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3rd Annual "Pitties in the Park"

  • NTC Liberty Station 2455 Cushing Road San Diego, CA, 92106 United States (map)

San Diego Pittie Parents presents our 3rd Annual "PITTIES IN THE PARK" on Sunday Oct. 15th, 2017 from 12:00 - 5:00PM.

In honor of National Pit Bull Awareness Day, our celebration brings together bully lovers, animal advocates, and pittie parents from all walks of life. We focus on RESCUE, ADOPTION, SPAY & NEUTER among other responsible pet parenting attributes.

Fun for the whole family ~ two and four-legged kids too!! Dogs must be leashed at all times (no retractable leashes permitted) and your dog must be SPAYED or NEUTERED & UTD on vaccines to attend. Join us for:

-Adoption Alley
-Vendor Village
-3rd Annual HOWL-A-WEEN Costume Contest
-Celebrity Judges
-Guest Speakers
-Opportunity Drawing
-Give-aways & Goodie Bags
-Food Trucks

**We're moving our event, but don't worry! It's just across the street at NTC Park in Liberty Station PLUS we've extended our event by 1 more hour ~ that means more room and more time for you and Fido to enjoy all that our event has to offer!!! Grab a bite to eat at one of our food trucks, browse through our vendors for one-of-a-kind items and must-haves, and maybe even find your next best friend from one of the local pit bull rescue groups bringing their adopt-a-bulls.

WANT TO BE A VENDOR? CONSIDER BEING A SPONSOR? HAVE AN ADOPT-A-BULL? Go to or email us at we look forward to chatting with you!

Please check out our DIAMOND COLLAR SPONSORS:
-Batta Fulkerson Law Group
-The Jaclyn Beth Kaufman Tauber Memorial Fund
-Rescue Strong
-Ryan Dick - Realtor
-Studio Four

And special thanks to our FUR-LANTHROPIST Sponsors:
-Bodhi Animal Hospital
-Canine Education
-Just Food for Dogs
-Mas Awesomer
-Zoe's Dog Training

*All breeds welcome, must be spay/neutered and UTD on vaccinations in order to attend
**Adoption is highlyvencouraged, Pittie Parents does not tolerate breeders in any form and may remove any person or dog who is advertising for the dale or breeding of dogs