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Rampage to attempt World Record at Pucks & Paws game tonight



PARKING UPDATE: Parking Lot 2 (off of Houston Street) will be closed tonight. If you usually park in Lot 2, please use Lot 3 for tonight. Please click here for a parking lot map.

The San Antonio Rampage are encouraging fans to bring their dog to the game tonight as they attempt to set the World Record for most dogs at a sporting event at their fifth annual Pucks & Paws game, presented by Purina Beneful.

Tickets are $20 for you and your dog to catch all the action at the AT&T Center tonight at 7 p.m. as the Rampage host the Peoria Rivermen. In addition, $5 from every dog ticket sold will be donated to Alamo Area Partners for Animal Welfare (AAPAW). All dogs must be on a leash (one dog per person), accompanied by an adult and will be directed to enter through the Bud Light Courtyard on the west side of the arena, where a water and relief station will be located throughout the evening.

The fun will begin during the Rampage game with several interactive elements focused on the canine friends in attendance, and select adoptable dogs will have the chance to ride on the Zamboni during intermissions. Adoption Stations will be set up along the concourse where fans will have the chance to help find a forever home for a four-legged friend.

The Rampage are helping Team Up Challenge semi-finalists Harlandale High School as they pair with the Animal Defense League of San Antonio for a donation drive at Pucks & Paws Night this Saturday at 7 PM! ADL is collecting toys for large dogs- rawhides, Kong toys, anything to chew on. If you bring a donation, you will also receive a voucher to an upcoming Rampage game! Click here to see Brian Foster asking fans for their help in bringing donations.

AAPAW is a coalition of animal welfare organizations in the San Antonio area who have joined forces to help bring animal welfare organizations, veterinarians, and the community together in partnership to improve the lives of animals in the San Antonio area. Consequently, AAPAW works closely and collaboratively with City officials, Animal Care Services, the San Antonio Area Foundation, and others to support and carry out the City of San Antonio Animal Care Strategic Plan and the “no kill” initiative.

For more information about the event and to purchase tickets call 210.444.5554 or visit sarampage.com.




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