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Bark in the Park in Photos, Forest Park, St. Louis, May 17, 2008 

Bark in the Park, sponsored by the Humane Society of Missouri to raise money for veterinary care, was held in Forest Park on Saturday, May 17, 2008.
By Anastasia Folorunso
The Bark in the Park event was hosted by the Humane Society and held in Forest Park. The dog walk kicked things off.
By Anastasia Folorunso
The Walk was lead by KSDK-TV Meteorologist Cindy Preszler.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Taking the walk was Gus, a Humane Society benefactor who lost a leg and was adopted a year ago.
By Anastasia Folorunso
At the end of the walk, dogs and their owners could visit numerous vendors around the cricket field.
By Anastasia Folorunso
The Cumberland Gap.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Princess Trinity and her owner just after the walk.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Buster gets his nails done under one of the many vendor tents.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Tasha and Nikita at the dog picture vendor.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Maggie the perfect mascot.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Predictably for St. Louis, but none the less cute, Daisy in her very own cardinal jersey.
By Anastasia Folorunso
This dog is named Doofus.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Puppies!
By Anastasia Folorunso
German Shepherds Max and Marta with their owner.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Owners with the same breed of dogs could also meet and talk shop. That was the case with the owners of Sofie, Winston, Lulu and Sir Henry Higgins.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Charlie and his owners.
By Anastasia Folorunso
There were hundreds of different dogs at the event, some of them rare breeds. Pictured are Great Danes Baby and Magic.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Here is Kya.
By Anastasia Folorunso
By Anastasia Folorunso
Macylin and Vixen with their owners.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Dogs were not the only animals around. The team from Busch Gardens gave a presentation of exotic animals to the crowd and their pets.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Penguins.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Migo the miniature horse and Pepe the sheep.
By Anastasia Folorunso
By Anastasia Folorunso
Also present was Clyde, a horse rescued by the Humane Society of Missouri's Long Meadow rescue ranch. He is now used by Sgt. Christina Attwood who is a mounted police officer with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.
By Anastasia Folorunso
Jose, Maria, Pumpkin and Piper.
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By Anastasia Folorunso
The Bark in the Park event was hosted by the Humane Society and held in Forest Park. The dog walk kicked things off.
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