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Bark in the Park season is here

posted April 1st, 2018 by
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Though it doesn’t quite feel like it yet, spring is here! And with it, the start of Bark in the Park season… or baseball and soccer season depending on your priorities.

Starting this Wednesday, you can take in a sporting event with your pooch at ONEOK Field. Over the years, the promotion has gained in popularity and more Bark in the Parks have been added to the schedule. Bark in the Park during Roughnecks games will also feature $1 beer, sodas and hotdogs.

Justin Gorski, director of promotions, says Bark in the Park initially was held once a year, but realized they had a whole new fan base in dog owners. Gorski said on Bark in the Park nights, there are anywhere from 100 to 300 dogs at ONEOK Field.

This year’s promotion will also feature pet vendors and adoption groups on site, said Gorski.

Be sure to check the Tulsa Pets Magazine website and Facebook page often for opportunities to win tickets to Bark in the Park beginning with the Roughnecks game on April 4.

Attending dogs should be up to date on vaccines and enter through the Oil Derrick or Arvest Brady Street entrance. Dogs are only permitted in the general admission lawn section or Budweiser Terrace. Dogs are free to enter.

Drillers Bark in the Park games

May 30 vs. Missions

June 13 vs. Naturals

July 18 vs. Travelers

July 25 vs. Cardinals

Aug. 15 vs. Hooks

Aug. 29 vs Naturals

 

Roughnecks Bark in the Park games

April 4 vs Portland Timbers 2

May 9 vs Reno 1868 FC

June 27 LA Galaxy II

Aug. 8 OKC Energy FC

Sept. 19 Sacrament Republic FC

‑‑ Lauren Cavagnolo, [email protected]

Win Roughnecks Bark in the Park Tickets

posted May 4th, 2017 by
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Bark in the Park is back for another season!

This year, in addition to the Drillers games, there will also be a Bark in the Park night during a Roughnecks match for the first time.

Two Tulsa Pets Magazine readers will win 2 tickets to the Roughnecks match against the Vancouver Whitecaps at 7 p.m. May 11, 2 scarves and 2 T-shirts each. The giveaway will be first come, first served on tulsapetsmagazine.com at noon on May 8.

As always, attending dogs should be up to date on vaccines and enter through the Oil Derrick or Arvest Brady Street entrance. Dogs are only permitted in the general admission lawn section or Budweiser Terrace.

Keep your eye on Tulsa Pets Magazine’s website and Facebook page for future Bark in the Park giveaways as well.

Bark in the Park nights at ONEOK Field 2017

May 31 vs. San Antonio

June 14 vs. NW Arkansas

July 19 vs. Arkansas

Aug. 2 vs. Springfield

Aug. 16 vs. Corpus Christi

Aug. 30 vs. NW Arkansas

-Lauren Cavagnolo, [email protected]

Win tickets to Bark in the Park

posted July 26th, 2016 by
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Bark in the Park

What better way to get through the dog days of summer than to take in a ball game with man’s best friend? Summer isn’t quite over and there are still a few more opportunities to attend Bark in the Park and enjoy a Drillers game with your pooch starting tomorrow night.

Contest winner Marcy Kilhe and her pooch.

Contest winner Marcy Kilhe and her pooch.

Those attending should have up to date vaccination records for your dog on hand and plan to enter through either the Oil Derrick or Arvest/Brady Street Entrance. Dogs are free to get in.

Throughout the remainder of the season, make sure to keep an eye on the Tulsa Pets Magazine Facebook page and website for details on how to win a pair of tickets to a future Bark in the Park game. And a big congrats to all of our Bark in the Park ticket winners so far this season:

Anna Jarrell

Alexandra Kirkpatrick

Naomi Shockey

Tonya North

Marcy Kihle

Scott Bynum

Kellie Sundberg

Whether you win tickets from Tulsa Pets Magazine or not, be sure to snap a pic of you and your pooch enjoying the game and send it to l[email protected] or share it in the comments of the Bark in the Park post on the Tulsa Pets Magazine Facebook page. Pictures will be shared in a Bark in the Park gallery in a future blog post.

Remaining 2016 season Bark in the Park  nights:

Wednesday, July 27 @7:05 p.m. vs Springfield

Wednesday, August 10 @7:05 p.m. vs Midland

Wednesday August 24 @7:05 p.m. vs Arkansas

-Lauren Cavagnolo, [email protected]gmail.com

Send me your Bark in the Park pictures

posted June 22nd, 2016 by
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Bark in the Park

It’s time for another Bark in the Park night at ONEOK Field tonight! You and your pooch can watch the Tulsa Drillers take on the Springfield Cardinals from the lawn or Budweiser Terrace.

Have up to date vaccination records for your dog on hand and plan to enter through either the Oil Derrick or Arvest/Brady Street Entrance. Dogs are free to get in.

Be sure to snap a pic of you and your pooch enjoying the game and send it to l[email protected] or share it in the comments of the Bark in the Park post on the Tulsa Pets Magazine Facebook page. Pictures will be shared in a Bark in the Park gallery in a future blog post.

Throughout the season, makes sure to keep an eye on the Tulsa Pets Magazine Facebook page and website for details on how to win a pair of tickets to a future Bark in the Park game.

Remaining 2016 season Bark in the Park nights

Wednesday, June 22 @7:05 p.m. vs Springfield

Wednesday, July 6 @7:05 p.m. vs San Antonio

Wednesday, July 20 @7:05 p.m. vs NW Arkansas

Wednesday, July 27 @7:05 p.m. vs Springfield

Wednesday, August 10 @7:05 p.m. vs Midland

Wednesday August 24 @7:05 p.m. vs Arkansas

-Lauren Cavagnolo, [email protected]gmail.com

 

Bark in the Park photo gallery

posted September 1st, 2015 by
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McElroy Monday

Wednesday night offers up one more chance to take your dog out to the ballgame when the Drillers play the Naturals.

Make sure to enter through the Oil Derrick or Arvest/Brady Street entrance and have vaccination records on hand.

If you haven’t made it out this season, check out what you have been missing in the photo gallery below. Want your Bark in the Park photo added to the gallery? Please email it to [email protected].

— Lauren Cavagnolo, [email protected]

Photo submitted by Jeanne Diver

Photo submitted by Jeanne Diver

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

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Photo submitted by Jeanne Diver

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

 

 

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

Photo submitted by Sherrie Swezey, TSPCA volunteer

 

 

More opportunities for Bark in the Park

posted July 22nd, 2015 by
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If you haven’t had the chance to take your dog to a Driller’s game yet, don’t worry. There are four more opportunities to take in a ball game with your pooch before the season ends.

Designated Bark in the Park games at ONEOK Field are a fun chance to get you and your dog out of the house this summer.

Four-legged friends must have up to date vaccination records and enter through either the Oil Derrick or Arvest/Brady Street Entrance to attend a Bark in the Park game.

Remaining Bark in the Park Games

Sunday, July 26 vs. Travelers

Wednesday, July 29 vs. Cardinals

Wednesday, Aug. 19 vs. RoughRiders

Wednesday, Sept. 2 vs. Naturals

When you attend, be sure to snap a pic of your pooch and send it to me at [email protected]. Pictures will be used for a Bark in the Park photo gallery in a future blog post.

Picture of Bella Rose in her Drillers tutu submitted by Pamela Reed.

- Lauren Cavagnolo, [email protected]

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