Smaller dogs need their space.
Late last year, the for dogs thanks to a Boy Scouts Eagle Project by Kamiak High School junior Alex Young.
It's fine for larger dogs. Now, though, smaller pups will get their own area.
From the latest Off-Leash Area Edmonds newsletter (PDF):
Many of you have requested that we create a dog area specifically for smaller dogs so that they are able to socialize without interference of the bigger dogs. Again, thanks to our O.L.A.E. Director and Assistant Scout Master Shay Hastler and Parks and Recreation Manager Rich Lindsay, the off-leash area will soon have a small dog pen.
Thomas Tangen of Boy Scout Troop 312 and a sophomore at Edmonds-Woodway High School, will be earning his Eagle Scout Badge with the project. The 30-foot-by-20-foot pen will be west of the agility course.
This will be O.L.A.E.’s fifth project with the Boy Scouts in conjunction with O.L.A.E. directors Lindsay, Hastler and Diane Buckshnis.