Canines take over North Shore


Photo by Rachael Rennebeck

By Rachael Rennebeck

June 24 was the perfect summer day, not one of the overly humid dog days of summer.  But the North Shore was considered a dog day thanks to the first, and soon-to-be annual, Bark N’ At event presented by VCA Animal Hospitals.

Animal Friends pulled some strings and closed the Roberto Clemente Bridge for a few hours and let the canines control the street for a bit.  Along the bridge were pupperozzi stations with wardrobe changes, paw printing and even a pup-parade led by Mocha and Animal Fiends board member Jim Krenn.

Bark N’At saw pups and peeps enjoying music, games and even in matching outfits all for a good cause.   The black and gold event has plans to return every year thanks to its supporters and attendees.

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