If your furry BFF is getting antsy from staying indoors all day, then a trip to the dog park is in order! Treat your pooch to some much-needed off-leash time at A Leash on Life Dog Park in central Casa Grande. Located within the Ed Hooper Rodeo Park, this puppy playground offers a safe environment for the city's canine residents and visitors to blow off steam and meet new friends.
You and Fido will find A Leash on Life, which is also sometimes referred to as the Casa Grande Dog Park, adjacent to the Paul Mason Sports Complex. The facility comprises two fenced areas, but unlike most other dog parks that split canines based on size, dogs here are separated according to playing style. Therefore, one section of the park is reserved for passive pups, while the other is allocated to active woofers.
No matter which side your four-legged pal uses, they'll have a grassy area for playing, shady spots for relaxing, and granite walking paths for stretching their legs. Amenities for humans include covered seating and restrooms. Make sure to always keep an eye on your furry charge, even while you're sitting on one of the benches. Stoop and scoop if your pup answers nature's call; plastic bags are within easy reach in case you forgot to bring your own. There's also a dog drinking fountain on-site to keep canines hydrated and a hose for giving dirty paws a quick rinse. Since the grass is worn in some areas, don't expect to go home with a completely spotless dog.
Note that in order to use the park, dogs must be at least four months old, licensed and vaccinated, and spayed or neutered. For unfettered exercise, play, and socialization in Casa Grande, bring your pooch to A Leash on Life Dog Park!