Charleston Opens New City Dog Park

  • Monday, June 10, 2024

The city of Charleston will be hosting a grand opening and ribbon cutting event for the newly constructed Charleston Dog Park at 126 Worth St. on Saturday, beginning at 12 p.m. 

The new Charleston Dog Park features two separate fenced in areas, one for small dogs 35 pounds or less, and one for dogs larger than 35 pounds. For the convenience and comfort of pet owners utilizing the park facilities, the park features gazebos with picnic tables and water fountains with separate water spouts for pet owner and pet use.

Dog agility equipment and toys have also been made available for public use. 

In addition to the ribbon cutting ceremony, the following vendors and agencies will be present offering services, pet-related gift items, animals for adoption, micro chipping and vaccination, and more. Those participating include Ark of Cleveland Animal Shelter, Island Creek Pet Rescue, Bradley County SPCA, Ryan and Ellie’s Homemade Pet Treats, and Puncher’s Chance Rescue.

Pet owners are reminded to adhere to Tennessee’s laws regarding pets in public spaces and owners are responsible for their pet’s behavior at all times.

For up to date information on events taking place in the ity of Charleston, visit charlestoncitytn.com or facebook.com/cityofcharlestontn, or call 336-1483. 

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