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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Bark in the Park at LA Dodgers

Guess what? This Saturday, May 26th I'll be at Dodger Stadium for the 3rd Annual Bark in the Park presented by Natural Balance Pet Foods. You can even bring your dog, if you pre-register.

You can come early for the pre-game Pup Rally & Pup Parade. Hope to see you there. For more information, visit the Dodger's website
Here's is the info from the Dodgers:
The Academy Gate, located at 828 Academy Road, Los Angeles, CA 90012 will open at 4:10 pm. The fun begins at 5:10 pm with a pre-game "Pup Rally" in Parking Lot G between the Left and Right Field Pavilions. Please be sure to arrive early! Each pup and their owners will check in at this location and receive a goodie bag. The rally will feature a Tillman skateboarding demo as well as contests including:
  • Dog that looks most like Tillman
  • Dog that shows most Dodger Spirit
  • Biggest Dog
  • Smallest Dog
Immediately following the "Pup Rally" fans will parade around the warning track of the field with their dogs.
The Dodgers will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Los Angeles.
All dog owners must bring proof of current vaccinations including rabies and all canine infectious diseases. (Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis (optional), Parainfluenza, Parvo virus, & Corona virus (optional); Kennel Cough (Bordatella); and Rabies). All dogs must wear an identification tag to the game and be accompanied by someone 18 years of age or older. If you are purchasing tickets for others, they will also need to sign a waiver upon check in. Please make sure each person in your group fills out a waiver prior to arrival at the ballpark to ensure smooth check-in. Dogs must be 6 months or older in order to attend and must have their own ticket.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Woof, I Did It (Again)!

Woof, Woof, I did it (again). Yep, I "threw" out the first pitch at a Major League Baseball game at the Texas Rangers. Being at an MLB game in the great state of Texas was inspiration enough, but imagine how cool this was...it was all part of "Bark in the Park" sponsored by the good folks at Natural Balance Pet Foods and Petco. This Bark in the Park was especially cool because there were around 800 dogs who attended the baseball game. I think that is a new record of some sort...it felt like zillions of dogs. It made me drool a little seeing and hearing the dogs barking and cheering me on as I delivered a near-perfect "pitch" to kick off the game. Baseball is an all-American past-time, and I'm so proud to have been a part of it. It was also very cool to meet so many fans at the game. Life is good.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Bark in the Park: Texas Rangers!

Today is another Bark in the Park event! I'm really psyched that I'll be there tonight, meeting fans and other pawsome dogs too. To bring your dog to Bark in the Park, you had to pre-register. Tonight's game for dogs is already sold out! Wow. Here is some information from the Texas Rangers:
"If you have pre-registered for 2012 Bark in the Park and purchased tickets for this night and have not submitted your dog's vaccination records, please do so immediately by faxing them to 817-273-5190. You will not be able to pick up your tickets or be allowed into Rangers Ballpark in Arlington without vaccination records on file for your dog. We recommend you contact your veterinarian regarding other vaccinations that may suit your dog's needs. All dogs must wear an ID tag to the game.
As a reminder, the Bark in the Park Will Call table and the Third Base Gate will open at 4:30 p.m., and lines will form on the Third Base Ramp from 5:00 to 6:15 p.m. The on-field parade will begin at approximately 6:15 p.m."

Hope to see some of you at the Rangers game tonight!

Monday, May 14, 2012

Does This Bus Make My Butt Look Big?

Sometimes being a world famous bulldog like me can be a little overwhelming. Take for instance my RV tour bus. It's totally pawsome to have a huge luxury bus like this to travel in, but even I had to wonder about the graphics on it. I mean, don't get me wrong I think I'm a total stud, but looking at this photo I have to ask myself, does this bus make my butt look big? Is this really how my butt looks from behind? (pardon the pun). I never noticed, partly because I'm usually busy skating, but also because as a dude I really don't care what my butt looks like. Unless, that is, having a nice butt can help me meet chicks. Hmmmm.

Friday, May 11, 2012

I'll Always Remember The Alamo!

I am one lucky dog. I get to travel the USA meeting friends and fans. From the boardwalks of Santa Monica, California to the streets of New York City. I love to show off my skating skills. But my recent trip to San Antonio Texas was one trip I'll always remember: The Alamo! They let me have a nice open space right out in front, and I was able to do my stuff! All I needed was a cowboy hat. Maybe one day I'll get one of those, too. Have you ever been to the Alamo?