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Pooch Park

FAQs

  • Need a new Pooch Park card because yours got lost, run over in the snow, chewed on, or is in some other way not able to be used? Click to complete the form to get your new card. Please note that there is a $5 charge for replacement cards.

  • Download and complete this incident report file, and submit to poochpark@whitmanpets.org.

  • What are the hours of operation?

    Dawn till dusk, at the discretion of WCHS. The park is closed each Tuesday morning from 8-11 AM for maintenance and shelter dog use.

  • Is a day pass available?

    You may purchase a day pass to enter the park for $5.00. You can do so during the Whitman County Humane Society business hours. You will need to bring your rabies vaccination records and comply with all rules and regulations of the dog park (see below). Day passes can only be purchased at WCHS, and are not available online.

  • Click to review the Pooch Park Rules Section.

  • Why does the park cost money?

    Pooch Park at Pullman is a subsection of the Whitman County Humane Society, a non-profit organization. Pooch Park does not receive any taxpayer funding. Membership serves to fund items such as park maintenance, lawn mowing, trash pickup and some staff operations.

  • What to do in case of an emergency?

    If a dangerous and/or life-threatening event occurs, call 911 immediately. If WCHS staff are available, please inform them of the situation after calling 911.
    Additionally, we maintain an incident response form for non life-threatening incidents.

  • Who operates the Pooch Park at Pullman?

    Management of the park is maintained by a subcommittee of the Whitman County Humane Society. Membership to this committee is non-exclusive. Please email poochpark@whitmanpets.org for more details if you would like to participate as part of this committee.

Other questions? Please email them to poochpark@whitmanpets.org