What to Know
- The annual Pups at the Park promotion is Saturday at Dodger Stadium
- A portion of the proceeds from the tickets will be donated to Tony La Russa's Animal Rescue Foundation
- Tickets are $46 for humans and $40 for dogs
Los Angeles Dodgers fans can bring their dogs to Dodger Stadium for Saturday night's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks for the annual Pups at the Park promotion.
Pups at the Park includes a pre-game pup parade and other dog-friendly activities.
Fans and their dogs will be seated in the Right Field Pavilion. Tickets are $46 for humans and $40 for dogs, and are available on the Dodgers web site. A limited amount of tickets are available and the section is expected to sell out before Saturday, a team official said.
Fans are required to bring proof of current vaccinations for rabies and distemper/parvo.
A portion of the proceeds from the tickets sold through the Pups at the Park promotion will be donated to Tony La Russa's Animal Rescue Foundation, which seeks to rescue dogs and cats who have run out of time at public shelters.
Saturday's game is part of a five-game homestand beginning Tuesday with an interleague game against the Oakland Athletics. The homestand ends with Sunday's game, during which the Dodgers will not only battle the Diamondbacks, but will also celebrate Jackie Robinson Day -- an event that is also expected to sell out.