It is our vision to
have a nature park which is maintained in a safe and healthy
environment where your dog can feel free to run, roll over, swim and
socialize with their canine friends.
We feel it
is a important part of being a pet guardian to provide exercise, group
socials and individual play time for your pet. As animal
enthusiasts we hope everyone can enjoy this beautiful park. We
also hope to provide new homes for many shelter animals through
charity fundraisers and educational dog awareness groups.
Mark and Judy Wise
Companion Club Dog
Park is unique in many ways, from its beautiful pine trees to its
"Golden Pond" located on eleven spacious acres. Companion Club Dog
Park could not have been successful without the help and guidance of
some valuable people. We would like to credit our investor for
believing in our dreams and abilities, my sister Betty for always
being there and knowing that I would achieve my goals, and support
from our family and friends for never giving up "Hope", and most of
all we want to thank God for making it all happen. We also give
a special thanks to our Webmaster, Deb Sullivan, for designing
this beautiful site all the way from her location in Houston,
Texas. Companion Club Dog Park has been a labor of love which took
many failed attempts at finding the perfect property.
Mark and Judy Wise’s
love for animals has occupied a large part of their lives for the
past ten years. They are currently guardians of five dogs,
Chester (Chesapeake Bay Retriever), Maggie (Yellow Lab), Gracie
(Lab Mix rescue), Sox and Beanie (Boston
Terrier/Rescue) , and five cats; Bee, Juliet,
Spooky, Buttons and Kitten. Judy and Mark also have a Parrot (Newman).
Judy has always been involved in
the care and rescue of abused and
neglected animals, and it has been her life long passion to enhance their
is currently a Real Estate Broker involved in commercial and
residential development and also holds a Journalism degree from Ohio
Run...Swim...Play! What else could a dog want?
"You will never find
anyone as happy to see you as a dog!"