Our city’s commitment to public parks and open spaces doesn’t stop at serving people — furry friends are included! There are currently nine off-leash parks dedicated to letting dogs be dogs with ample open space to run and play, waste stations for convenient clean up and rest benches for parents to kick back and make new friends.
Pet Tributes & Memorials
Celebrate your loved pet with a lasting gift that gives back to our community dog parks. Our pets are an important member of our family and community. Pay tribute to the joy they bring us and support Madison’s dog parks with a Furever Tag.
Furever tags are engraved memory tags installed on a unique and locally-created art sculpture within one of our city’s nine off-leash public dog parks. Tags are generously provided and engraved by
Pet Supplies Plus
Purchase your Furever Tag today!
Local metal fabricator, Custom Metals, helped us create a work of art to honor and celebrate our fury friends. Once purchased, tags will be engraved with your message and permanently attached to the sculpture.
• Tags are 3 in. x 5 in. bone-shaped tags with a black powder coating
• Engrave up to three lines of custom text per tag (22 characters maximum per line)
• Tags will be installed up to 8 weeks after purchase
• The first 300 tags will be placed in Quann Park
Join us April 30th for the Barks in Parks: Sculpture Unveiling event !
You may also download a form and mail to:
Madison Parks Foundation
P.O. Box 259336
Madison, WI 53725
Your gift is fully tax-deductible and provides support for our city’s public dog parks throughout the community, ensuring Madison’s furry friends have place to run and play for years to come. Madison Parks Foundation is 501(c)(3) organization.
Madison area dog parks
Madison Parks offers 9 fenced, off-leash dog park areas with three locations, Odana School, Warner and Sycamore, providing a separate small-dog fenced area. A Dog Permit is required. Permits are available online .
Odana School Park
North Star Dog Park
Walnut Grove Park