Originating in Cedar City,
Friends of Festival Country K-9s (FFCK9)
is a non-profit organization dedicated to
enriching the human-animal bond of pets
and pet owners here in Iron County.
This is the new sign that has been placed at the location.
Iron County's First DOG PARK
will be located in Enoch, Utah.
Enoch City Council voted unanimously to have a dog park. The dog park will be built next to Enoch City's new
Animal Shelter on a 3 acre parcel at about
6200 N. Minersville Hwy.
The park will be Enoch City's Dog Park but
Friends of Festival Country K9s, a 501(c)3 non-profit will be seeking grants, donations and spearheading fundraising efforts to help build this park and help the animal shelter.
are a 501 (c) 3 non profit organization organized for education and
appreciation of animals, offering community outreach and animal
assistance, while developing a dog park in
group is dedicated to saving homeless, abused and abandoned animals.
Our goal is to end the euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals in our
county through adoption.
strive to educate the public about spaying/neutering, responsible
ownership and breed discrimination and believe it will make a positive
impact in our community.
Thank you Enoch City for realizing the value to the community.
If you can help this effort in any way, we welcome your participation. Please find out how you can help by visiting our Enoch Dog Park Page.
at 582 S. Main Street in Cedar City is hosting a display rack for our group to sell items to raise funds to help us build the dog park.
T-Shirts, 6 foot leashes, re-usable shopping bags
wood magnets, vinyl decals & books
Pick up a free bookmark and see the plans of
the dog park.
Cash Only Sales Please
Support Enoch Dog Park Shirts For Sale
$20 Small to XL
$25 2XL and larger sizes
Purchase of these shirts help us with our building fund. For a full list of items for sale:
Painting Party Fundraiser
at Ramada Inn, Cedar City
on Sat, Dec 9th at from 2pm - 5pm!
$40 a person
We support Iron County Animal Shelters and Rescues and hosted a fundraiser for dog beds. Our Iron County Shelters did not have something for the animals to lay on. When the kennels got cleaned, the dogs had to go back onto hard, cold,
We reached our goal to help get the animals off the ground thanks to a wonderful caring community and their donations.
THANK YOU CARING COMMUNITY!!