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2nd Annual Take Your Dog to Work Day at Bar K!

June 21 @ 9:00 am - 9:00 pm

Join us for the 2nd Annual Take Your Dog to Work Day at Bar K! 🐾

Come hang out with us on June 21st as we celebrate National Take Your Dog to Work Day! Start the morning with some fresh Not Your Average Joes coffee then enjoy our special lunch menu from 11-2p. As you work or relax with your dog, enjoy the backdrop of live music from 2-4p featuring local artist and Bar K staple, Rocky Kanaga. Once work is done, unwind during Yappy Hour from 4-6p!

What’s happening:

  • 9-11a Morning Kickoff: Not Your Average Joes coffee to fuel your day
    • Free drip coffee offered from 9-11a! Look for the NYAJ Van in the Dog Park to get your cup and for a cute photo opportunity with your pup to commemorate the day
  • 11a-2p Lunch Specials: Enjoy our unique menu tailored for you and your dog
  • 2-4p Live Music: Featuring Rocky Kanaga on Seresto Stage
  • 4-6p Yappy Hour: Great deals on snacks and select beverages
  • Hourly Drawings: Win amazing prizes throughout the day from our partners and on-site vendors such as Hollywood Feed, Benebone, Brutus Broth, Coop Ale Works, Not Your Average Joes and more!

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with fellow dog lovers, get some work done, and enjoy music and fun!


As always, entry is free for humans and Bar K Members. For Non-Members bringing a dog, entry is $10 for the first dog and $5 for each additional dog in the household. Saturday & Sunday increases to $15 for your first dog, $5 for each additional dog.


  • Must be current on vaccinations (Rabies, DHLPP/Da2PP and Bordetella)
  • Must be properly socialized for group play
  • Must be at least 12 weeks old
  • Must have an ID tag at all times (if you don’t have one, we will provide at our Front Desk) 
  • Puppies who are under 25 lbs AND under six months of age are allowed in the Small Dog Park only, or on our on-leash patio. This is because puppies of that age and size may not have the experience or physical ability to play safely among large adult dogs. Once your puppy is over 25lbs or 6 months of age, they are permitted to play in the All Dog Park.


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