The Jacksonville Jaguars have gone to the dogs.
The NFL team announced during its State of the Franchise address Thursday that it will partner with Pet Paradise to open an in-stadium dog park to the south end zone of their home stadium.
The amenity for dog lovers, which will include a swimming pool, artificial turf and palm trees. According to ESPN, the 2,000-square-foot dog park will also feature TV/internet capability so that owners can check in on their dogs during a game.
TIAA Bank Field, which was formerly known as EverBank Field, will be the first NFL stadium to have a dog park.
The Jaguars also announced a new military-themed interactive area in the north end zone of the stadium and unveiled their new uniforms during Thursday's event.
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