The Hungry Puppy Dog Park is a fun and safe place to socialize your dog.
Our dog park is FREE and open to the public.
The park has a double-gated entrance, is 5' in height and sports two separate play areas for your dog to enjoy. Inside the one play area, there is durable dog playground equipment specifically designed for dogs to jump and run all over as well as dog toys. For your leisure, there are benches so you may sit and chat with your friends.
Our dog park is used for a variety of services and events. Occasionally, the park may be closed for dog training, private events, and seminars. Please check our calendar below for closed notices. Thank you!
Suggested things to do at The Hungry Puppy Park
- Go for a walk: Take a leisurely stroll around the park, exploring the various agility equipment and enjoying the fresh air.
- Play fetch: Bring a ball or Frisbee and play a game of fetch with your furry friend. The open space at the dog park is perfect for some energetic exercise.
- Socialize with other dogs: Let your pup interact and socialize with other dogs at the park. This can be a great opportunity for both you and your dog to make new friends.
- Try an obstacle course: The Hungry Puppy Dog Park may have an obstacle course or agility equipment. Challenge your dog's agility and have them navigate through the obstacles.
- Picnic: Pack a picnic basket filled with dog-friendly snacks and treats, and enjoy a peaceful picnic with your pup at one of the available picnic tables or benches.
- Training session: Utilize the open space at the park to work on some basic training exercises with your dog. This can include commands like sit, stay, or recall.
- Relax and watch: Sit on a bench and simply enjoy watching all the dogs and their owners at the park. It can be entertaining and relaxing just observing the different breeds and behaviors.
- Capture memories: Take some cute photos or videos of your dog playing at the park. These moments can be cherished as memories or shared on social media.
- Support local events: Check if the Hungry Puppy Dog Park organizes any events or special days. These can include dog adoption fairs, training workshops, or fundraisers. Attend these events to support and engage with the local dog community.
Ensuring that your dog behaves at the dog park requires both preparation and active supervision. Here are some tips to help you:
- Socialize your dog: Before taking your dog to the dog park, ensure that they have been properly socialized with other dogs. This helps prevent aggression or anxiety when around unfamiliar dogs.
- Start with a calm energy: Dogs often mirror their owner's energy, so it's important to enter the park with a calm and relaxed demeanor. Excitement or nervousness can be easily transferred to your dog, potentially leading to unwanted behaviors.
- Observe the dog park etiquette: Follow the rules of the dog park and encourage other visitors to do the same. This includes guidelines such as picking up after your dog, not bringing aggressive dogs to the park, and discouraging any rough or overly dominant play.
- Use a leash if necessary: If your dog is not yet fully trained or you're unsure about their behavior with other dogs, consider keeping them on a leash until they become more comfortable in the park environment. Leashes can prevent conflicts and allow you to have more control over your dog.
- Supervise your dog at all times: Always keep an eye on your dog while they are playing at the park. This allows you to intervene if any signs of aggression, fear, or discomfort arise. Avoid getting engrossed in personal conversations or distractions that might take your attention away from your dog.
- Have a reliable recall command: Train your dog to come when called reliably. This command can help you regain control of your dog in case of any potential conflict or if they start wandering too far.
- Take breaks as needed: If you notice your dog becoming overwhelmed or too excited, take a break from the park and move to a quieter area. This will allow your dog to relax and prevent overstimulation.
- Avoid toys or treats that provoke possessiveness: Some dogs may become possessive or territorial over toys or treats at the park. To prevent conflicts, it's best to avoid bringing toys or treats that might trigger such behaviors.
Remember, always prioritize the safety and well-being of your dog and those around you at the dog park.