Every Meet-Up, we explore the wonderful world of dog breeds, bringing together our community to celebrate their unique traits and the joy they add to our lives. This Sunday, we’re excited for a special breed mash-up: Huskies and Malamutes, where the wild spirit of the north meets our local love for dogs!
As we marvel at the adventurous essence of Siberian Huskies and the robust heartiness of Alaskan Malamutes, we’re also thrilled to announce that Pawsperity will be joining us with a promotional table. Since 2016, Pawsperity has been making a significant impact by helping uplift families from generational poverty through job training in the art of dog grooming. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about their mission and how you can support their cause.
For those looking to engage further, don’t miss the Pawsperity Pup Pageant on April 6th. It’s not just a chance to show off your pup’s charisma but also a way to contribute to a noble cause. Check out the details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/862626782264433/
Bring your Husky, Malamute, or any splendid mix of these breeds this Sunday and enjoy exclusive offers: half-price draft beers and $5 off your first dog entry fee. Let’s celebrate the spirit of the north and the impactful work of Pawsperity at our Meet-Up event!
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. During peak season (April-October), the cost on Saturday & Sunday increases to $15 for your first dog, $5 for each additional dog. You can complete the Guest Entry Form in advance by following the link below or fill it out at our Front Desk.
DOG ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
- 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 one of our on-leash patios. 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.