The Raising Cane Dog Park is an off-leash dog park in the city of Zachary, Louisiana. The dog park, part of the city's Zachary Community Park, comes under the jurisdiction of the BREC organization. While the BREC supervise and maintain all the parks in the East Baton Rouge area, they are not accountable for the dogs which use the off-leash facility, that responsibility falls on the pet owner's shoulders.
An owner also has to keep their pup safely leashed when walking from the parking lot through the main park until they arrive at the zone designated to be a Cane's dog park. This dog park in Zachary comprises of two stretches of a grassy field with trees which have been fenced. It's an entirely safe place for large and small dogs to get off-leash time as long as pups behave themselves.
No complications about different sizes sharing here either, there's an individual compound for mini fur babies. Mini or massive, owners are limited to taking no more than three dogs into the off-leash areas at any one time. Those pet parents who are physically challenged may take a wheelchair into the dog park, but no other wheeled vehicle, such as scooters or cycles are allowed. Not even if it's the dog which is going to ride it.
Children are only permitted entry to this dog park in Zachary if they are supervised by an adult and understand how to act in an off-leash environment. If they can't comply with those rules there's a nearby playground where they can expend their energy. While they do that, pet parents will have two hands free for completing the vital task of poop scooping. Every pup poop needs to be bagged and then dumped in the containers which are distributed throughout the off-leash area for that purpose.