Weather Shelter

Weather Shelter Construction

Our dog park weather shelter offers a place to escape from the elements while we provide our furry friends lively, positive, social playtime. The Friends of the Dog Park raised the funding needed to construct a weather shelter at the Moscow Dog Park to protect its human patrons and extend the Dog Park's usefulness into the snowy and rainy months. WSU students assembled the Weather Shelter on site.

Thanks goes out to:

  • All those who helped with the weather shelter ground breaking effort and for the many additional occasions individuals helped throughout the construction process.
  • All who donated funds to make our weather shelter a reality
  • Dr. Barnstone and his WSU architecture design/build classes for designing a beautiful weather shelter and building it for us from the ground up
  • Linda Pall who's guidance and leadership helped start the Friends of the Dog Park organization with a focus on long-range projects and improvements
  • Tiffanie Braun for leading our team as its Chair in the initial approval and fund raising efforts of the shelter
  • Dan Cordon for continuing the work Tiffanie started by leading the Friends group as its Chair toward a successful shelter completion
  • Dwight Curtis for presenting the weather shelter concept to the City Council and obtaining their approval for it on our behalf.
  • Roger Blanchard for acting as our liaison with the City of Moscow and helping us every step of the way
  • Emily Spellman for never giving up on her belief in the value of the weather shelter and inspiring us to continue working toward its completion
  • Scott Smith for just about everything including taking the lead role in managing the weather shelter construction project for us