Dogs have their day at Holly Pool

Yappy Hour event lets dogs swim, jump and run free

Posted 9/10/18

Who says dogs were built for land? A few dozen paddled, waded and made friends at Holly Pool's Yappy Hour on Sept. 8, the end-of-season event that lets dogs take over the pool. Owners threw tennis …

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Dogs have their day at Holly Pool

Yappy Hour event lets dogs swim, jump and run free

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Who says dogs were built for land?

A few dozen paddled, waded and made friends at Holly Pool's Yappy Hour on Sept. 8, the end-of-season event that lets dogs take over the pool. Owners threw tennis balls for dogs to catch in the water, and groups of dogs chased each other around on the grass in the high afternoon sun at 6651 S. Krameria Way, Centennial.

Otis, a 5-year-old yellow Labrador, came to the event after enjoying it in previous years with Pam Haigh.

“My kids grew up at this pool,” Haigh, 56, said.

Otis is “intrigued” by the water, but “for a water dog, he doesn't swim,” Haigh laughed.

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