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Whistler Olympic Park knows that dogs and humans are best friends and that our four-legged buddies are part of the family.  That is why they ensure that dogs can join in on the outdoor family fun with their humans.

So on Saturday, March 10th, 2018 the team is inviting all dogs to experience skiing or snowshoeing at the park for free* and the first 50 dogs through the gate will receive a doggie bag filled with treats and deals! Enjoy a community celebration for our furry friends.

This Saturday! Connect with your dog in the great outdoors @whistlerolympicPark! This park is one of the ONLY parks that allows dogs out on designated groomed cross-country skiing trails and snowshoeing trails. On Saturday, March 10th, 2018 they are inviting all dogs to experience skiing or snowshoeing at the park for free* and the first 50 dogs through the gate will receive a doggie bag filled with treats and deals! DOGS SKI & SNOWSHOE FREE!* The first 50 dogs through the gate receive a doggie bag of tasty treats and deals! Several lucky bags will have grand prizes valued at up to $125. Support WAG by bringing a donation! -Bully Stick dog chews -Cans of tuna fish -Cat treats -Dog treats -Dog toys – squeakies, stuffies, bones, balls, etc. -Stuffed dog bones -Money! Checks can be made out to "WAG" and we can mail out tax receipts for donations over $20! -Gift cards for gas stations http://ow.ly/7YbK30iLAsm *Dogs must be accompanied by a human guest. Human guests require valid ski or snowshoe trail tickets and equipment, both available for purchase or rental at the park. Maximum 2 dogs to 1 human. Dogs are welcome on designated dog friendly trails and parking lots. Ensure to familiarize yourself with dog skiing rules, etiquette and dog-friendly trails at the park. #whistler #whistlerolympicpark #whistlerwag #whistleranimalsgalore #dogday #thissaturday #onlyinwhistler

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When: Saturday March 10th, 2018

Where: Whistler Olympic Park

Cost: Regular admission for humans, FREE to all dogs

**Dogs must be accompanied by a human guest. Human guests require a valid ski or snowshoe trail ticket and equipment, all of which are available for purchase and rental at the park.  Maximum 2 dogs to 1 human.  Dogs are welcome on designated dog-friendly trails and parking lots. Ensure to familiarize yourself with the dog skiing rules, etiquette, and dog-friendly trails at the park.

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