The Fletcher Dog Park, or the Morris Broadband Dog Park as it is also known, is an off-leash dog park in Fletcher, North Carolina. The dog park is located in the town's Community Park which has recently been renamed as the Bill Moore Community Park. It seems like they do a lot of name changing in Fletcher, but so long as pet parents get their pup's name right, there's not too much to worry about.
The town's pups haven't got a clue what either is called; they just want to enjoy some leash-free time. This dog park in Fletcher is just one of many amenities available in the Bill Moore Community Park. As well as taking their fur buddy for some exercise, pet owners can make the most of a fitness circuit, sports fields, a disc golf course and various walking trails.
Though pet parents should remember, they can't leave their pooch unattended in the dog park while they participate in any of the previous activities. Dogs need supervising and get up to all sorts of canine misdeeds if left alone for more than a minute, so don't do it. Both large breeds and those of a smaller stature have their own individual enclosures in which to do all things dogs love to do while at the dog park.
However, as much as they might want to dig a hole, that's not one of the things they're permitted to do. They can do some socializing with other fur buddies in the park as long as it stays within the boundaries of dog park etiquette. Those who play at the park must be well-socialized.
Pups need to be wearing their ID tags while at the park, so everyone knows who is who. This not only saves on introductory butt sniffing but lets other pet parents know who the owner of every dog which poops is. There's no remaining anonymous for lazy poop scooping pet parents at this dog park in Fletcher.