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Photos from the October 19, 2019 15th anniversary of the dog park, courtesy of Janell Chavez Riley and Abbey Batten can be found here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1jyGHTxwutFHCMe_CjEnIrC4DYA1UDtdr

10 Year Anniversary Celebration, September 20, 2014

Photographs in this slide show are available in full resolution at https://ranchobernardodogpark.shutterfly.com where copies may be downloaded or prints ordered.

Doggie Happy Hour at the W Hotel Downtown

5-7pm, FREE, drinks excluded. Held the last Tuesday of every month. You and your furry friend are invited to enjoy Happy Hour at 421 West B Street, 92101. For more Info please call 619-231-8220

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The Second Annual Walk With Your Dogs Fundraiser on October 23, 2005 was a success. Over $7,000 was raised through various donations which will be used strictly for the maintenance and extra amenities for the off leash dog park. We want to thank all the volunteers who helped on the day of the event, including the Rancho Bernardo Key Club and Boy Scout Troop # 680. Below are some photos from the event.

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Early birds register for the walk. The raffle table with various items donated by local businesses.

Some of our vendors setting up for the event



Some of the walk participants


Sheep herding demonstration

Agility demonstration



Our first Annual Dog Park event and ground breaking ceremony took place on September 19, 2004:

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Ground breaking ceremony. Left to Right: Robin Kaufman, President of the Rancho Bernardo Recreation Council and dog park liaison, Council member Brian Maienschein, Mayor Dick Murphy, Park and Recreation Department Chair Ellie Oppenheim

Some of the attendees at the first annual dog park event/ground breaking ceremony:

Robin Kaufman being interviewed by one of the television stations in regard to the special event