The Roseville Dog Owners’ Group (RDOG) is a
non-profit organization founded in 1996 for the purpose of promoting
recreational opportunities for Roseville (California) area dog owners and their
companion animals. RDOG was instrumental in establishing Marco Dog Park,
the city’s first off-leash dog park. RDOG was also
instrumental in establishing Bear Dog Park
and the Dog Park within
“Bill” Hughes Park. In 2009,
Saugstad Dog Run
RDOG is a dog advocacy group, working closely with the City of
Roseville to help maintain existing dog parks, and open new dogs
parks where dogs and their owners can play and enjoy fun
experiences. We also offer recreational and educational activities
in Roseville, and fun outings outside of the area. Our website and
newsletter offer informative information on local dog events,
training and health tips, organizational news, and most anything
else that might be of interest to local dog owners. Most of all, we
promote responsible dog ownership!
In addition, RDOG sponsors the American Kennel Club's Canine Good Citizen,
and events at Roseville dog parks.
RDOG also sponsors a kennel at the Placer SPCA, and donates money to other dog groups who
are in need.
RDOG also developed and distributes
"Fido is Part of the Family"
Activity Books to children.
This book teaches the selection, care, and cost of owning a dog.
A great book for the whole family who is interested in having a dog
join their pack.
While membership in RDOG is certainly not
mandatory in order to enjoy the dog parks, we hope you will be
inclined to join in order to support the park and work towards
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