The Fuller Dog Park is a section of the Fuller Park which is just for dogs in Denver, Colorado. Vehicle parking is available on the streets of the local neighborhood.
The Fuller Dog Park is an enclosed area which has been designated specifically for exercising dogs off-leash. It is surfaced with dirt and there are patches of tufty grass in places. It is fenced with metal railings. Owners of small or thin dogs should be vigilant of their pets escaping through or beneath the bars. There is no specific area cordoned off for small dogs. All dogs must be leashed before exiting the dog park.
The off-leash area is open to the elements. There are mature trees in the main park but these don't offer any shade from the sun and it can be muddy after rain. There is one small gazebo for pet owners and no other amenities. The Denver authorities request that no toys or chairs are left in the park. No food or drink should be consumed within the off-leash limit though dog treats are permitted.
There are no water fountains installed in the off-leash area. The dog park users operate an adopt-a-jug scheme for providing pets using the park with fresh water. Plastic water jugs are attached to the fence and owners using the facility are requested to take an empty one home with them and bring it back full the next time they return. There are drinking bowls on site. Pet owners must provide their own bags for collecting their dog's feces.
All dogs using the facility must have current vaccinations, hold a Denver dog license, and wear the appropriate tags, including a rabies tag, on their collars at all times. Owners are held fully responsible for their dogs even when they are off leash.