A fun new family event is planned for Anaheim’s La Palma Dog Park, where families with four-footed members can participate and enjoy the spirit of the season.
Howwwl-O-Days will be held on Saturday, Dec. 12, from 10 a.m. to noon with activities for the entire family.
Dog activities will include:
- Ugly Christmas sweater contest
- Doggie paw print ornament
- Photo booth
- Doggie treats, games and refreshments
Pet parents can:
- Take pictures
- Take videos
- Take some more pictures!
La Palma Dog Park is at 1161 N. Anaheim Blvd. Space is limited and pre-registration is recommended.
Registration for each dog is $10, and accessible online at Anaheim.net/ezrecconnect or by calling Anaheim Community Services at (714) 765-5191. Each registration fee is good for one dog and up to two owners.
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This article was released by the City of Anaheim.
A new dog park is slated to open in Olive Hills Park in Anaheim Hills next summer, construction begins next month. Check out this OC Register article for more details:
Construction contracts awarded for parks
The city’s second dog park is scheduled to open in Anaheim Hills by next summer, boasting an open space for canines to run and mingle.
Construction is expected to begin next month on the dog park at Olive Hills Park, featuring water stations, trees, a walking trail and separate play areas for large and small dogs. Earlier this month, the City Council awarded a $1.13 million contract to Horizons Construction Co. of Orange to complete the work.
“I do think it really is good for socializing the dogs and having the dogs’ owners go out and actually get to meet other people,” said Councilwoman Lucille Kring, who added that she has asked for dog parks to be built in Anaheim since 1999.
Kring also suggested a dog park be built at Maxwell or Twila Reid parks in west Anaheim as a way to deter homeless people from gathering – some residents living near Twila Reid Park has raised concerns at the council meeting. City officials said homeless people have largely stopped gathering at La Palma Park after Anaheim’s first dog park opened there in March.
The dog park at Olive Hills, just off East Nohl Ranch Road, was originally scheduled to open this year, but city officials said the site required additional review before construction could begin.
Separately, a new gazebo, benches, tables and play equipment will be built at a new pocket park in the 900 block of Circle Park, just north of Ball Road and Gilbert High School in west Anaheim. The City Council awarded a $383,465 contract to Micon Construction Inc. of Placentia to build the park by February.
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One of my dog’s favorite activities is a trip to the dog park. She gets especially excited when she gets the opportunity to visit new ones, so when I read that Anaheim will be opening three new dog parks soon, it got my attention.
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