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For your convenience, Mutt Mitt dispensers are provided in most City parks to easily collect and dispose of dog waste. Left on the ground, dog waste is not only unsightly but can pollute the water and also poses health risks.
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Yes. To learn more, call the Community Services Officer at the Oakdale Police Department at 651-738-1025 for complete details.
Visit the Oakdale Bark Park, located off 50th Street. This fenced-in wooded area offers walking paths for owners and plenty of room to run for their dogs. The park is open all year round and is the only park in the city where dogs can be off-leash. At other city parks, it is important to remember to keep your dog leashed at all times.
Washington County residents are reminded to call 911 for any matter that needs police, fire, or emergency services, including issues relating to animals.
Deer are beautiful, wild animals, but deer in developed areas can spell trouble as they can wreak havoc on gardens, landscaping plants, trees, and shrubs. As such, feeding deer is not permitted and can lead to the city having to take action to reduce the population.
Pet owners may have up to three dogs and/or cats, over three months of age, at any one time. Pet owners may apply for a Special Use Permit from the Police Department at 651-738-1025 if more pets are desired.