Dogapalooza brought families and pets out for doggone good time

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OKLAHOMA CITY–Dog lovers and their families came out to Dogapalooza held at the new Bob Moore Subaru location in north Oklahoma City.

“Hot dogs” enjoyed cool doggy washes as well as treats, music, food and fun.

This year’s event benefits Second
Chance Animal Sanctuary, which helps provide new homes for animals waiting to be adopted.

“Dogapalooza is a great event we do every year. This is the first year here at our brand new facility here at Bob Moore Subaru.

It’s a wonderful event and we have pet adoptions to find new homes for dogs. This really brings together the community and is phenomenal,” Said Chris Johnson, new car manager at Bob Moore Subaru.

The 4 Warn Storm Team’s Emily Sutton was on hand to meet dog lovers and their dogs.

She also helped convert Dominator 4, America’s most recognizable tornado chase vehicle into Doginator 4.

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Okie, Sutton’s dog enjoyed a cool doggy wash and even sat in the front seat of Doginator 4.

The dog wash helped keep the dogs cool and the bounce house was a big hit for the children.

This is the 4th annual Dogapalooza event and it continues to get bigger each year.