Old Town Bark Park
- JacqueMore than a year agoGood Park
We stopped here after a days traveling and did encounter 3 other large dogs with their owner but all were very friendly and played well with my dog. The park is clean, has shade and good seating as well as water and poo bags
I will go back again
- MarcyMore than a year agoscary for little dog
After a long day on the road we stopped at Pocatello. The first park we stopped at had a "no dogs"sign so we found this one on Fido. There were lots of very big dogs who were friendly enough but started herding our dogs and pushing them around a bit. One of our dogs is only 9 pounds and I had to pick her up out of the center of 4 large dogs. There was also kind of a scary Great photo. What a grand adventure you're having on the road to your new life. There was a scary looking guy with 3 German shepards who may have been staying in the park. If you have small dogs,find another place
- DavidMore than a year agogreat park
We've taken our two dogs to this park multiple times over the past year and have always had great experiences. It's well laid out with trees, benches, and a drinking fountain/spigot.
- NickMore than a year agoMr.
I have been here once, on October 11th, 2013. The fenced off area seemed nice enough, but we weren't there 5 minutes before an unattended (or intentionally unclaimed) full-sized Black poodle bit my dog. My dog is very friendly, has been to multiple dog parks, and has never had an issue with other dogs. One of the other patrons (owner of a different dog) was kind enough to give directions to the nearest vet clinic. However, nobody stepped up to take responsibility for the aggressive dog. I have spent over $500 in vet bills to heal my dog and will not be returning. Summary: My dog got bit and nobody claimed the dog who did it. IF YOU CHOOSE TO GO HERE, WATCH CLOSELY AND BE READY TO HANDLE YOUR DOG.
The facility seemed nice for the time I was there, and it would rate higher had in not been for the aggressive dog.