In celebration of National Dog Day 2019, Remington Park once again transforms to ‘Remington Bark’ on Sunday, Aug. 25 from 3-8pm. This very special event features dog festivities, racing exhibitions, costume contests and more.
Remington Bark honors “Man’s Best Friend” and helps raise awareness and funds for many dog-related charities and dog rescue operations in central Oklahoma.
Remington Bark begins at 3pm with all guests wanting to bring their dogs to the event, allowed access to the Plaza where the activities are staged. All dogs must be on a leash and on their best behavior.
In addition to everything for the dogs, Superfreak will liven the proceedings with their special brand of funk, disco and rock, entertaining from 3-7pm.
There will be many local dog rescue charities in attendance with information on their programs and adoption opportunities. Various vendors and groomers will also be on-hand for ‘Remington Bark’ with dog friendly goods available for purchase and plenty of helpful information. For vendor booth information contact Alexis Zeigler, (405) 424-1000 Ext. 4423 or email@example.com
Wag Bag Giveaway
Open to all dogs, the first 100 dogs to arrive, starting at 3pm, will receive a special “Wag Bag” filled with goodies. There will be only one (1) ‘‘Wag Bag” per dog family, while supplies last and the dog must be present in order to receive the “Wag Bag.”
Remington Bark Activities
Among the Remington Bark activities will be Costume Contests and exhibition Dog Races. The dog races will feature three size classes in order to make things as competitive and fair as possible: Small, Medium and Large.
A special raffle will also take place on Remington Bark Night, featuring great prizes for your dog. Again, all proceeds from the raffle will benefit Ground Zero K9.
Other Dog amenities include: Cooling Stations; Drink Stations; Picture Stations and Designated Dog Potty Areas.
Ground Zero K9
Ground Zero Emergency Training Center is a Non-Profit Organization in Oklahoma.
Specializing in enhancing America’s emergency response capabilities to natural and man made disasters by providing local, state and federal First Responders with educational opportunities, exceptionally trained urban search and rescue canines, and providing First Responders with a state of the industry facility in which to hone their technical skills.
Remington Bark Exhibition Dog Races
Sunday, August 25 • 3-8pm
Registration Fee: $25 • Deadline: August 12
All registration fees will benefit Ground Zero K9 Emergency Training Center.
Only One (1) dog can be registered per transaction. Must register online in advance and note the complete set of rules and deadlines to be eligible to compete.
Race DVD may be added at the time of registration for $15 ($20 day of event)
The dog races will feature three size classes in order to make things as competitive and fair as possible: Small, Medium and Large.
All breeds are welcome to participate in this event, but they must be at least 4 months of age or older, and MUST have had their current boosters. Shot records are required. Boosters required are DHPP, Rabies and Bordatella. Please provide a copy of current shot records the day of the event. Registration forms without a current shot record will not be refunded.
If your dog is aggressive or threatening towards another animal or human, you will be asked to leave Remington Park immediately. No refunds will be provided.
Remington Bark 2019 Rescue Application
Applications are now open for canine rescues to partner with Remington Park for the promotional event.