First-ever Paw-Pool-Ooza swim party for pups coming to Wild Waves

First-ever Paw-Pool-Ooza swim party for pups coming to Wild Waves

The end of summer celebration will be held 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14.

Sit, stay — splash.

Bring your four-legged best friend to the first-ever Paw-Pool-Ooza party at Wild Waves Theme & Water Park.

Wild Waves, in partnership with Seattle Humane, welcomes pups of all kinds for an end-of-summer splash from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14.

Guests can bring their furry friends for a dog swim-only exclusive event hosted at two swimming locations in the park: Hook’s Lagoon and The Wave Pool. The remainder of the park will not be open.

The celebration will include special treats for pooches and their humans with Yappy Hour, specialty food, vendors, entertainment from Loudhouse Music and more.

On-site vendors include Trupanion medical insurance for pets, VCA veterinary pet hospital, Pawcific North Designs, artesian dog collars, CityDog! Club, and Jupiter Tennis Center donating tennis balls, as well as with The Seattle Barkery with handcrafted dog treats and a mobile coffee bar.

Two dogs are allowed entry per every human ticket purchased.

Tickets can be purchased online for only $15 per person or $10 per 2019 Season Pass Member in advance. Same day tickets are $20 per person.

A portion of every ticket will go to Seattle Humane to benefit dogs and their humans with a fun day out, and educate the community about adopting animals from shelters to give them a second chance.

Wild Waves Theme & Water Park is located at 36201 Enchanted Parkway S. in Federal Way. For more information, visit wildwaves.com.


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