Dogs can learn to surf at Coors Field on Wednesday

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DENVER -- Is your dog chill enough to hang ten? You can find out Wednesday in Denver.

The Gnarly Crankin’ K9 Wave Maker will be outside Coors Field from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. The wave-maker is 75 feet long and holds 5,000 gallons of water. Dogs can try it for free.

Coppertone the dachshund and Ricky the rescue cat will demonstrate their skills.

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It's part of the Bark at the Park event hosted by the Rockies. One dog is allowed into the park with each paid admission.

The wave-maker is part of the Lucy Pet Foundation's mission to prevent the euthanasia of pets through spay and neuter education.

The wave-maker will also be at the Denver Pet Expo on Saturday and Sunday at the National Western Complex. Admission is free and the event is held indoors.

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