Bark in the Park Festival - 10am-4pm
Following the run & walk, stop by for Plymouth’s Bark in the Park Festival featuring over 30 pet-friendly vendors, many adoptable dogs and lots of activities for both the 2 and 4 legged members of your family. This annual event puts the “wow” in “bow wow”, attracting nearly 2,000 people (and their dogs) to browse our vendors and raise awareness for local rescue groups, and non-profits.
Owners/handlers hold the Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce & all persons associated with Bark in the Park harmless for any injury to your dog &/or person; including any incidents associated with the animal resulting in unfavorable consequences.
All dogs must be dog-friendy, adult-friendly, & child-friendly.
All dogs must have a current rabies vaccination, as required by state law. Proof, in the form of a valid tag or certificate must be available upon request.
Dog owners/handlers must pick-up & dispose of their dog's waste.
Only ONE dog per handler, please.
Bark in the Park organizers reserve the right to evict any dog & its owner/handler from the event grounds - this decision is final. No exceptions.
Bring Rover down for our 2nd Annual Run, Walk, Wag fun race!- 10am-11am
Join your fellow dog lovers for a 2-mile jaunt along the Rail Trail starting at Nelson Park.
Entry fee of $15 & includes a bandana for your pooch. The race is a non-competitive fun run for participants of all ages.
May 6, 2017 | Nelson Park, Plymouth Waterfront
11:00a - 11:45a - Jay Psaros
12:00p- 12:45p - Eva Walsh
1:00p - 1:45p - Brian Sances
2:00p- 2:45p - Carlin Tripp
3:00p - 3:45p - Ben Carter
11:00am Agility Demo
11:45pm Flyball Demo
12:15pm 4-H Demo
1:00pm Canine Fitness Demo
1:45pm Nosework Demo
2:30pm Bitework/Restrained Play
3:00pm Rally Demo
3:30pm Disc Dog Demo
10:00a - 4:00p
Rabies Clinic-$10 per animal*
Provided by Manomet Animal Hospital
*Please note: If owners would like a 3 year rabies certificate they MUST bring proof of prior rabies vaccination. A rabies tag is NOT proof. Thank you!!