This park might be buried in the larger Daree Fields Park, but you will know that you are at the right place when you see the fenced-in area with a tall, wooden dog with the outline of a bone in his stomach and a tail waved up standing guard outside.
The Nando Dog Park has a double-gated entry to provide extra safety and security, giving your pup plenty of time to get off-leash comfortably before they join the pack. The dog park is mostly grass, but there are cemented platforms where some picnic tables and benches sit.
The two-acre park features two spaces for the dogs; one for small dogs and one for large dogs. The park has dog poop bags for those who forgot, but it is also encouraged that you bring down any extra plastic grocery bags, too, to contribute to the community.
There are lots of garbage cans in the park, making disposal easy. Other amenities include a water fountain for both you and your four-legged friend. If you want to take a stroll, there are some short trails in the larger breed section for humans and their pups to explore.
There is also agility equipment, such as tunnels, for your pup to run through and play on. The park is also known for being well maintained throughout the year. This park was named after the city's first Canine Unit in the Dublin Police Department, “Nando.”So just like those good police dogs, be sure to follow all the rules.
Your dog cannot demonstrate aggressive behavior or be in heat. Your dog must be updated on vaccinations and be over four months old. Children cannot be in the dog park unattended and must be supervised at all times. Owners cannot take more than three dogs into the dog park at once, and if your dog opts to dig a hole, please fill it in.