Paws in the Park

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 2022  10:00 AM – 2:00 PM (Rain Date: May 8  12-4 PM)
Come be a part of the 3rd annual “Paws in the Park” dog festival located in the PetSafe Pistol Creek Dog Park area in Maryville.  Dog owners with friendly dogs or those that just love dogs in general are welcome to attend.  Activities will include a Dog Talent Show, Dog Costume Contest, Blount County K-9 demonstration, photo booth, grooming and pet massages, pet supply and adoption vendors, and more.

Be sure to bring your rain jacket in case of a pop up shower and a blanket or chair.

The Dog Talent Show and Dog Costume Contest are free, however please CLICK HERE TO REGISTER or you may register on-site at the event.
Date
Saturday, May 7, 2022
Location
Petsafe Pistol Creek Dog Park - On the Greenway behind Midland Plaza
Time
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Cost
General Admission Free
Some of the extra activities/food will have a minimal cost.
Credit cards accepted.
Event FlyerVendor Information/
application forms
Schedule of Events

IMPORTANT EVENT INFORMATION

Visit the dog park page for rules on general use of the grounds.
⚬ Bring lawn chairs for seating.
⚬ Parking available at the Health Department and along treeline behind Midland Plaza.
⚬ Dogs must be on a leash at all times outside the dog park fence area.
⚬ Pet owners may want to bring extra water and a bowl for dogs due to possible high demand in the actual dog park area.
⚬ Pet owners are welcome to have dogs in costume if they would like. A Dog Costume Contest will be held during the event, registration is free. You may register through the link above or on-site.
⚬ A Dog Talent Show will also be held during the event, registration is free. You may register through the link above or on-site.  Names of registered pets will be-randomly drawn and announced on PA system at the time of the show. Time is limited so it’s possible not all registered dogs will be able to display their talent.
⚬ Pet massages, grooming, pet-icures, photos, and food vendors will have a cost.
⚬ Visitors assume personal risk and should keep children controlled around dogs at all times.