If a ¾ acre dog park sounds awesome, help make it happen on North Side

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A concept drawing of the Horner Park Dog Friendly Area, planned for the southwest corner of the park, near California Avenue and Irving Park Road. (Christy Webber Landscapes / via DNAinfo)

IRVING PARK — The biggest dog park in Chicago — three-quarters of an acre — has been in the planning stages for years, but is still well short of the funds needed to become a reality.

The Horner Park Dog Park auction is now underway online to help bring the park closer to its goal.

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Auction items range from a sailing cruise on Lake Michigan to a monthly glass of wine at the Book Cellar. Bidding is open until 10 p.m. Saturday. Click here to view items and place bids.

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