How to Get Involved with Wiggly Field Dog Park
Wiggly Field Friends (WFF) volunteer association needs your help and
support. If you wish to become a Friend of Wiggly Field and/or make a
donation to help maintain or buy supplies or equipment for Wiggly Field,
please consider becoming a volunteer or member of WFF today.
Wiggly Field is Kelly Lane's newest addition. The City of Sapulpa Dog Park is an “off-leash” park area designated by the Parks & Recreation Board and the Sapulpa City Council for the purpose of allowing dogs to roam without leashes. The Dog Park includes a fenced in area for Large and Small dogs, a covered seating pavillion and two watering locations inside the fenced area for your pets. The Dog Park is open Sunday through Saturday 4:30am - 11pm.
To donate or to apply as a volunteer, please contact Sapulpa Parks at 918-227-5151 or email Krystal Lomenick, Assistant Director of Parks and Recreation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our current needs are:
Disseminating rules to our new Wiggly Field dog park patrons.
On-going park maintenance equipment: metal scoops, waste bags, etc.
Minor maintenance: keep sidewalks and picnic shelter areas clean, filling bags in dog waste bag dispensers, etc.
Dog Park Rules & Regulations
For the enjoyment of City of Sapulpa residents, guests, and their dogs, the following rules apply at the Sapulpa Dog Park.
Any owner bringing a dog into the Sapulpa Dog Park shall be responsible for complying with these rules, and any other rule, regulation, ordinance, or City of Sapulpa Code for protecting the health, welfare and safety of park users, and their animals whether posted or not.
Owner” or “Handler” means any person, firm or corporation in possession and control of or custody of a dog.
Everyone entering the Sapulpa Dog Park does so “At their own Risk”.
No owner and dog shall enter or remain within the Dog Park area between one half (1/2) hour after sunset until one half (1/2) hour before sunrise.
For safety reasons, “Children Must Be At Least 12 Years Old” and “Supervised By An Adult” to use the dog park. Children must behave in a responsible manner: no running, chasing dogs, or petting dogs without the owner’s permission.
No Person "Under 16 years Of Age” shall be permitted to bring a dog into the off-leash Dog Park area.
A dog outside the Dog Park area shall be under the immediate physical control of its owner by means of a leash not exceeding six (6) feet in length. Dogs must be kept on a leash until the owner/custodian and dog(s) are in the Large or Small Dog Park Areas, and the entrance gates are fully closed after entry.
Dog behavior can be unpredictable around other dogs and strangers. For the safety of all the dogs at the Dog Park, The “Owner Must Immediately Leash Their Dog” if it exhibits aggressive behavior and leave the Dog Park area. Protect yourself and your dog. If aggressive behavior is observed, take immediate action: either move your dog to another part of the Dog Park, or leave the Dog Park.
No dog weighing more than 25 pounds shall be permitted within the area designated for Small Dogs. Owners allowing their small dogs to enter the designated Large Dog area do so at their own risk and assume responsibility for whatever damage or injury may result.
An owner bringing a dog into an off-leash area is liable for and assumes the risk for the dog’s conduct.
Any dog left unattended within the Dog Park area shall be deemed “At-Large” in violation of the City of Sapulpa Animal Code.
No “Vicious Dogs” shall be permitted within the Dog Park area - as defined by the City of Sapulpa Code, Section 4, Animal Regulations.
“Aggressive Dogs” are not allowed at any time. An aggressive dog is defined as a dog(s) posing a threat to human beings or other dogs. “Owners (handlers) are legally responsible for their dog(s) and any injury caused by them.”
No dog which is “Injured or Diseased” shall be permitted within the Dog Park area.
An owner of a dog creating a disturbance or not being properly controlled can be evicted from the Dog Park area. Upon leaving the Dog Park area, an evicted owner shall also remove his or her dog.
Only “Two (2) Dogs Per Person (Owner/Handler)” are allowed.
All dogs must be “Under The Owner's/Handler's Control” at all times.
Dog owners/handlers must keep their dog(s) in view at all times.
All dog handlers must have a “Leash In Hand” at all times.
No female dogs in heat are allowed.
Only dogs “6 Months And Older” are allowed in the Dog Park.
No dog which has not been “Spayed Or Neutered” shall be permitted within the Dog Park.
Dogs must be “Legally Licensed, Vaccinated And Wearing Both Rabies And Current City of Sapulpa Tags” affixed or attached to the dog’s collar or harness.
Any owner/handler unable to produce current licenses or dog tags, a rebuttable presumption is created that the dog has not been vaccinated, spayed or neutered.
Any bite of a person or other dog must be “Immediately Reported” to Sapulpa Police and parties involved must wait for an officer to respond, except in the case where immediate medical care is needed.
No person having been convicted of allowing a dog to bite, chase or attack any person or animal without provocation shall be permitted to bring a dog into the Dog Park area.
Dog owners/handlers must “Immediately Pick Up And Dispose Of All Dog Excreta”, placing it in a proper plastic baggie, and then dispose of it in the trash receptacle (provided).
Dogs must not be allowed to bark incessantly so as to annoy or disturb participants of the Dog Park or the inhabitants of the neighborhood community.
No food, treats, alcoholic beverages (soft drinks and water are allowed), squeaky toys, or children’s toys are allowed in the dog park. This is a recreation park for dogs accompanied by their owners.
Smoking shall be prohibited within the Dog Park area.
No professional dog trainer/behaviorist shall conduct any training or business activity within an off-leash park area.
Bicycles, rollerblades, roller-skates, skateboards, and strollers are prohibited. This is a recreation park for dogs accompanied by their owners. (Wheel chairs are allowed.)
“No Digging.” Stop your dog from digging. Fill in any holes your dog may dig or make appropriate repairs to disturbed areas.
Playing catch (i.e., football, baseball, etc.) between people/or using remote controlled toys, which can cause harm to the dogs in the park, is not allowed.
Choke, prong, pinch, and spike collars must be removed inside park area.