Dress Up Your Dog in Their Christmas Best for the Annual OTR RailDog Parade This Saturday

The parade also includes prizes for the best-dressed pooches.

click to enlarge Dress your pup in their best holiday garb for the annual OTR RailDog Parade, taking place Dec. 17. - Photo: OTR Kennel Club
Photo: OTR Kennel Club
Dress your pup in their best holiday garb for the annual OTR RailDog Parade, taking place Dec. 17.

If you love parading around with your pup and want to get into the holiday spirit, you can join other Cincinnati dogs in the 10th annual OTR RailDog Parade Saturday, Dec. 17.

The parade is hosted by the OTR Kennel Club. Event organizers say you’re invited to have some drinks at the starting point, Queen City Radio, which is dog-friendly, before the parade. The parade will step off from QCR at 4 p.m. and goes around Washington Park’s Winter Market and Over-the-Rhine before heading back to the bar.

An awards presentation will follow in QCR's beer garden.

"Prizes will be awarded for the top dogs in show, so don’t hold back. We want to see those pooches in their finest holiday wear!" QCR said in a Facebook post.

QCR says there will be plenty of treats, hot cocoa and cider to go around and keep you warm. The Lübecker will also be at the bar selling schnitzel and pretzels.

Queen City Radio, 222 W. 12th St., Over-the-Rhine. More information on the parade.

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