Picture of Pets & People Dog Park, a dog friendly attraction in Yukon.

Description

Pets love to get some off-leash exercise at this fenced dog park with separate small dog area, spring swimming pond, benches, and trees.

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BringFido Traveler Rating

Pets & People Dog Park has received a rating of 2.5 out of 5 bones by 4 dog owners on BringFido.

  • Nov. 23, 2018
    Bit By Unsupervised Dog!!!!!

    There were unsupervised dogs in the big dog park area. We went to the smaller dog area because they were intimidating. We were petting some of the dogs through the fence and one of the dogs snapped at us so we decided to stay away from that dog. A few minutes later that same dog BIT ONE OF US through the fence on the hand while we were petting another dog.!!!!!!!

    We went inside and told them that we just got bit by one of their dogs in the park. They barely even had a first aid kit, a bandaid, or anything to help us with the open wound. Definately dont recomend going there. If we would have we into the bigger side there is no telling what would have happened to us or our dog!!! Dont go here if there are unsupervised dogs in the park.

  • More than one year ago.
    Good dog park!

    I take my dogs here frequently and they both love it there. It is large and lots to explore. yes, there are "land-mines" and so watch your step. With the shelter dogs and other personal dogs, it's great socializing for my two dogs. The shelter dogs are in the park only a couple hours, and do not cause any problems. So... it's better than not and my dogs get to have a snarfing good time!

  • More than one year ago.
    Meh...

    This dog park is closest to where I live, but I would prefer to go elsewhere. It is very large and in recent years volunteers have really improved the main area, but I really dislike the way they leave shelter dogs in the park unsupervised. Unless I have someone with me or there is someone else in the park, I will not stay to play with dogs I don't know. They also don't have a good system for picking up waste-you have to bring your own bags or find the scooper hidden somewhere in the park-so it is full of landmines.

    There is a small area for smaller dogs and agility equipment, but it is usually filled with questionable-looking shelter dogs, and the equipment is in SERIOUS disrepair and unsafe for doggy use. They also have a pond, so if you're not interested in hauling a sopping wet dog home with you in your car, you should probably avoid this dog park.

  • More than one year ago.
    Nice park, but...

    The dog park itself is pretty nice. Large fenced area with lots of grass and a pond for swimming, benches and a little shade on the periphery (new trees have been planted that will provide nice mid-park shade in a few years). Be aware that this park is part of the local dog shelter, and they request that you register and sign a waiver at their offices before using the park (the park is free, donations are accepted if you are so inclined). We were there after the shelter had officially closed (5:30pm) but they still allowed us to register and use the park. There is a separate agility area with equipment, but unfortunately there were 6 or 7 of the shelter dogs being kept there and none of the staff was around to ask if they were friendly. There were also no other non-shelter dogs at the park, so my dog had no one to play with. Also, there were lots of land mines - I can't say whether other users or shelter staff were not cleaning up after their dogs but watch your step! Maybe this park is better during the day, but we felt like we were intruding on the shelters operations and did not stay for long. If we are in this area again we will probably go to one of the other dog parks in Oklahoma City rather than visit this one again.

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