Tag: SaddleBrooke Dog Park

Why neuter your dog (or not)?

Dr. Bonnie Buntain, DVM, MS The SaddleBrooke Dog Park is a valuable amenity for the many dog lovers here. The members and governing Board work hard to make it an enjoyable and safe place for pets and their human family. One of the guidelines most people follow is to neuter their dog to help prevent…

Dog Park keeps home values up

Diane Aaron Retirees love communities with areas that allow for amenities such as golf courses, craft studios, fitness centers, swimming pools, spas and the like. Communities exactly like SaddleBrooke. But Americans are also spending more money than ever on their four-legged companions and of those households, the majority are dog owners, according to the American…

News from the SaddleBrooke Dog Park

  Kathleen Dunbar, President The SaddleBrooke Dog Park is a blessing for so many. I will be forever grateful for the original founders of the park, their foresight, their sweat, their labor. Many of you may not know that it is the memberships, sponsors and donations that pay the bills for the park. We are…

Dog Park Paw Parade It’s Howl-O-Ween

Diane Aaron It’s going to be a howling good time for the SaddleBrooke Dog Park’s fur-ever friends at the annual Howl-o-Ween Paw Parade on Halloween. There will be no tricks, but lots of fun when the SaddleBrooke dogs parade in their adorable costumes. The event will be in the large dog side, beginning at 3:00…

Pizza for pups – a huge success

Left to right: Ken Wentz, first vice president; Donna Bauman, Membership; Kathleen Dunbar, president; Trudy Rossi, Sponsors and Special Events; Dan Grossman, Safety Committee. Not pictured: Don Richey, treasurer; Janine Wahlfeld, secretary; Terri Maxey, Pet Rescue.

Wednesday, March 29, members of the SaddleBrooke Dog Park held a Fun Raiser for the Dog Park. The Roadrunner Grill provided their famous pizza and salad bar and organizer Trudy Rossi helped the park raise over $1,200 for park enhancements for the pups. Over 70 people bought tickets and sponsors and friends donated fabulous door…

Costumed canines compete at SaddleBrooke Dog Park

Dan Stebbins Several dozen dogs, their SaddleBrooke owners, and a large crowd of holiday observers celebrated on October 31 with a Halloween costume contest. The event at the SaddleBrooke dog park featured both canines and owners in costumes judged for cuteness, comic appearance, originality and scariness. Winners among both large and small dogs were awarded…