Park Safety and Access
The dog park is a gathering place for dogs and their owners to meet in an enjoyable environment, to that end;
We reserve the right to deny membership or revoke privileges for any reason, if there is a perception that a dog is aggressive or behaving badly. If you witness this type of behavior, please notify a committee member or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is not our intent to discriminate against any dog or its owner, however our number one priority is the safety of all dogs and humans at the park.
If park access is denied or revoked, privileges may be granted if the owner shows proof of successful obedience training from a licensed independent third party, and is approved by the dog park committee.
Together, let's make this a great park to join and have fun!
Please view these informative links.
Protect Your Dog From Dog Park Bullies. Dog parks can be a great place to let your dog socialize and burn off some excess energy. Read this article to learn how to recognize and stop dog bullying.
This article provides guidelines for first time dog park visitors as well as reminders for those of us who have been to dog parks many times.