Dog Park

Rick Cook and Ozzie sit at one of the new benches located at the Bannock Bark Park in Old Town Pocatello

From a City of Pocatello news release.

There are a few new amenities at the Gate City’s two dog parks thanks to Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck.

Recently, the group donated new dog-friendly fountains, benches, waste stations, and more to the City of Pocatello Parks and Department for use at Bannock Bark Park in Old Town Pocatello and Katie’s Dog Park located near the Animal Shelter.

“On behalf of Pocatello’s four-legged residents, I’d like to thank the members of Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck for your generosity,” said John Banks, Parks and Recreation Director. “The animals may not be able to say it but I’m sure they’re going to love the new additions as will their pet parents.”  


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