Broken Arrow Opens New Dog Park
BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma - Broken Arrow dogs and their owners have new place to play. The city cut the ribbon Friday morning on the Rose West Dog Park near 101st and Garnett.
It has two areas - one for big dogs and one for smaller dogs. All dogs have to be at least 6 months old, up to date on their vaccinations and spayed or neutered.
There are bathrooms and water fountains for the use of people visiting the park and folks using the adjoining Liberty Park Trail to ride bicycles, walk or run.
A 2014 bond approved by voters paid for the park which cost $473,000. The land was donated by Joan and Monte Dunham in October 2011 with the request the park be named after Rose West, the former owner of the property.