This website is intended to help you by providing you with the essentials, necessities, rules and information valuable to care for your pet on Fort Riley to include Fort Riley's pet rules and regulations 40-18. We hope that you find this website helpful. Information in this site will include:
|Agility strengthens the bond between dogs and handlers, it is extremely fun, and it provides vigorous exercise for both!|
|Keep your dog cool in the car by putting icepacks in his crate. Make sure the crate is well ventilated.|
|Good dental hygiene can play an important role in keeping your dog in top form. Clean your dog's teeth and check his gums regularly.
| Fort Riley's Housing Rules
Pet Necessity Donation Drive
Playtime tips and ideas for your Pet
Suggested information on items for your pet
Because we care about your pet(s) we have created this page to help you, offer ideas, insight, and offer a form of communication to our Pet Owners.
|Fort Riley's Animal Control Officer -
ACO's main duties is to inform and educate pet owners of their responsibilities on Fort Riley.
|This website is an unofficial website not endorsed by Fort Riley Installation or the Army. This site is created for residents of Fort Riley, Kansas. This site is not for personal gain in reference to money or affiliations. This site is managed by Kathryn Alvarez and SGT Roberts (ACO). NOTHING WILL BE POSTED OR DISCUSSED that could endanger our soldiers or families, with the exception of postings requested by PMO or Commanding Officers. OPSEC is enforced on this site.Kathryn Alvarez will control content of all material posted herein and will excercise the removal of any inappropriate material left by visitors in the comment section. This site contains suggestions and general information. This site is not intended to help you with pet care health issues. If you have questions or concerns about your pets health, please contact the Veterinary Stray Facility at 239-3886.|
|Updated November 17, 2008 by Kathryn Alvarez, Founder|
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