Dog park Rules
- Dog owners must ALWAYS have a leash in hand for each dog they bring to the park
- Dogs must be leashed before entering and exiting the Mount Washington Valley Dog Park.
- When entering the park, let your dog off the leash between the first and second gate, so that your dog enters the park unleashed. CHECK ALL EXITS BEFORE UNLEASHING YOUR DOG AND ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE GATES ARE PROPERLY CLOSED BEHIND YOU.
- When exiting, properly leash dog(s) before exiting the Dog Park. ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE GATES ARE PROPERLY CLOSED BEHIND YOU.
- Children must be calm, quiet, and supervised at all times.
- No Rawhide, Toys, Frisbees, Food, Glass Containers or Smoking allowed inside the Mount Washington Valley Dog Park.
- All dogs must bear a permanent ID (collar tag or microchip) while inside the Mount Washington Valley Dog Park.
- Dogs under four (4) months of age are not permitted.
- Owners/members are responsible for keeping their dogs’ vaccinations current and up-to-date at all times. Rabies tags must be worn and displayed by all dogs at all times.
- Dogs must be supervised and under voice command at all times.
- Dogs known to exhibit vicious, aggressive, or dangerous behavior are not permitted at any time. Dogs showing signs of aggression must be immediately leashed and removed from the park.
- Dogs that bark persistently are a nuisance and should be removed.
- All dogs must be spayed or neutered.
- No more than three (3) dogs per Owner/Handler are permitted at any time.
- Owners are legally responsible for their dogs and injuries caused by them.
- ALWAYS CLEAN UP after your own dog and any other waste you find. Trash
receptacles and disposal bags are available for this purpose.
- Dogs are the only type of animals permitted inside the Mount Washington Valley Dog Park.
- This dog park is self-policed. If you are asked to leave, you must leave.
- Dogs MUST be leashed outside of the fenced area. No exceptions. Shelter staff and shelter
dogs are frequently walked behind the shelter in view of the dog park. For the safety of you,
your dog, shelter staff and dogs PLEASE keep you dogs leashed until they are safely behind