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Dog park event celebrates the canine connection

Food, fun, frolic add $1,500 to till for a new fence

Holly Meitl, 3, of Saratoga Springs, stretches out on a picnic table while an interested furry friend checks in at the dog park fundraiser in Saratoga. The park is being developed in partnership with the city of Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Spa State Park and the Friends of the Dog Park. The Friends of the Dog Park held this event to raise funds for a fence and other future improvements.
Holly Meitl, 3, of Saratoga Springs, stretches out on a picnic table while an interested furry friend checks in at the dog park fundraiser in Saratoga. The park is being developed in partnership with the city of Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Spa State Park and the Friends of the Dog Park. The Friends of the Dog Park held this event to raise funds for a fence and other future improvements.
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There was a miniature agility course at the Summer Dog Days event at the Crescent Street Dog Park on Sunday, but the dogs were pretty much ignoring it. They had collectively decided that jumping onto the refreshment table would be a much more worthwhile test of agility than bounding over the plastic hurdles set up for them in the field. Five-year-old Mortie, a fluffy, gray, 91⁄2-pound Schnoodle, took a flying leap and landed triumphantly on ...


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