Wenatchee Valley Critter Events

CRITTER EVENTS – 2019 


APRIL 13TH, SATURDAY AT 1 PM

16995 Frenchman Hills Rd.

Quincy, Washington

(509) 670-8386

An afternoon spent learning about how to treat and handle your dog in the middle of a crisis or emergency. Topics such as how to evacuate, how to provide basic first aid, and how having a trained dog in these situations will work to your benefit. Topics will be taught by Stephanie Allphin, DVM from Cascade Veterinary Clinic, Lori Nitchals, and Cara Putnam. Lite food provided. Each person will be given a chance to make and take a simple first aid kit for their dog.
Cost: $65 per person – Space is limited, sign up ASAP
Please leave your pooch home for this class!

Registration form: https://goo.gl/forms/CzbHxGesopc7WcuP2


PAINT YOUR PET

April 18, 25 & May 2  – 6:30 to 9 PM   (A 3-part series)

Sign up for this popular 3-part series, and learn how to turn a photo into a one-of-a-kind portrait of your pet! No experience necessary – our art instructors will provide all the tools and support you need along the way to create your very own pet portrait!

Class with a Glass – 10 S. Columbia – Wenatchee

www.classwithaglass.com

info@classwithaglass.com


Hale Park Off-Leash Area

Hale Park Off-Leash Dog Park

Hale Park Off-Leash Park Preview/Location/Rules
The Hale Park Off-Leash Dog Park is now open!

HALE PARK IS OPEN! Hours are 6 am – 10 pm. Please note that some minor construction, including fencing, is still going on. Hale Park is the first public off leash area (OLA) in the Greater Wenatchee area. This 2+ acre park was designed with hours of research into the best of the best dog parks in the United States and with hard-earned input from the community. It was funded by donations small and large, and would not have been possible without the work and determination of many individuals.

Phase one (2017) includes a fenced area including trees and stone benches and a lighted parking lot. Phase two will complete a beautiful entrance featuring a bronze Labrador retriever sculpture by Georgia Gerber. Later work will include restrooms.

See the interactive Google map to find your way (enter via Worthen Street). During your visit, please read and obey all listed guidelines so that we can keep this park pristine and pleasant.
Any volunteers who would like to donate their time to cleanup crew (monitoring for litter and poo, filling in holes) are welcome to contact FIDO!

DOG PARK RULES

(Approved by the City Of Wenatchee; Rules will be on the Park Entry Sign)

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  1. Owners and dog-walkers are responsible for the actions of their dogs and are liable for damage or injury inflicted by their dogs. The City is not responsible for the actions of owners or dogs.
  2. Use of the off-leash area is at your own risk.
  3. All dogs must be over four months of age, and be properly licensed, vaccinated, and healthy, with a visible rabies/ID tag.
  4. Dogs less than 30 pounds should use the small dog area.
  5. Dangerous or aggressive dogs are not permitted to enter.
  6. Female dogs in heat are not permitted to enter.
  7. Outside the off-leash area, dogs must be leashed.

INSIDE THE PARK

  1. Do not bring food into the off-leash area.
  2. Remove the leash and any choke/pinch collar when entering. Carry a leash for each dog.
  3. Each adult may enter with a maximum of three (3) dogs.
  4. Your dog(s) must be in your sight and under voice control at all times.
  5. Clean up after your dog, and visibly carry a dog waste bag.
  6. Repair holes dug by your dog.
  7. Children under 14 years of age must have close adult supervision.
  8. To report a lost pet, call the Wenatchee Valley Animal Care and Control (509) 662-9577.
  9. See Dog Park FAQs for etiquette & explanation of rules!

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