2014 Pooch Plunge Flyer

Photo Credit - Lynn Mann of Picture the Pawsibilities


Join us for the very first meeting of the Hacienda Dog Park Ambassador Program

Tuesday, June 17 at 6:00 p.m. outside the off-leash area of the park.

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View Ambassador Program flyer (PDF)


Eden's Challenge Met!

Thank you Eden - thank you donors!

girl with dogs Eden Halbert, owner of Sierra Dogs (www.sierra-dogs.com) and Sierra Luna Photography (www.sierralunaphoto.com) in Placerville, issued a $750 challenge last November for Hacienda Dog Park that enabled us to raise $2,250!


Now We Have a New Challenge!

doc and dogDr. David Barnes, owner of Goldorado Animal Hospital in Cameron Park (www.goldoradoanimalhospital.com) is thrilled with all the work that has gone into bringing about "this great dog park". He has already generously donated $550 towards the park and has pledged an extra $250 for a new challenge of matching funds.
Thank you, Dr. Barnes!

"So let's join in support of this wonderful park!"
David Barnes D.V.M. Cameron Park, April 2014


Another New Challenge for Hacienda Dog Park

Long-time EDDOG supporters, donors and volunteers, Joanne Blossom and Bob Haltom of Cameron Park, have issued a new challenge for Hacienda Dog Park. They know how much we need the funds to purchase water fountains and benches for the park and wonder, like we do, what we are going to do about the grass in the dog parks.

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pawprintThey have issued a personal challenge to Cameron Park residents and dog lovers to match their pledge of $1,000.

pawprintThey will match every $1 donated by you to their challenge.

pawprintSo, double your money and help raise $2,000 - almost the cost of one third of a water fountain - yes, they cost about $6,700!

pawprintYour dogs are having a ball racing around off-leash and enjoying each other's company! Won't you please consider making a donation to provide the extra amenities that we need to maintain our park as a safe, clean and beautiful space?

pawprintWhat a wonderful gift for our canine companions!

pawprintPLEASE take the challenge! Thank you!


Enhance the Quality of Life for Your Dog and You

Be a part of the El Dorado Dog Owners Guild (EDDOG), an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c) 3 organization dedicated to the creation of off-leash dog parks in El Dorado County, where our canine citizens can socialize and exercise in a clean, safe environment.

We organize dog owners who wish to advocate for dog parks with local governments and park departments, to fundraise, and to educate the dog-owning community about how these facilities should be used for the betterment of our canine and human residents.

El Dorado County is a great place for us and our families, and we want to enrich the lives of our canine companions by providing them off-leash, enclosed environments so they can socialize and enjoy El Dorado County as much as we do.

We invite you to learn more about us, our community, and our ongoing partnership with El Dorado County Community Services Districts to maintain a safe and healthy place for our four legged companions. Better yet, consider being a volunteer and learning why you should care. Your dog will be glad you did, and so will you.

Take Abby's Challenge in El Dorado Hills 

An EDDOG member has pledged to contribute $50 for every $100 that is donated to EDDOG for the El Dorado Hills CSD dog park — up to $2,000! (read more...)


Meet with Us

Monthly meetings are a great way to find out what’s going on with EDDOG and how you can get involved.

EDDOG General Membership meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Cameron Park Community Services District, Country Club Drive, Cameron Park, CA (map).


   
   

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