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PetZone returns to Blue Dome for 2nd year

posted May 16th, 2017 by
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PetZone returns to Blue Dome for 2nd year

The Blue Dome Arts Festival welcomes back the PetZone for its second year.

Presented by Dr. Chet Thomas of City Veterinary Hospital of Tulsa, the PetZone provides a fun space geared toward dogs during the annual festival.

The backyard space will include sod, shade, water, a picket fence and will feature local pet businesses and organizations.

Tulsa SPCA and Oklahoma Alliance for Animals will host pet adoptions. OAA will also be offering microchipping. PetsWell Pantry, Tulsa’s only food truck for pets, will have plenty of treats on hand and Dr. Thomas will host Q&A sessions and offer nail grindings.

Other PetZone participants this year include:

KC Landscape Design

Bouse Fur House


Companions Forever Pet Memorial

GracieLand Hound Dog Hotel

Rebecca Blacksher Art

Jessica Doll Art

Dogs Poop We Scoop – DPWS

All pets must be registered and check in upon arrival. At check in, each pet will receive a treat and Blue Dome bandana which will show they have checked in.

Owners are asked to clean up after their pet and assume full responsibility for actions of their furry friends.

For more information, visit the event page on Facebook.

-Lauren Cavagnolo, [email protected]







Botanic Garden Dog Night is back

posted April 5th, 2017 by
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If you have not yet made the trek about 8 miles north of downtown to see the amazing sights at the Tulsa Botanic Garden, this is the perfect opportunity for any dog lover.

Thursday, April 6, will kick off the first dog night of the season at the Tulsa Botanic Garden, 3900 Tulsa Botanic Drive.

From 5-8 p.m., leashed dogs are welcome to explore the gardens with their owners. Dog Night

The Tulsa SPCA‘s mobile adoption unit will be on site with adoptable animals. PetsWell Pantry will be passing out samples of fresh, organic dog food and treats.

Dog Night will take place 5-8 p.m. the first Thursday of the month through August. Dogs must also be up to date on vaccinations and registration and only one dog per person. Please plan to clean up after your dog while visiting the gardens.

The event is free for Garden members and their dogs; Admission is $8 for ages 13+; $4 for ages 3-12; $4 per dog for non-members.

For those who attend be, sure to snap a pic of your pooch and send it to me at [email protected] for use in a future post.

-Lauren Cavagnolo, [email protected]


Happiness is being outside

posted April 30th, 2013 by
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At least according to my dogs and I tend to agree. We are all really hoping that this nice weather sticks and that the Thursday forecast is just a mistake!

Below are Yoda and Spock’s top five favorite outdoor activities to do around Tulsa.

5. Visit the dog park. There are two off-leash parks to choose from, Biscuit Acres, 5804 E. 91st St., and Joe Station, 2279 Charles Page Blvd.

4. Take in a movie at the Admiral Twin. They are most looking forward to the release of “Monsters University” this June. Check out showtimes and more at

3. Bark in the Park. Pooches are welcome to Wednesday night games at ONEOK Field. Be sure to bring along vaccination records and enter through the Oil Derrick or Arvest Entrance.

2. People watch from the patio at Cosmo Cafe.  Located on Brookside at 3334 S. Peoria Ave., there are plenty of dog-friendly patios located around Tulsa. Check out our directory on for more.

1. Actually, they really don’t care what they are doing as long as they are outside! And that’s the truth. I hope everyone is taking advantage of this beautiful weather before we all start complaining about how hot it is.

What are your dog’s favorite spring activities? Leave a comment below.

- Lauren Cavagnolo, [email protected]