Puppypalooza 2014

It may have been a hot one last night, but that didn’t stop dogs from all over the city from coming out to see the Indians take on the Angels at the annual Puppypalooza game. The puppypalooza tickets were sold out, so there were a lot of dogs – large and small – in attendance.

As it turned out, Hunter is not as big of a baseball fan as I hoped he would be. There was a little too much activity, and noise, for Hunter’s tastes. We still had fun though seeing all of the dogs at the game, and cooling off in the doggie pools. The pools were probably Hunter’s favorite part.

Here are some photos from the event:

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Hunter relaxed a little as it cooled off, but I’m not sure it’s something I’d do with him again. If you have a dog that is ok with loud noises, this is a really fun event and a great way to get out and spend some time with your dog.

Luckily we got out right before it started raining. And since they ended up losing, we didn’t miss much.

Did you go to the game? I’d love to see your photos! Share them on the Facebook page – Facebook.com/dogsinthecle  or on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #dogsinthecle (We’re on Instagram as HunterintheCLE)

Thanks to my friend Annie (the official-unofficial Dogs in the CLE photographer) for taking most of these pics, since my camera died, and  more importantly, because she has a better camera.


Author: dogsinthecle

The source for what to do with your dog in Cleveland.

2 thoughts on “Puppypalooza 2014”

    1. Yeah, it’s kinda hit or miss with Hunter. He’s usually good when there’s a lot of dogs and crowds, but I didn’t think about the noise factor. The first bang of the drum made him want to run out of there. I don’t think it helped that it was so hot too. All the other dogs seemed to be having fun though!


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