announcements AND NOTES:

​​​​GENERAL

Interested in helping to plan or have ideas for an event that would benefit local rescue/shelter organizations? Contact either one of our Event co-Chairs:

Sam at Sam.rainwater15@gmail.com or Erin at mill1362@purdue.edu


BOARD MEETINGS

Members are always welcome to attend any of our monthly Dog Park Board meetings:

Feb.13, Mar.13. Apr.10, May.08, Jun.12, Jul.10, Aug.14, Sep.11, Oct.16, *Nov.13, Dec.11

* Nov.13 - annual membership meeting and election of Dog Park Assoc. board members


​​​​​LOCAL SHELTERS and RESCUE ORGANIZATIONS


LINK TO ANIMAL CONTROL WEBPAGE (Tippecanoe County, West Lafayette, and Lafayette)


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DOG PARK MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE!

Whether you are showing your love of the Dog Park, or adding to your T-Shirt collection,

COME FETCH YOURS TODAY! CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS!

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DOG PARK MEMBER FACEBOOK PAGE!

This is a Dog Park members page for dog related discussion, to setup play dates, and  other miscellaneous dog advice.

Just make a request to join and you'll be in! 

www.facebook.com/groups/265354226973867/

115 Sanford Street  Lafayette, IN  47905     Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 4671  Lafayette, IN  47903   (765) 490-7509

faq

The link below will answer commonly asked questions about the park.  Feel free to contact the Director of Operations If you still have questions, send them using the "Contact" link.

Ready to purchase a membership or have some questions?  ​

Click below for more information.

Park Status: OPEN= Area #1, Middle & Small dog areas

the WATER spigot is OFF for the winter

Please remember to bring a jug of water to share

Small Dog, AREA #1, & Middle sections are OPEN 

(Remember to check FB or email for updates)

Memberships

* Incident report located on the CONTACT PAGE..

be sure to like us on facebook:

Rules, Regulations, Etc.

Park patrons are expected to adhere to a series of regulations ​and guidelines.  Most are simple, but all are important. 

Click below to review the basics.