Chicago sports is the best. The White Sox is one of Chicago’s Major League Baseball (MLB) team. Currently, the Chicago White Sox is gearing up to set the Guinness World Records™ for most dogs at a sporting event on Tuesday, September 13th when they take on Cleveland at 7:10 p.m. CT. The attempt will be held in conjunction with the annual Bark at the Park event, presented by AvoDerm Natural Pet Foods, Nylabone and PetSmart.
The White Sox organization is excited for this event especially when they are the first major-league organization to create a dog-friendly day at the ballpark in 1996.
Chicago White Sox Bark at the Park
During Bark at the Park, White Sox’s fans and their dogs can stroll the ‘outfield concourse’ and find relief at added water stations as well as fire hydrant comfort station areas. All dogs will receive a White Sox dog bandana. Tickets for Bark at the Park are available for $20, which include one human ticket and one dog ticket. Advance purchase of Bark at the Park tickets are required by Tuesday, September 6. Interested to attend White Sox’s Bark at the Park? Visit whitesox.com/Bark and mail DogDay@chisox.com.
Golden Woofs was invited to attend this special event. We miss our hometown Chicago. Due to previous travel plans, we are unable to attend. We will be following Chicago White Sox’s Bark at the Park on social media.
Wishing that the Chicago White Sox set the Guinness World Records™ for most dogs at a sporting event on Tuesday, September 13th.
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