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Video: Dodger Stadium Goes To The Dogs

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You might say that they are true Dodger Dogs.

Or that their favorite player is Yasiel Pug.

On Saturday, Dodger Stadium hosted Pups At The Park, where dog owners were allowed bring their pet to the game (if they bought special tickets only for the right field pavilion). Dogs that showed up early were allowed to take part in the Pup Parade, letting them set foot on-field and walk around the greenest, biggest lawn a dog could ever imagine peeing on. The L.A. Times brought their correspondent Gizmo T. Pug to check out the festivities.

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While yesterday was a great day for dogs, it was a bad day for the Dodgers who lost to their hated rival Giants 6-2.