What is being proposed for the Enoch Dog Park

 

Being proposed:
Minimum 3 areas
large dog
small dog
training/demo/or all dog area by appointment which will be used as a rotation area as well for maintenance
6’ Cyclone Fencing
Double Gated Entry – so dogs cannot escape
Multiple Entries for each area – so dogs do not congregate in front of one entrance
Maintenance Gates for each area.
Pick Up Stations – multiple. Encourages compliance of waste pick-up
Sanitation Receptacles for pet waste and trash
Rules Signage
Seating with shaded areas
Bulletin Boards for postings

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Bark for your Park in Enoch

We have the opportuniity to win $25,000 towards a dog park for Enoch which would benefit the entire community of Iron County.

The way to participate is to go here,  http://www.petsafe.net/barkforyourpark/win/ and give them your name and email address. Tell them why you think ENOCH, UTAH needs a dog park. Please state Enoch by name. Attach a picture of your dog or a photo of your community!

This method of voting is different from prior years in that everyone had to check in daily and vote. This way you are only “voting” once by telling them why you think Enoch needs a dog park.

 

This following statement is from PetSafe after sending them a question!

 

Grant recipients will be awarded based on a combination of factors, including the need and impact and reach of the project or need.

 

 

Animal shelters in iron county Utah are in need!

The Shelters are in need of crates and beds for the animals. The crates are for transportation and beds for comfort. If you can donate to help the animals. Please click on the following link and post Friends of Festival Country K9s and we will distribute these items to the locations where they are needed most.
https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/animalrescueaid?code=Shelter%2FRescue%20Group%20Donate%20Button

 

How can you help the animal shelters of iron county Utah this Christmas?

Lots of people write and ask how they can help the shelters.

Many don’t have room for another dog or don’t have the time to volunteer a lot. 

Everyone is trying to make ends meet, and with Christmas it seems like there is very little left to share for homeless pets. 

Consider the ” Friends Of Festival Country K-9s ” Christmas Tree ! * at Petsense *

Choose a card for a cash donation for 5 dollars, 10, 20, 50, 100……

Or, pick a card for a specific item ( we asked the shelters their specific needs ) Collars, leash’s, cat food, dog food, litter, Gift Cards ect. 

There is also a poster of several adoptable dogs from the Iron Co Animal Shelter.

Stop in to PETSENSE, choose a card that fits your budget, and Thank-you for your donation !

Best friends pays iron county Utah a visit monday

Todays group of Iron Co. Sheriffs Dept. shelter staff, Corporate sponsor’s, and local Dog Club and shelter volunteers receiving awards from Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, for our efforts in supporting our local No Kill shelters. 

A representative from Best Friends, the Iron Co. Sheriff Mark Gower, Iron Co. Animal Control officers, Tom Byrd and Jobe Peterson, Amber Bunker Rasch / Shelter Adoption Coordinator, Carrie Haber / Shelter volunteer, Lisa Pedersen / representing the Festival Country K-9’s, Ginger Grimes from Dust Devil Horse Sanctuary, and Jeff Pedersen, manager from Petsense. 

The awards were presented in front of the Iron Co. Commissioners at their monthly meeting. CONGRATULATIONS to everyone for all the hard work, hours spent and great effort made towards the animals of Iron Co. UT.

Todays group of Iron Co. Sheriffs Dept. shelter staff, Corporate sponsor's, and local Dog Club and shelter volunteers receiving awards from Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, for our efforts in supporting our local No Kill shelters. 

 A representative from Best Friends, the Iron Co. Sheriff Mark Gower, Iron Co. Animal Control officers, Tom Byrd and Jobe Peterson, Amber Bunker Rasch / Shelter Adoption Coordinator, Carrie Haber / Shelter volunteer, Lisa Pedersen / representing the Festival Country K-9's, Ginger Grimes from Dust Devil Horse Sanctuary, and Jeff Pedersen, manager from Petsense. 

 The awards were presented in front of the Iron Co. Commissioners at their monthly meeting. CONGRATULATIONS to everyone for all the hard work, hours spent and great effort made towards the animals of Iron Co. UT.