Del Mar celebrates Dog Beach fountain

Dogs Walter and Sophie take a drink while being supervised by Richard and Sharon Bockoff.

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The Del Mar Foundation Hospitality Committee held a ribbon-cutting ceremony March 13 for the “Dog/People Fountain” at the north end of Dog Beach. Photos: Jon Clark

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