Major League Baseball season is in full swing, and that means it’s time to get your dog ready to root, root, root for the home team! Get tickets to your local team’s Dog Day Games, the very best games of the entire season.

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Where else than at your team’s Dog Day game can you get out to the ballpark and cheer on your team with your furry best friend by your side? You can even enjoy a hot dog together!

At these special events, you and your pup will sit in a special section just for dogs and take part in all kinds of activities like pre-game parades around the field, costume contests, special treats and more. And even better, many of ballparks donate a portion of ticket proceeds to local animal charities.

Get your tickets now since they are often limited in number and go quickly. Know you’ll need the Dog Day tickets, not General Admission tickets so you can have access to the designated section and events; also be certain that your dog is comfortable with noise, crowds, and other dogs so he or she enjoys the day.

Below are listings to date for all Major League Baseball teams – you’ll see the games listed within the 2017 Promotional Schedule at your team’s official website. While some dates have passed, they’re included as well. Minor League teams often have Dog Day Games also so check for those or even initiate your own event with a club or company team.

Major League Baseball 2017 Dog Days Games

Arizona Diamondbacks – Bark at the Park

Sunday, Sept 10th vs. the Padres

Chicago White Sox – Dog Day

Tuesday, May 9th vs. the Twins
Wednesday, Sept 6th vs. the Indians

Cincinnati Reds – Bark in the Park

Wednesday, May 3rd vs. the Pirates
Wednesday, June 7th vs. the Cardinals
Tuesday, August 29th vs. the Mets
Thursday, Sept 21st vs. the Cardinals

Colorado Rockies – Bark at the Park

Wednesday, August 16th vs. the Braves

Detroit Tigers – Bark at the Park

Tuesday, June 27th vs. the Royals

Houston Astros – Dog Day

Sunday, Sept 17th vs. the Mariners

Kansas City Royals – Bark at the Park

Wednesday, April 19th vs. the Giants
Tuesday, May 30th vs. the Tigers
Wednesday, August 30th vs. the Ray

Los Angeles Dodgers – Pups at the Park

Saturday, May 20th vs. the Marlins

Miami Marlins – Bark at the Park

Saturday, June 3rd vs. the Diamondbacks

Milwaukee Brewers – Bark at the Park

Tuesday, June 6th vs. the Giants

New York Mets – Bark at the Park

Sunday, April 9th vs. the Marlins
Monday, September 4 vs. Phillies

San Diego Padres – Dog Days of Summer

Thursday, June 29th vs. the Braves

San Francisco Giants – Dog Days of Summer

Sunday, June 11th vs. the Twins

Oakland Athletics – Bark at the Park

Friday, July 14th vs. the Indians

Philadelphia Phillies – Park at the Park

Friday, May 26th vs. the Reds

Pittsburgh Pirates – Pup Nights

Tuesday, April 25, vs. Cubs
Tuesday, May 16 vs. Nationals
Tuesday, May 30 vs. Diamondbacks
Tuesday, June 13th vs. Colorado Rockies
Tuesday, June 27th vs. the Rays
Tuesday, July 18th vs. the Brewers
Tuesday, August 1st vs. the Reds
Tuesday, August 8th vs. the Tigers
Tuesday, August 22nd vs. the Dodgers
Tuesday, Sept 5th vs. the Cubs
Tuesday, Sept 19th vs. the Brewers
Tuesday, Sept 26th vs. the Orioles

Seattle Mariners – Bark at the Park

Thursday, May 18th vs. the White Sox
Thursday, July 6th vs. the Athletics
Tuesday, Sept 5th vs. the Astros

St. Louis Cardinals – Pooches in the Ball Park

Saturday, May 20th vs. the Giants

Tampa Bay Rays – Dog Day at the Rays

Sunday, April 23rd vs. the Astros
Sunday, Sept 17th vs. the Red Sox

Texas Rangers – Bark at the Park

Saturday, May 13th vs. the Athletics

Washington Nationals – Pups in the Park

Saturday, April 29th vs. the Mets
Saturday, May 13th vs. the Phillies
Saturday, June 10th vs. the Rangers
Sunday, June 25th vs. the Reds
Thursday, Sept 7th vs. the Phillies
Saturday, Sept 30th vs. the Pirates

Games were not found for Cleveland, Minnesota, Toronto, and Atlanta. 

The Scoop:


If your dog wants to skip the game this year, but still show his or her allegiance to your favorite team, find officially licensed gear for your dog for all of the teams – caps, bandana, collars and leashes, id tags, and more.

Woof Reporter Larry (photographed enjoying a bully stick) gives four paws up to the World Series Champs, the San Francisco Giants, and gets plenty of compliments on his Giants collar and leash when he’s out and about around the city!

Ballgame loving dogs may also like Planet Dog’s Orbee-Tuff® Baseball, and baseball fan or not, your dog will enjoy Baseball-shaped dog treats with your favorite MLBsteam’s logo embossed on each– now that’s a unique spin on MLB licensing!

Thank you to rockbandit on flickr for the photo of adorable Benson at the Oakland A’s fan at the team’s Bark in the Park dog baseball game.