NOTE: Event schedules are subject to change.
From taking your pup to Great American Ball Park to showing off your amphibian at a local reptile show, here are five ways you can get your tail outside and connect with fellow pet owners while enjoying fun times with your pet.
On the first Saturday of each month, Otto Armleder Dog Park is swarmed with smoosh-snouted pugs. Pugaritaville in September is not to be missed!
5057 Wooster Pk., Linwood, (513) 351-2550, pugfair.org
Cin City Reptile Show
Reptile and amphibian fans congregate 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. one Sunday a month at the West Chester Holiday Inn. No venomous or endangered species allowed.
5800 Muhlhauser Rd., West Chester, (513) 910-0900, cincityreptileshow.com
Furry Friends Festival Washington Park
Need a way to get Fido moving on Memorial Day Weekend? Meet in Washington Park for live Bluegrass music, food trucks, and fun games with your canine and human companions.
Washington Park, Over-the-Rhine, washingtonpark.org
Bark in the Park
Why bring a glove to a Reds game when you can bring your dog? During these special home games, put their fetching skills to the test!
Great American Ball Park, downtown, mlb.com/reds
Mt. Adams Reindog Parade
Ever want to dress your dog in reindeer garb and parade through the streets on a December Saturday? Join the Reindog Parade holiday spectacle and win a prize for best costume.
1055 St. Paul Pl., Mt. Adams, mtadamscincy.org/calendar-of-events