When there are dogs in the stands at Progressive Field Wednesday, they won't just be misplaced Cleveland Browns fans. They'll be the tail-wagging, four-legged variety.
After selling out last August, Puppypalooza returns when the Cleveland Indians face the Seattle Mariners at 7:05 p.m. Wednesday. The Indians are again partnering with the Cleveland Animal Protective League for the event, which is presented by PUP! -- Pick Up Poop Program of Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District.
The night features activities, vendors and more for your dog. The first 300 dogs and owners in attendance will get to participate in an on-field parade before the game.
Dog package tickets are $30 for one person and one dog. Additional tickets for people are $15 each.
At the stadium, dog owners have to show proof of proper vaccination and fill out a liability waiver. The required vaccinations are rabies, DHLP, Parvo and Bordatella.
For more information, visit indians.com/puppypalooza. The next Puppypalooza event will be on Aug. 29.
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