You Are Invited To Attend Bark in the Park Tucson 2014

Celebrating 16 Years of Rescue

When?  Sunday, November 9th
Where?  Reid Park, Ramada #15 (Country Club & 22nd) Next to off-leash dog park
Time?  11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Pre-registration Fee:  Age 11 and over $8.00; Children under 11 are free
Registration Fee at Event:  $12.00
If you'd like to volunteer, you can sign up here:Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on VolunteerSpot

Online registration is now closed.
Deadline is Monday, November 3rd

Preregistration is very important so that we are able to purchase the correct amount of food and prepare the gifts for the Rainbow Bridge Ceremony and Introduction of adopted Goldens

We will provide hamburgers, hot dogs, salads, cake, non-alcoholic beverages 


Dr Mike Lent & Dr Michael Lawton with staff from Pantano Animal Clinic
Jay Smith, Community Dog Training
Debbie Troudt, Photographer  

Rainbow Bridge Ceremony:

pictureThere is a Norse legend that says when a pet passes away, they go to a rainbow bridge where they run and play pain free and wait until their owners pass away and come to the bridge to meet them. Then they cross the bridge together.

Our ceremony provides an opportunity for you to tell us about your wonderful pet that has gone to the Rainbow Bridge since last October.  If your pet went to the bridge up to 2 years before and you did not speak at our ceremony you are welcomed to do so.  We will present you with a framed picture of your pet.

If you prefer not to speak, we can do that for you.

When  you register, attach a jpg format picture of your pet(s).
Please submit no later than Monday, November 3rd.



Introduction of Rescues

If you have adopted a Golden since last October, now you get to introduce your dog and tell us how your dog joined your family. If you adopted up to 2 years ago but haven’t participated in our ceremony, you may participate at this time.  You will be presented with a RAGofAZ bandana with your dog’s name embroidered on it.  Add dog(s) name to your registration.
Please submit no later than Monday, November 3rd. 


Street maps to the park and a map of the park are available here.

All well behaved, leashed dogs are welcome!  Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions or call 520-360-4414.