Dogs will enjoy a splash with the exciting sport of dock diving. Professional trainers will assist your dog jumping into a pool of refreshing water - sponsored by Eukanuba. Owners can cheer them on from dry land!
Creating fun memories is simple with the Arch Bark photo opportunity. A photographer will be on-site to take pictures of pets and owners!
Breeds of St. Louis
Breeds of St. Louis gives dog lovers the unique opportunity to meet and learn about each breed’s country of origin, historical purpose, and attributes as a family pet, all while learning about responsible dog ownership and which breeds may be right for them. Jason Taylor, American Kennel Club Assistant Show Chairman and National PRO Sales Director for Royal Canin, will reveal the top breeds in St. Louis and explain what makes them unique.
Arch Bark presents “Bark Talks,” an opportunity to hear from experts on topics related to pet health and well-being. Danielle Smith of Pretty Extraordinary, will share insights on how to prepare your home for a puppy or dog and integrate your new pet into the family. The National Park Service will present the Bark Ranger program, which encourages respectful enjoyment of national parks by dogs and people. Canine Companions for Independence, an organization that trains and provides assistance dogs, will share stories about working with service men and women.
12:00 PM - Danielle Smith of Pretty Extraordinary
12:30 PM - Service Dogs Bettering Our Lives
1:00 PM - National Park Service Bark Ranger Program
1:30 PM - Canine Companions: Serving our Service Men & Women
first Aid Station
A first aid tent provided by Arch Bark will be available, should pets require medical assistance while attending the event.
Through out Arch Bark, watering stations will be available to keep four-legged friends hydrated and cool.
Local St. Louis Food Trucks will be located nearby, having food available for purchase.
There will be live music performed from 11am to 2pm, presented by Dance Floor Riot.