The Angleton Dog Park, or the Officer Cash Memorial Dog Park as it is also known, is an off-leash dog park in Angleton, Texas. This dog park is named after the town's first K9 officer, Cash and has the use of the parking lot in front of the Angleton Animal Control and Adoption Center.
The town of Angleton has done Cash proud dedicating this dog park in his honor. They've created two super spacious compounds with a covering of good quality grass which have been properly fenced in with chain-link. There's some great agility apparatus in both the large and small dog section as well as some bushes and trees.
For pet parents, there are benches, picnic tables, and a pavilion style shelter. The park is also illuminated after dusk. It all adds up to make a perfect place for giving Angleton pups some fun exercise time off-leash. They are expected to display exemplary behavior though, and if they don't, while Cash might not be around to extend his long paw of the law, pet parents are expected to intervene.
Slapping the cuffs on a naughty pup isn't required, but if it does show any anti-social behavior, it should be leashed, and frog-marched from the dog park. There's a two dog per handler limit at this dog park in Angleton, and all handlers must be over the minimum age of sixteen. Youngsters from thirteen to sixteen are permitted in the off-leash areas, but those under thirteen must be with an adult who can supervise them.
Adults need to keep an eye out for when their fur buddy does its business too. Bags and trash receptacles have been provided in the off-leash areas, and Cash would be mighty disappointed if folks didn't use them. So all owners using the facility need to poop scoop and keep the dog park clean to make sure the memory of Cash and the work he did is appropriately honored.