Pups and pals converge at SB park

Hundreds of dogs and the people who love them came together for Paws in the Park on Sunday at La Colonia Park in Solana Beach.

The afternoon was filled with competition for doggies and children, shows, art and plenty of furry friends for adoption.

Some of these photos are available for purchase. Browse selection here.

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