Park officials request that all dogs be leashed when coming to and from the fenced dog enclosures, but the Happy Tails Canine Park rules state that all dogs are to be off lead when in the designated play areas. Choke collars are strictly prohibited at all times.
The play spaces are divided into size appropriate compartments. The area dedicated to small dog use is also appropriate for elderly or fragile dogs to enjoy a little outdoor time without worry of overly frenetic play leading to potential injury.
The park provides access to fresh water and also is equipped with complimentary poop bags for the removal of your pet's waste during his visit to the park.
There are also benches for you to enjoy while observing Fido at play. Park rules stipulate that human food is strictly forbidden within the dog play areas.
Dogs attending the Happy Tails Canine Park are required to be current on their rabies vaccination as well as to sport their state dog licensing tag.
It is also mandated that all canine visitors be under their owner's voice control and socially appropriate for interacting with other dogs and their owners. Owners must remain in the line of sight of their dogs at all times.
G. T. Bray Park offers many desirable leisure pursuits. Children can enjoy a variety of different sports such as baseball, basketball, and football as well as take advantage of the skate park and biking opportunities.
There are also tennis and horseshoe courts and several pools to choose from, making G. T. Bray Park and the Happy Tails Canine Park ideal spots for a fun day for the entire family.
Want to take a day trip that Fido and the kids can enjoy? Consider a stop at Happy Tails Canine Park (at G. T. Bray Park)!