Seattle Swimming Pools Will Allow Dogs
As summer winds down, some Seattle swimming pools usually allow dogs to enjoy a swim before the pools are drained for the summer.
So far, to Seattle area pools have said they will be open to dogs this month.
The Madison Pool in Seattle will be open to dogs on September 25 from 1 PM to 3 PM.
- The cost is $15.00 per dog
- There will be an outside area to wash dogs before entering the pool
- All dogs must be licensed – Animal control will be on site to help with licensing
- A few vendors will be on site with treats and handouts
- Tennis balls will be available on the pool deck – There will also be stairs and docks in the pool to make pool access easier for the dogs
- Health department rules prohibit humans from being in the pool with the dogs
- The Madison Pool is located at 13401 Meridian Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133
The Arbor Heights Swim & Tennis Club in West Seattle will open its pool to dogs September 22-26.
The pool will be open to dogs from 5 PM – 7 PM from Tuesday, 9/20 – Friday, 9/23 and from 10 AM – Noon on Saturday, 9/24.
- Suggested donation is $10 per dog per day or $25 for a pass for all day and times
- No people allowed in pool
- Dogs must be well socialized, healthy and current on vaccinations
- Pet owners are responsible for the actions of their pets
- The Club will use all donations to purchase equipment for the its teams
- Arbor Heights is located at 11003 31st Ave. SW, Seattle, WA 98146
Let your favorite pooch enjoy the end of summer with a pool party! Bring your dogs to swim, splash, and play in the outdoor pool at Gregory Seahurst Swim Club!
Gregory Seahurst Swim Club pool in Burien is open for dogs on Sunday, September 18th.
Location – 16700 19th Ave SW, Burien, WA 98166
Session 1: 8-10am
Session 2: 11am-1pm
Cost is $10 per session or 15$ for both sessions. Proceeds benefit GSSC Water Polo Team.
- All dogs must leashed unless swimming in the pool.
- All dogs must have current on vaccinations.
- No aggressive dogs allowed.
- Handlers must be at least 16 years old.
- No female dogs in heat or puppies under 3 months old.
- Dogs swim at owner’s risk.
If you know of any other Seattle area pools that will be open to dogs this fall please let me know.