Posted by: twodogtales | March 22, 2011

Three Pups in the Park Nationals games in 2011

Last year both of the Washington Nationals’ Pups in the Park games sold out, so this season, they’ve scheduled three!

The games are:

  • Saturday, May 14 at 1:05 p.m. vs. the Florida Marlins
  • Saturday, July 9 at 7:05 p.m. vs. the Colorado Rockies
  • Saturday, Sept. 24 at 1:05 p.m. vs. the Atlanta Braves

Photo from http://www.nationals.com website from 2010 Pups in the Park

Tickets are $20 for humans and $5 for dogs, and 100 percent of every dog ticket goes to help shelter animals at the Washington Humane Society.

The Nationals have set aside a seating area in the Outfield Reserved sections 140-143 for “Pups in the Park” participants. A limited number of tickets will be sold.

Ticket holders will receive an email with directions for entering the park, and a waiver requiring proof of rabies and bordetella vaccinations prior to the game date. The signed waiver must be turned in order for the dog to be admitted to the park.

An important thing to take into consideration before buying tickets is how well your dog will react to crowds, cheering, and especially the fireworks that go off when the Nationals hit a home run or win the game. While enjoying a great baseball game with your best four-legged pal is a treat, comforting a traumatized pooch is not.

All dogs must have an official dog ticket to enter the ballpark. To buy tickets for “Pups in the Park,” go to www.nationals.com/pups.

For more information or for group sales, contact Katherine Mitchell 202-640-7649 or Katherine.Mitchell@nationals.com.

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