Be sure to bring a jug of water with you to the park. The water fountain is down on the Big Dog side and not functioning. Parts are on order.

Lost dogs at Cooper Dog Park.

They were our official greeters at the “Cooper Dog Park” entry. They are missing! They don’t eat much and require very little grooming. Neither dog will respond by calling them and if approached, they will not run away. If you see them, please call Animal Control at 918-338-4230. The only reward is by returning them and doing the right thing. Please send our watch dogs back. We miss them!
Bark Park Buddies.

March’s dog of the Month: Lilly Mae

March’s dog of the Month: Lilly Mae

About Name: Lilly Mae Breed: Beagle Age: 19 weeks Gender: Female Favorites Toy: Snoopy Activity: Walks Training Trick: Sit Destination: Grandpas Friend: Mom and dad From the Dog’s Mouth What’s your biggest accomplishment? Not biting…

February’s dog of the Month: Winston

February’s dog of the Month: Winston

About Name: Winston Breed: Springer Spaniel Age: 5 Gender: Male Favorites Toy: tug-a-war toy Activity: running in the woods Training Trick: sit, stay,speak,lay down,shake, fetch Destination: family farm Treat: apple slice Friend: Samson From the…

Remembering Cooper


Cooper Dog Park was so named to honor K-9 Officer Cooper, a Bartlesville, Oklahoma police dog, who was tragically poisoned while serving Bartlesville residents in 2010. Cooper was a valuable asset to the community and his dedication to duty is sorely missed.

Learn more about Cooper’s service to Bartlesville.

Video: A Tribute to Cooper