Truly the Most Pet Friendly Town in Utah

With as many canine residents as humans, Park City has gone to the dogs. At least ten degrees cooler than the valley, Park City is the most pet friendly town in Utah. The town is home to two world-class dog parks, miles of trails, hundreds of dog walkers, pet-friendly lodging, exceptional veterinary services, and Friends of Animals Utah, a rescue and adoption center.

Most Park City homes include at least one furry four-legged member. Almost 3,000 dogs have been rescued and placed in Summit County by Friends of Animals Utah. Each of those animals is spayed, chipped, and vaccinated.

Bringing over twenty years of experience, Duffy McCabe of Thorn Creek Kennels in Kamas, Utah offers “an adventure camp for dogs.” Thorn Creek Kennels provides boarding, day care, classes, and transportation to and from the kennel. However, as McCabe said, it really is more like a camp than a kennel.

At Thorn Creek, dogs enjoy playtime with others. But, if a dog is a little shy, the staff offers “singles socials” in an intimate group setting. Thorn Creek helps local dogs become canine citizens with stellar manners in a warm homelike setting.

Living in the mountains, dogs encounter everything from porcupines to the flu virus. When that happens, the doctors at White Pine Veterinary Clinic are ready to help with expertise and compassion.

Finally, when it’s time to eat, visit Summit Feed and Pet Supply in Park City. It’s filled with friendly people and a tremendous variety of products for your pets.

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