The Englewood Canine Corral is a dog park in the town of Englewood, Colorado. There is a parking lot close to the dog park. This park is an off-leash exercise area, especially for dogs. It is fully enclosed with waist-high chain-link fencing. There is no separate section cordoned off for small breeds. The off-leash area is surfaced with a combination of dirt and bark chippings.
There are several large trees within the Englewood Canine Corral Dog Park which offer pets some level of shade on sunny days. The dog park has a few pieces of agility equipment for fun and exercise. The off-leash area is very open to the elements and can become muddy after rainfall. The Englewood Canine Corral Dog Park also has a double gated staging area for the safe leashing and unleashing of dogs.
The City of Englewood authorities require all dogs using the off-leash facility to be fully vaccinated, including rabies and to wear the appropriate tag on their collar. Dogs are also required to be wearing a current license tag. No puppies under four months of age are permitted entry into the dog park. Pet owners must be in full control of their dogs at all time. If a dog displays any kind of aggression it must be removed immediately from the park.
Children are allowed into the off-leash area but must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Dog handlers must be over sixteen years of age to exercise a dog. There are some benches and picnic tables in the off-leash area for pet owners to use. There is no fresh water supply at the Canine Corral. Owners are advised to take their own bottled water and a drinking bowl for their dog. There is a poop bag dispenser on-site, but it is advisable to always carry a personal supply in case of stock depletion. Owners are obliged to clean up after their dogs and dispose of used poop bags responsibly in the containers provided.