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Dogs Have Their Debut Day at PetSmart Patio on Chase Field


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Brian Wolsko of Phoenix cheered with his dog Jethro, a 2-year old Rat Terrier, while the Diamondbacks took on the Chicago Cubs.

All images Mark Peterman/AP Images for PetSmart

The Dog Days of Summer debuted on the PetSmart Patio on Sunday, April 10 at Chase Field in Phoenix, Ariz.

The PetSmart Patio features 30 “Doggie Suites” with dedicated space for four humans and one dog so that pet parents can enjoy America’s favorite pastime with their best friend.

The PetSmart Patio is one of four permanent dog-friendly facilities created through a collaboration of the Arizona Diamondbacks and PetSmart, making Chase Field the first-ever season-long dog-friendly ballpark in America.

The Dog Days of Summer program runs every Sunday home game for the D-backs 2016 season.

The PetSmart Patio features 30 “Doggie Suites” with dedicated space for four humans and one dog plus all-you-can-eat baseball fare: hot dogs, nachos, peanuts and popcorn for humans and dog-friendly ice cream for canines.

 

The Adopt Spot by PetSmart is staffed and operated by three local animal shelters at every Sunday home game throughout the season. PetSmart Charities and Arizona Humane Society kicked off the season with six adoptable dogs, all ready to find their forever homes among the D-backs fan base.

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