Costumed Dogs Take Over Mt. Adams for the 32nd Annual Reindog Parade This Weekend

Dogs with the best costumes can win prizes.

click to enlarge The 32nd-annual Reindog Parade kicks off at 2 p.m. this Saturday, Dec., 11. Proceeds will go to the Batavia League for Animal Welfare. - ADAM DOTY
Adam Doty
The 32nd-annual Reindog Parade kicks off at 2 p.m. this Saturday, Dec., 11. Proceeds will go to the Batavia League for Animal Welfare.

Don’t miss out on one of Cincinnati’s cutest and most charitable parades this holiday season.

The 32nd-annual Reindog Parade kicks off this Saturday, Dec., 11 at 2 p.m. Proceeds will go to the Batavia League for Animal Welfare.

The Mount Adams Business Guild says along with the parade there will be a costume contest, raffles, celebrity judges and an appearance by Santa himself.

There are four prize categories: under 25 pounds, over 25 pounds, master look-alikes and three or more.

In 2019, CityBeat stopped by the celebration and got photos of some real festive pups.

The Guild says there are loads of Mount Adams businesses that are looking forward to seeing the pups this Saturday. Blind Lemon, World Glass Bar, Longworth Patio, Bowtie, Hifi Cincy, Amigos, Crowley’s and Philanthropub all are pet-friendly businesses.

Registration begins at 12:30 p.m. and the parade kicks off at 2 p.m. at 1055 Saint Paul Place in Mount Adams.

The festivities are free.

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