2019 Goshen Rally - Bark Park


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The Bark Park logo represents a “Heart with a Paw”. For dog owners, this is especially true. Dogs touch our hearts every day with an unconditional love. This is even more so for those who travel with us in our Heartland RV’s.

Bark Park
  • The Bark Park is located in the North West section of the Elkhart County 4-H Fairground.
  • Look for the Bark Park Banner identifying the park.
  • The Bark Park is an off-leash area to bring “Fido” to run, play, or just lay under a tree.
  • Review and follow “Dog Petiquette” so all our 4-legged friends and owners can enjoy the Bark Park.
  • Benches will be available. Please be considerate of members who may require the need to sit.
  • Should you have balls and Frisbees to loan to the park it would be appreciated.
  • There will be a $1 entry fee (per pet) to attend the “Dog Social”.
  • Volunteers. We will need a few volunteers to assist with the “Dog Social”. Please reply to the thread if you are interested.
  • Ideas and suggestions are welcome!
Dog Requirements
  • Ensure your pet’s vaccinations are up to date.
  • Ensure you pet is in general good health (no open sores or contagious conditions).
  • The Bark Park will have two sections. One for dogs under 20 lbs., the other for dogs over 20 lbs.
Bark Park Coordinators and Hosts
  • Ann Mayer (Ann_Mayer)
  • Christine Fournelle (petruca)

Follow this link to download the Bark Park and Dog Social flyer
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Wow, I know Ann is a great trainer, but teaching Callie to speak English - wow!

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Looking spiffy for the Holidays.

Logan can't wait until the rally so he can see all his friends.

Happy howlidays to one and all.


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Lexi is ready for the FUN!!


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BoBo and I are looking forward to the social. Samsung 001.jpg Just let us know what we can do to help Ann. We'll be glad to pitch in.


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Bark Parker’s, time to test your “dog knowledge”! Below are 20 questions pertaining to our wonderful 4-legged friends. We challenge you to take the test and then verify your responses against the answers provided. Have fun and may the “bark be with you”!

Make sure you check out the “Bark Park” during the rally and pencil in our “dog social”!

  1. Why did the dog cross the road?
  2. What is it called when a cat wins a dog show?
  3. What do you get if you cross a gold dog with a telephone?
  4. What do my dog and my phone have in common?
  5. What do you get if you cross a Beatle and an Australian dog?
  6. What do you call a dog magician?
  7. What do you call a frozen dog?
  8. What do you get when you cross a dog and a calculator?
  9. Did you hear about the dog that couldn't stop talking like a horse?
  10. What do you call a cold dog?
  11. Why did the poor dog chase his own tail?
  12. What state do dogs like?
  13. What happened to the dog that swallowed a firefly?
  14. What do you get if you cross a sheepdog with a rose?
  15. What's a dog's ideal job?
  16. Who is the dog’s favorite comedian?
  17. What do dogs and story tellers have in common?
  18. What kind of dog likes taking a bath?
  19. What happens when a dog chases a cat into a geyser?
  20. Why does the dog bring toilet paper to the party?


  1. To get to the "barking" lot
  3. A golden receiver!
  4. They both have collar I.D.
  5. Dingo Starr
  6. A labracadabrador
  7. A pupsicle
  8. A friend you can count on
  9. It was a dog and pony show
  10. A Chilli Dog
  11. He was trying to make both ends meet
  12. New Yorkie
  13. It barked with de-light!
  14. A collie-flower
  15. Barkeology
  16. Growlcho Marx
  17. They both have tails
  18. A shampoodle
  19. It starts raining cats and dogs
  20. Because he is a party pooper