The Haverford Dog Reserve is a dog park in Haverford, Pennsylvania. If you're a dog and you live in Haverford, you're one lucky dog. This dog park is a lovely stretch of the countryside which has been conditioned to make it into a superb off-leash area. Pet owners of this community really have put their fur babies first. A voluntary organization runs the dog park, it is maintained by volunteers and financially runs on donations.
The Haverford Dog Reserve in Haverford, Pennsylvania incorporates at least a couple of acres of ground. The ground slopes gently so even the oldest of dogs wouldn't have a problem ambling around and finding some exciting scents to sniff out. There are plenty of trees inside this large off-leash area, so it is not only shady for the dogs but their owners as well.
There is no clashing between the large and small breeds at the Haverford Reserve Dog Park in Haverford because they have both got an off-leash area for themselves. The small dog area is for lightweight pups under twenty pounds, shy or timid dogs, and elderly or frail pups. That said, small dogs are also allowed in with the big dogs if they can handle it.
It is all fenced in too so it is secure and owners don't need to worry about their pups disappearing into the woods. Pups, big and small, have got lots of agility apparatus to train on and keep them busy. A certain level of etiquette is expected from owners and pooches using the dog park. Owners need to take poop bags with them to the park. Some are provided, but there's no guaranteed supply. A donation of a few extra rolls never goes amiss.
Picking up should not go amiss either or depositing used poop bags in the appropriate containers. After all, that is just another responsibility of being a dog owner and one which should not be taken lightly. The Haverford Reserve Dog Park is a fantastic dog park. Owners and pups using it are truly privileged. So help keep it clean and make a donation to its upkeep if feeling inclined.