See larger Mark Krzos and Brando, his dogue de Bordeaux, entered the Pet/Owner Look-Alike contest, but remarkably did not win. Over two hundred pet owners brought their dogs to the first Bark in the Park at Riverside Park in downtown Bonita Springs on Saturday afternoon. Dogs and people were well-behaved, competing in contests, rubbing noses and sniffing, and checking out booths from kennels, vets, groomers, rescue organizations and a pet bakery.

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Mark Krzos and Brando, his dogue de Bordeaux, entered the Pet/Owner Look-Alike contest, but remarkably did not win. Over two hundred pet owners brought their dogs to the first Bark in the Park at Riverside Park in downtown Bonita Springs on Saturday afternoon. Dogs and people were well-behaved, competing in contests, rubbing noses and sniffing, and checking out booths from kennels, vets, groomers, rescue organizations and a pet bakery.

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