If you’ve ever visited the Humane Society, you already know that Humane Society dogs love to play in their one acre, fenced dog park that is adjacent to the Charlotte Edkins Animal Adoption Center. Although adult dogs have indoor outdoor access in their private kennels with heated floors and air-conditioning, nothing is as fun as the freedom of running, jumping, digging in the dirt or playing in a plastic swimming pool outside in the fresh air. Thanks to the kindness and generosity of John Krimmel, Humane Society dogs have enjoyed the freedom to roam safely in their enclosed pet park since it was constructed in 2006.
In an effort to give back to the community, the Humane Society is considering opening its fenced dog park to it supporters. While we need to keep the park available for adoption center dogs as well, we are considering ways to arrange dog park access to our supporters and their dogs.
Regardless of the weather in big sky country (rain, sleet, or snow), Humane Society dogs enjoy off-the-leash, fun time in the dog park.