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Portland, Oregon: Portland Dog Bowl

Dog photographer and artist William Wegman designed this public dog bowl and fountain on a granite checkerboard field in 2001. Reported missing in 2023, but may still be there.

North Park Blocks

Address:
235 NW Park Ave., Portland, OR
Directions:
North Park Blocks. In the park, on the east side of the street, directly across from 235 NW Park Ave. Look carefully.
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Portland Dog Bowl

Found the spot where the dog bowl was installed. There is now a brass plate where the bowl used to be. Not sure if the bowl was removed for winter and will return in nicer weather.

[Jeff B, 04/12/2023]
Portland Dog Bowl

As of Feb. 20, 2023, the dog bowl was gone. Maybe it's out getting cleaned or something.

[Kevin, 02/20/2023]

A small dog bowl in a park can be a difficult thing to spot. For the sake of Portland's dogs, let's hope it's still there.

Public dog bowl fountain.

Portland Dog Bowl

Not worth going out of the way for, but it's a nice bubbling fountain for those with dogs in the park.

[Samantha, 07/07/2015]

Dog Bowl Fountain.

Portland Dog Bowl

It is as described. A real-sized dog bowl with a small gurgling water fountain in it.

[Kellie Parker, 04/12/2010]

Dog photographer and artist William Wegman designed this odd public dog bowl and fountain on a granite checkerboard field.


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