Sunday, September 2nd
Bring your Astros Rally Pup to enjoy the game at our annual Dog Day, presented by Tito's Handmade Vodka, at Minute Maid Park on Sunday, September 2nd. Your pup will love watching the Houston Astros take on the Los Angeles Angels for a Sunday Night Baseball matchup at 7:05pm* and can participate in many of the fun, unique Dog Day activities such as a costume contest, pregame parade around the field, and more!
In order to bring your dog to Dog Day, you must purchase a ticket through the Dog Day link and each dog and each human must have a game ticket. Fans will not be permitted to bring their dog unless they have a specific Dog Day ticket. One dog per one human will be permitted.
DOG DAY TICKETS ARE LOCATED IN SECTION 105/106 or STANDING ROOM ONLY (WITH A DOG DAY QUALIFIER)
Each dog will be required to bring proof of vaccinations to Astros Dog Day valid through event date (DHPP, Rabies, Bordatella) and City of Houston registration. If you reside outside of the city of Houston, you will need to obtain a letter from your veterinarian stating that your pet does not require City registration. Each human attending Dog Day will be required to sign a waiver prior to entering the Dog Zone.
*Please note that the time for this game has changed from a 1:10pm start to a 7:05pm start.
For questions regarding Dog Day, please email email@example.com.
Game Ticket Information
Dog Day Ticket Packages
$99 Field Box Package. Ticket package includes:
$30 Standing Room Only Package. Ticket package includes:
- Standing Room Only ticket for you and a Standing Room Only ticket for your canine
- Access to the "Barking Room Only" area in Home Run Alley
- Dog Zone in the Plaza on Crawford Street
- Additional Standing Room tickets can be purchased with this package for $15
- Standing Room is located in Home Run Alley
Dog Day Vendors
Make sure to check out the Vendor expo in Home Run Alley! Vendors participating include:
- Houston PetTalk Magazine
- Three Dog Bakery
- Natural Pawz
- VERGI 24/7 Animal Emergency and Critical Care Hospital
- Kriser's Natural Pet
- iLuckyDog Pet Campus
- Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming West U
- Come And Train It K9
- THRIVE Affordable Vet Care
- Houston SPCA
- Houston Pets Alive
- Tito's Handmade Vodka
- Canine Companions for Independence
- Scoop le Poop
Important Information for Dog Day Purchasers
- Entrance is located at Left Field Gate. Please note that no other gate will allow you to enter with your pup.
- You, as the purchaser, must sign the Dog Day Owner waiver, Please note that a waiver must be signed for each dog attending, by it's respective owner.
- If you purchased additional human add-on tickets, they will need to sign the waiver below:
- Waivers will be available at check-in but in order to expedite your entry, please go ahead and have all the paperwork filled out ahead of time.
- When you arrive at the ballpark, you will access Dog Day at the Left Field Gate.
Dog Day Schedule of Activites
Dog Day Costume Contest
- Registration table will be located just past the entrance point for Dog Day at Left Field Gate
- Dogs have until 5:20pm to register to participate
- Prizes will be awarded for Best Overall, Most Team Spirited, and Most Creative
Dog Day Adoptions - Grand Slam Pet Adoption
Kate Upton and Justin Verlander join Astros Dog Day with their Grand Slam Adoption Event to help find loving homes for adoptable dogs. Stop by the Plaza on Crawford Street to meet a variety of dogs looking for forever homes in partnership with Houston SPCA and Houston Pets Alive.
Rules & Regulations
Bring your Dog if he/she:
• Is old enough to be around other dogs and people (at least 6 months of age)
• Is up to date on all required vaccinations (Rabies, DHPP, Bordetella)
• Is in good health
• Does well on-leash and is not aggressive toward other dogs
• Is friendly toward humans and not excessively fearful
• Is on a leash and accompanied by a responsible adult
• Is an Astros fan!
*Please note: Reserved Seating is available to dogs 1-80 lbs ONLY. Dogs exceeding 80 lbs may enjoy the game from our Barking Room Only Section in Home Run Alley or our Dog Zone on the Plaza on Crawford Street. Barking Room Only Tickets DO NOT include a seat for you or your dog
Don't bring your Dog if he/she:
• Is still too young to mix with a big crowd (under 6 months);
• Is a senior dog that would have trouble being outside for an extended period of time
• Does not respond well to large crowds and loud noises
• Has aggressive tendencies towards other dogs or humans while on-leash (or off);
• Is exhibiting any signs of illness close to the game (i.e. cough, nasal discharge, diarrhea, etc.) These symptoms can be a sign of potentially infectious illness and it would probably be best for your dog as well as the other dogs in attendance, if they did not attend.
Additional Rules & Regulations
If you have a dog that is an aggressive breed, or with aggressive tendencies, you should STRONGLY consider not attending this event. The Houston Astros reserve the right to refuse entry to any dog or request a dog who has expressed aggression to leave the game and event without a refund for the owner or dog's ticket. Older dogs, dogs with short muzzles and / or dogs in general that are quickly prone to heat exhaustion should consider not attending this event or possibly plan on not staying for the entirety of the game. Even though there will be water and shady spots on hand, the direct sun and heat can be a deadly combination for dogs. Dogs cool themselves by panting and are not nearly as efficient as us humans. Please keep the comfort and safety of your dog in the forefront of your mind when planning this fun day at the ballpark.
The Astros reserve the right to deny any dog or human entry in Minute Maid Park and/or Dog Zone for any reason they may see fit. Participants are expected to practice responsible pet ownership. Do not bring your dog if it is unpredictable in crowds, with other dogs, and/or with strangers. Any participating dog must be at least 6 months old. Use good judgment regarding the temperament of your pet so that this event will be enjoyable for everyone. Do not bring your dog if it is unreliable in crowds or with other dogs. Do not bring a dog whose behavior could be dangerous to others. Do not bring a female dog in heat.