About our Play Park…
Carp Country Canines Play Park has been created to eliminate the concerns associated with taking your dog to a public off-leash area. We provide a 2 acre fully fenced play area for private use. This means you get the whole space all to yourself during your reserved time slot. Amenities include fresh water, waste disposal, agility style obstacles, shade, and shelter. This is a safe place for all dogs of any breed, size or personality. The Play Park is available for individual, group and professional dog walker bookings. This provides an opportunity for your dog(s) to have plenty of off-leash freedom without any concern about “selective recall”. It also allows you to choose what dogs he socializes with. In the Play Park there are no surprise encounters with unknown dogs so you can rest assured that you and your dog will be safe!
In an effort to ensure the health of all those who use the Play Park it is imperative that you pick up after your dog. If you notice a poop that has been missed by another owner (it can happen to anyone), it would be great if you pick it up. There are extra baggies available on site for this purpose.
View pictures on our Facebook Page Play Park on Facebook
Please read the Play Park rules before scheduling a visit:
1. All visits are by appointment only and payment is due at time of booking.
2. Dogs must be leashed at all times when outside the fenced area i.e. walking to and from your vehicle.
3. All owners must pick up after their dogs and place waste in the bin near the gate. If you have forgotten to bring bags, some are available near the gate. Please use provided bags only if you have forgotten to bring your own.
4. Be mindful of your scheduled time. Returning to your vehicle promptly at the end of your reserved time ensures a relaxed arrival for the next visitor. Remember that some dogs come to play here because they do not like meeting other dogs so please be respectful of other owners and dogs and do not approach others on arrival or departure.
5. Do not enter the Play Park if it is occupied by someone. Instead, get their attention and politely remind them that their time is up. You may be annoyed that there is someone who hasn’t left on time but safety is the number one priority.
6. Always securely latch gates on arrival and departure.
7. Lets keep everyone healthy! Don’t bring your dog to the park if they have a cough, diarrhea, worms, fleas or any other signs of illness.