot dog committed an act of cannibalism at today’s Bark in the Park event at Turner Field. You may remember a different dog at a different Bark in the Park who also wanted a hot dog. Unlike that unfortunate pup, our friend here succeeded. Good for him.
Yesterday was the annual "Bark in the Park" day in Atlanta, the only time—other than when the Reds are in town—when ticketholders must show proof they've been vaccinated against Parvo and Bordetella.
This is Treasure, everybody. Treasure's day yesterday probably began as most days do: Lots of eating, sleeping, and pooping—a comfortable, happy monotony occasionally interrupted by scratching, walking, and a few barks out the window at that kid who has the nerve to keep riding up and down the block on his bicycle.…