The Killingly Dog Park is an off-leash dog park near Killingly, Connecticut. Located on the outskirts of the town at the intersection between Quinebaug Drive and the River Trail in Danielson, this dog park is also known as the Mitchell D. Phaiah Dog Park. This dog park in Killingly provides a basic space for big and small dogs to get some exercise time off-leash.
Other than plenty of room to run around in the enclosures have no other amenities, but the dogs are happy with what they've got. The two fields are fenced in, and the dirt surface has been given a heavy-duty sprinkling of wood chippings. Do the dogs of Killingly need anything more? Not really, but a tennis ball or disc wouldn't go amiss.
Owners don't get to rest on their butts in this dog park either as there are only a couple of benches for them to sit on. Before going to this dog park in Killingly, pet owners should check their pups are current on their tick and flea treatments. The trees surrounding the off-leash areas are a haven for wildlife, and a fence is not enough to keep the beasties out of the dog park at night.
Preventing a pup picking up fleas is a lot easier than having to delouse one. A pup being up to date with its vaccinations before being let off its leash is a standard requirement, and one pet parents shouldn't fall behind on. Pet parents need to carry supplies when visiting this dog park.
The provisions should consist of water for their dog, a bowl and plenty of poop bags but not a picnic. Food and drink for humans are not allowed in the off-leash areas nor are unsupervised dogs and children. Getting rid of all excrement a pup produces should be at the top of all pet parents list, so don't go home without scooping the poop.