Winter dog park

Kyle and Juliane Farlow pet their dog, Pako, a goldendoodle, while Grover, a Bernedoodle, and Piper, an Italian mastiff, come over to play at the winter dog park at the fairgrounds in 2020.

As days get shorter and snow up high begins to drive wildlife to lower elevations, it’s more important than ever to ensure dogs can get their exercise without being tempted to chase ungulates.

Enter one solution: the seasonal dog park at Teton County Fairgrounds.

Contact Johanna Love at 732-7071 or jlove@jhnewsandguide.com.

Editor in Chief Johanna Love has covered the Jackson Hole community as part of the News&Guide staff since 1998. She took the helm of the newsroom in 2017. She fields story tips and kudos as well as criticism and questions.

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