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Could Tampa’s Barkarilla Surpass World-Famous Gasparilla?


The first of the year started out with a bark, as dog friendly events across Florida kicked into full velocity. The 4th Annual Barkarilla, hosted by Ye Loyal Krewe of Samuel Bellamy, featured the Pirate Pooch Parade down Ybor City’s 7th Avenue on January 4. Barkarilla is the start of the year’s many festivities surrounding Gasparilla, all for fun and helping to raise funds for Animal Based Charities, a non-profit organization that sup- ports Tampa Bay and Central Florida rescue groups. Since 2012, the group has collected and donated more than 50,000 pounds of dog and cat food to their rescue group coalition.Visit their thrift shop at 4465 West Gandy Boulevard, Tampa. AnimalBasedCharities.org


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1) There were plenty of big dogs dressed in pirate costumes, including Lucy Lu, a 16- month-old Great Dane. 2) Luna, my love is a three-year-old Lhasa Apso. 3) Daisy Duke was the Ambassadog for Dachshund Adoption Rescue & Education (D.A.R.E.). She is a five-year-old Longhaired Doxie and a certified therapy dog. 4) Prunella is a four-year-old English Bulldog who ran the entire show. 5) Tiny Miss Gasparilla, Zephera, poses with Harley. 6) Josiah is a two-year-old Shih Tzu. 7) Ruby, Cooper and Sam. 8) Zoey, a Labradoodle, was crowned Queen of Barkarilla. (King of Barkarilla, Codgy, is pic- tured on page 2 of this issue of The New Barker.) 9) Josie, a glamorous Chi Pirate. Photography by Anna Cooke.


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