Kids & Teens

City Dogs Reunion at Edgewater Park

On Aug. 26, City Dogs Cleveland held its fourth annual reunion of doggy parents and their four-legged friends adopted from the city kennel. Canine cuteness aplenty ensued at the event held at Edgewater Park.

If you're interested in adopting a City Dog of your own, visit to see which dogs are awaiting forever homes.

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