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Butterfield Crossing Pool was overrun with dogs this weekend as Castle Rock’s Parks and Recreation Department hosted its annual Pooch Plunge event, which opens the pool’s doors for residents to bring in their dogs for a day of swimming. Pups young and old, big and small, spent the morning of Sept. 9 diving in and out of the pool as their owners threw them toys and swam alongside them. The event, although free for the public, gathered donations to benefit the Denver Dumb Friends League Buddy Center. The Buddy Center, located in Castle Rock, is a full-service shelter offering adoptions, pet admissions, lost-and-found services and humane education. For more information, visit ddfl.org.
Photos by Jessica Gibbs
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