A Dog Park is where your leash-less dog is free to sniff, run, and socialize with other dogs. An hour at the dog park is like a dozen walks on a leash in terms of physical and mental benefits for your four-legged-pal.
The SaddleBrooke Dog Park is an all volunteer organization. We are not funded by Robson, HOA 1 or HOA 2. Our Members pay for all park maintneance and park improvements.
Information on how to join, our Rules & Etiquette, Incident Report Forms, & Board members are a click away.
Welcome to the SaddleBrooke Dog Park where you will meet wonderful dogs
and some great people too.
Our dog parks are located on Sandcrest off Club House Drive. We welcome HOA One & HOA Two residents. Membership is $100 a year.
Temporary Memberships are available for part-time visitors for $15 a month.
We also offer a LIFETIME Membership for $750. (This is for your life, not your dog's life.)
Riley's Place is a multi -purpose park located withing the SaddleBrooke Dog park. It is a place for our Senior Dogs who do not like the rambunctious of younger dogs. We also offer obedience training classes with professional Dog Trainers for all SaddleBrooke residents. This area is considerably smaller than the other two parks. We realize that our older dogs still like to smell and roll in the grass. The park is named after Riley Mersy, who lived to be 17 years and 4 months and lived the life of Riley...
Every year we host a Halloween Party for our dogs and people...we also have FUN raisers during the year to get together as friends and raise funds to support our park.
We now have Dog Training Classes in Riley's Place, our Multi-Purpose Senior Dog Park.
Leslie Hawkins (509 947 1838)
Donna Bauman (520 544 3827)
are our Membership Chairs and Dog Park Board Members. (Leslie is Board Secratary)
Tina Barnes (center photo) is responsible for making sure all Rabies Certificates are current. We do not allow dogs in the park without current Rabies Vaccinations.
Please download the appropriate application form from the link above HOW TO JOIN, fill it out, and call TO SCHEDULE A TIME TO GO OVER RULES pay your dues, and submit your application and Rabies Certificate.
PLEASE REMEMBER ...we are all volunteers. To make it more convenient we have added to the Membership Committee...
Susan Williams (small dogs) 713 822 6164
Diane Foster (Large Dogs) 760 703 2020
will also take your application
Not sure your dog is a candidate for the park... We offer Host Visits for people who would like to see how their dog (s) like our park. You are invited to call any of the Dog Park Ambassadors listed below to schedule a time for a meet and greet.
Al Goldberg 520 818 3208
Darlene Weprich 770 448 5660
Terry Johnson (small dog park) 503 710 1364
Please familiarize yourself with the Rules and Dog Park Etiquette.
PICK-UP AFTER YOUR DOG...it's not just the polite thing to do, it is the LAW! When the poop container is filling up, please empty it into the large garbage can.
Do not leave sitting water in the pools or water dishes. It is a health risk and a magnet for breeding mosquitoes.
Please keep the chairs off the grass. We have designated seating areas and ask that you enjoy those areas.
Welcome to our park. We are an all volunteer organization and welcome your talents. When you join, our Data Base Manager, Dave Jeffery (818 2433) will send you a Directory. The 2nd page has a list of Board Members and their area of responsibility. If you see an issue in the park, please call the person responsible.
We invite you to get involved and do something you enjoy. We can always use the help!
Thank you for making our parks the best dog park in town!!!
We have many wonderful Dog Park Members who do what they can to help the park. It came as a complete surprise when Woody Thompson told us Kelly Respond, Snooky's mom, was donating a quilt to help raise money for the park.
The Quilt donation was from Woody Thompson and Kelly Rospond. Woody and Trudy Rossi walk their dogs every day…and it was a complete surprise (and gift) to the Dog Park when Woody asked if we would be interested in the quilt. Kelly wanted to make with an eye toward donating it as a raffle prize. We were ecstatic at the potential, quickly printed 300 raffle tickets. Every ticket was sold. ANNOUNCING:
The Dog Park made $1,300 from the quilt!
THANK YOU to Woody and Kelly for the generous gift and thinking of your friends at the Dog Park.
Thinking about the best way to market the raffle tickets and especially the drawing for the quilt, we decided to create a party around the Quilt drawing…. Thus, the Holiday party was born. CONGRATULATIONS to Bob, Sandra and Gracie Bulakowski who won the quilt!!
Bob, as many of you know, was instrumental in starting the Dog Park and served as the 1st President. How appropriate that their family won!
Garrett & Sharon Ressing with Kelsea, "Coffee Dog"
Open every day, year-round, from dawn to dusk.