Friends of the Moscow Dog Park
Pet Pictures with Santa
Support a good cause and have your dog's picture taken with Santa Saturday, December 7 from 10 am-4 pm, Palouse Empire Mall (east entrance next to Rite Aid)
The Moscow Animal Clinic and Hospital is putting on their annual fundraiser again this year and all proceeds are donated to the Humane Society of the Palouse
Cost is $15.00 for (2) 4x6" photos --please have kitties in carriers and dogs on leashes
Visit Us on Facebook
Friends of the Moscow Dog Park has a facebook presence. Take a moment to check it out. We have over
one hundred photos of dogs taken at the dog park posted there.
Dog Park e-News
Sign-up to receive Dog Park e-News through email containing updates about Friends of the Dog Park meetings, events, park improvements, weather shelter, and more.
Friends of the Moscow Dog Park is an all-volunteer group of local residents dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of the Moscow City Dog Park. We are motivated by our dogs who need physical and mental stimulation and enjoy canine interaction.
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- To promote and enhance a fenced-in, off-leash dog park where well-behaved canine citizens can exercise and play in a clean, safe, and healthy environment.
- To provide volunteer support to the City of Moscow in maintaining and improving an attractive, vibrant space for all dog lovers and their friends.
- To encourage responsible dog ownership and offer opportunities for lively, positive canine socialization.
How can you help?
Consider making a donation towards the many improvements we have earmarked for our park. If you wish to make a tax-deductible donation to support Moscow's dog park, mail your check to:
Thomas R. Grundin, CPRP
Parks & Facilities Manager
City of Moscow
P.O. Box 9203
Moscow, Idaho 83843
Make checks payable to the "City of Moscow" and write “Dog Park” in the memo. You may request a plaque be mounted in the dog park weather shelter for donations of $100 or more.
Please take a few minutes to
send in your donation today!
For questions, comments or concerns, please contact Emily Spellman