Poll: A Dog Park in South Pas?

Councilmember Marina Khubesrian, liaison to the Animal Commission, says South Pas commissioners think there's a need.

Where do you walk your dog in South Pas? Do you feel there's a need for a place where pups can run free? 

According to Councilmember Marina Khubesrian, South Pas commissioners say yes. 

Khubesrian, who is the liaison to the Animal Commission, wrote in an e-mail to Patch:  

The Animal Commission talked about the need and interest in a Dog Park in South Pasadena. Apparently the number of dogs in the city has increased and more dogs are being allowed to run off leash at in violation of the leash ordinance. ...

The Commission identified the area in the Arroyo next to the skate park and batting cages as an ideal spot for a dog park. They will be submitting their request for consideration and [asking] to add it to the list of potential projects to fund in the upcoming budget workshops and hearings.

Patch Asks: Are there too many pups running around in South Pas? Should the city back a dog park in town? Where's an ideal place? Take our Patch poll, and tell us in comments!

Janet Cartwright March 14, 2012 at 06:21 PM
Yep, the breeders need to leave the spawn at home for once.
Janet Cartwright March 14, 2012 at 06:23 PM
Can you imagine a cat park? I would pay to see that :)
Janet Cartwright March 14, 2012 at 06:24 PM
Yes, repave roads first. Tired of feeling like my fillings are going to come out of my teeth.
Rocio Sandhu December 04, 2012 at 06:44 AM
I live in South Pasadena and have to take my dog to Alice's dog park, Griffith, or Silver Lake. We need a dog park in our city.
Rocio Sandhu December 04, 2012 at 06:50 AM
The world is a cat's park.


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