Take your family -- both two legged and four -- to enjoy America's favorite pastime at Marlins Park on Saturday, June 13 for Bark at the Park

Miami -- "Take me out to the ball game; take me out for a howl!" The Miami Marlins invite you to bring your whole family, two-legged and four-legged, to watch them take on the Colorado Rockies on Saturday, June 13th at 4:10pm at the annual Bark at the Park event at Marlins Park.

Tickets for the people in your family, including children over three years old, are $15 and tickets for your canine companions are $10. All proceeds from the doggie tickets benefit the Humane Society of Greater Miami. Each year more than 500 doggies attend Bark at the Park. To view the 2014 event gallery, visit www.humanesocietymiami.org.  

Don't have a furry friend to bring to the game, but wish you did? This year's game will also host Adopt-O-Mania, with more than 100 dogs and cats looking for their forever families. Come by at 10:00am and meet all the adorable adoptables. You will enjoy your day even more with a newly adopted furry friend! Relish your first ballgame together with snacks, seventh-inning stretches and cheers (or howls) for your home team!

Other important information: Tickets must be purchased online and in advance to ensure availability. Visit www.marlins.com/bark so you won't be left out. Seats are assigned and availability is limited, so if you want to attend with friends make sure to purchase the tickets together. To purchase an on-site garage parking pass, go to www.marlins.com/parking; passes are $20 per car.

Marlins Park is located at 501 Marlins Way in Miami, on the site of the former Orange Bowl. Guests must enter the ballpark through the First Base entrance (located on the corner of NW 4th Street and NW 14th Avenue). Guests needing ADA accessibility should enter through the First Base Dugout Club and take the elevator to the Vista Level. Dog owners must carry their dog's rabies certificate on them. Visit our website, www.humanesocietymiami.org for additional information. You can also contact Dani Kandera at dani@humanesocietymiami.org  or 305-749-1825.