Paleontologist’s log: Sun., Aug. 23 – Footsteps rumble behind you as you fall forward through the thick, dense underbrush. You’re tired and thirsty. You stumble out of the woods and come across … a dog dressed as a Velociraptor?
“Welcome to Jurassic Bark!” a man greets you, handing you a bag. Still a bit confused, you rustle through the bag to find a pamphlet declaring you’ve arrived at Animal Friends’ Jurassic Bark in the Park.
“Sounds like a good place to hide from those raptors,” you think, as you start walking toward the tents!
While our guests won’t really be chased by raptors, Animal Friends returns to North Park with this year’s Jurassic Bark in the Park, our annual end-of-summer dog walk – guaranteed to be a dino-mite time! We’re going back to our classic format of a morning dog walk and summer festival.
Visit our adoptable dinos animals but beware – you might just meet your match! You’re sure to find something to please the whole family at Jurassic Bark this year, including a wide variety of vendors in Dinosaur Alley, games, activities and dogs in dinosaur costumes!
While we might be Barking in a different park this year, prepare for the same fun and a great morning full of adoptable animals and smiles!
Visit www.ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org/Bark2015 to register now and start raising funds for the homeless animals at Animal Friends! Winner of the fundraising contest gets to have their pup be the face of next year’s Bark in the Park!