The Highland Dog Park is an off-leash dog park in Geneseo, New York. The dog park is an area of the historic village's Highland Park which has been reconditioned to serve as a place to exercise dogs off their leashes. The dog park is a short walk away from the parking lot, and owners should keep pups leashed while making their way there. Dogs shouldn't be permitted to wander too close to the children's playground or sports fields.
Pet parents taking their fur babies to this dog park in Geneseo should think basic, which will prevent any disappointment on their part when they arrive. Most of the dogs in the local area are quite content with the enclosure they've been designated, though one or two of the larger breed canine residents find it a bit restricted on space, but when it comes to off-leash time, anything is better than nothing.
This square of ground at the rear of the park has been fenced with four-foot high chain-link, and the surface has been given a covering of pea gravel. One size fits all in Geneseo; there's no individual area for small breeds and all dogs need to share the few pieces of agility equipment the dog park has been furnished with.
All handlers are limited to two dogs each, and all handlers must be at least eighteen years of age. Under tens are not permitted into the off-leash areas and must remain outside of the fence. Neither food, drink, or smoking are allowed in the dog park, and this rule includes dog treats.
Owners shouldn't allow their pups to dog holes as this can often cause accidents to other pet parents who step in the holes and sprain their ankles. All poop should be scooped too, as no-one wants to step in that either. If the park is kept clean and poop free, you never know, the park authorities might even consider extending it.