Bark in the Park

Pucker Up at Hamilton’s Bark in the Park
The judge for Best Dog Kiss was Rhonnie Leonard, who volunteered for the duty at Saturday's Bark in the Park.
The dogs ranged in all sizes, from the largest (see photo) to very small. Only a few licks on the face this year, but the crowd urged on every canine contestant...
Gunny Wins Again!
There was a wiener dog race as part of the Bark in the Park activities September 14 in Hamilton.
The winner of this summer's Daly Days races was the winner for this race, too! Gunny, trained by Kendra Hale of Hamilton, was first across the line and earned the First Place ribbon...
Kissing Time at Bark in the Park
Raising money for the Bitterroot Humane Association took all sorts of turns at the first ever Bark in the Park last Saturday.
Here, Sue McCormick is the "kissee," and is shown here kissing one of several dogs at the Most Kissable Dog contest...
Bark in the Park Howled
The Bitterroot Humane Association's first ever "Bark in the Park" brought in dogs and their host families to Hamilton Saturday.
The afternoon of activities and fundraising was at Hieronymus Park, where a 2 p.m. dog walkathon raised some pledge money for the Bitterroot Animal Sh…