Last year, it was a grand slam at the Seattle Mariners’ Bark at the Park, with close to 100 four-legged fans vying for Biggest Fan (including Mariners shortstop and star player JP Crawford’s dogs)! This year, we are going bigger – a lot bigger!
First, we are kicking things off with an in-person photo contest at Bark at the Park on June 27, where we will take each dog’s photo and upload it here. Second, we are opening up the photo contest to anyone who wants to enter! In other words, even if you can’t make it to the game, Mariners fans from all over can enter their dog in the photo contest by uploading their photo below until September 28. Third, the public will be asked to vote for Biggest Fan, with over $500 in prizes for the winning dog!
For the Love of Dogs and Baseball!
Backyard barbecues, ice cold beer, baseball and our best friends by our side – what better way to spend the summer than enjoying all of the above? But, when you’re a major league player, it’s all about baseball – except if you’re Mariners shortstop JP Crawford, then it’s also about his best friends Loki and Thor.
CityDog Magazine had the opportunity to talk with JP and his wife Kathy about life with the two huskies and finding time to enjoy all that the Northwest has to offer. And, speaking of “finding”… see if you can find Loki and Thor in last year’s Bark at the Park photo contest!
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Brandie Ahlgren is founder and editor of CityDog Magazine. She, and her team of dog-loving editors, dig up the best places for you to sit, stay and play with your four-legged friends. Brandie, 12-year-old boxer Thya and Mexican foster failure Pancho, reside in West Seattle and can often be found hanging out at Westcrest Dog Park.