The Willis Tucker Dog Park is located in the Willis D. Tucker Community Park in Snohomish, Washington. There is a parking lot close to the dog park. This dog park has three separate sections for exercising dogs off-leash. Dogs are also welcome in all other areas of the main park but must be kept on a leash no longer than eight feet long at all times.
The three off-leash dog areas (OLDAs) can be found in the northeast section of the main park. All three areas are fully fenced. The first is an enormous six-acre piece of open meadowland, the second is a one and a quarter wooded area, and the third one, specifically for small or shy dogs, measures a quarter of an acre.
Pet owners exercising small breeds should be aware the trunk fencing is quite open and small dogs can easily escape through it. All dogs should be kept in visual contact and under adequate voice control. No dog should be left unattended in any of the off-leash areas under any circumstances.
All dogs using the facility must have their vaccinations up to date. Puppies under six months of age are not permitted in any of the off-leash areas. There is no fresh water supply at the dog park to help prevent the spread of infections.
Owners are required to provide their own bottled water and drinking bowl for their dog. The local authorities recommend not sharing water bowls with other dogs. The dog park is natural countryside and owners should assure their pets parasite treatments for ticks and fleas is current.
The Snohomish park authorities operate a pack it in and pack it out program in all parks which includes the dog parks. Pet owners must supply their own poop bags and collect all excrement produced by their dog immediately. There are not many dumpsters at the dog park and owners are requested to dispose of the poop bags responsibly or to take them away from the park.