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Enoch City Dog Park

Petsense in Cedar City to Host Dog Park Items

Petsense, in their effort to support the building of Iron County's first dog park, has offered space to the group, Friends of Festival Country K9s, to display and sell items to raise funds for the new fenced dog park to be built.

There will be T-Shirts & dog leashes for sale and a location for donations.  Brochures will be available to find out more about this grass roots project.

Friends of Festival Country K9s is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization that originated in Cedar City in 2012.

Can Enoch Win $25,000 for a Dog Park?

On Wednesday, May 18, 2016,Friends of Festival Country K9s and SUU Student, Courtney Sullivan presented to Enoch City Council for a dog park.  The presentation was well received and is to be addressed again at the next Enoch City Council Meeting on Wednesday, June 1, 2016 at 6PM.

Although the official decision has not been made yet, Enoch City has been accepted into the PetSafe Bark For Your Park grant contest which could earn the city $25,000 for their potential dog park.

PetSafe has been operating this grant program for the last five years and has given away $850,000 to communities across the country to build new dog parks.