Nashville Sounds inviting fans, dogs to 'Bark in the Park' - WSMV Channel 4

Nashville Sounds inviting fans, dogs to 'Bark in the Park'

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Dog owners need to enter in right field from 5th Avenue North. (Source: Nashville Sounds) Dog owners need to enter in right field from 5th Avenue North. (Source: Nashville Sounds)
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

The Nashville Sounds are inviting baseball fans to bring their furry friends to "Bark in the Park" on Tuesday night.

For $14, guests will be able to enjoy a game at First Tennessee Park with their canine companions. Tickets sales will benefit New Leash On Life.

The first 1,000 dogs and their humans will receive a Sounds picture frame with a leash holder.

Dogs will only be allowed in certain areas of the ballpark, including sections 102, 103 and 104 in the left field.

Fans will need to show proof of their dog's updated rabies vaccinations and will need to sign a waiver to bring their furry friends into the game. All canine guests are required to be spayed or neutered. Click here to view the waiver form.

All dogs have to be kept on non-retractable leashes throughout their time inside the ballpark.

The Nashville Sounds will have bowls of water available for canine companions.

Dogs and their owners need to enter through the right field entrance gates behind the guitar scoreboard on 5th Avenue North.

The first pitch is at 6:35 p.m. The Sounds will be playing the El Paso Chihuahuas.

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