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05/26/2006 12:54 PM ET
Who let the dogs in?
North Shore Animal League America and the New York Mets host Dog Day at Shea Stadium
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PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. -- New York area dogs will soon be howling "Take me out to the ball game!" North Shore Animal League America and the New York Mets will host the second annual Dog Day at Shea Stadium on Tuesday, May 30th at 7:10 p.m. Fans and their pooches will fill the picnic area of Shea Stadium as the New York Mets take on the Arizona Diamondbacks. Tickets are priced at $26 for humans and $5 for dogs. Dog ticket proceeds, as well as a portion of the human tickets will benefit North Shore Animal League America.

Maybe your four-legged friend can perform some funny, perhaps even stupid tricks? Dogs and owners attending the event may also have a chance to audition for David Letterman's Stupid Pet Tricks. Tickets are limited and will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. To purchase tickets, visit www.nsalamerica.org or www.mets.com and follow the link for Dog Day at Shea. Call 718-507-TIXX for more information.

If you would like to attend the event, please make sure that your dog is:

• Dog and family friendly.
• Leashed at all times in and around Shea Stadium. The leash should not be longer than 4-6 feet.
• Healthy and fully vaccinated, including rabies vaccination.

Water will be conveniently available for your dog and the picnic area of the stadium will be set up to accommodate all visitors and their dogs.

On Saturday, Sept. 23, 2006 North Shore Animal League America and the New York Mets will host another Dog Day at Shea Stadium.
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