If your dog happens to suffer from selective hearing at times, it is best for him to remain on a lead for his own safety. Owners should be aware that only the sections marked as off-leash play spaces permit dogs to be off their leash. Leashes are required elsewhere in the family-centered Rancho San Rafael Regional Dog Park.
Essentially a vast open playfield, Rancho San Rafael Regional Dog Park offers dogs a large area to burn off pent-up energy. After a rigorous play session, Fido could surely use a cool drink, and thankfully, water is provided to ensure he gets what he needs. Unfortunately, there are no bathrooms situated near to the dog portion of the park; however, the nearby Rancho San Rafael Regional Park is home to several that visitors may use.
Visitors and their dogs may enjoy this engaging play space at no cost. The community volunteers responsible for the park have instituted several rules regarding the use of the space. To help prevent the spread of disease, current vaccinations are a must. Also, in accordance with Nevada legislation, dogs should be licensed with the city of Reno. Your dog's tag should be worn on his collar as proof of this.
While owners are free to use the space for training purposes, it is strictly forbidden for professional trainers to conduct classes or individual sessions on the grounds. For city views that will take your breath away combined with the best the country life has to offer, why not come to Rancho San Rafael Regional Dog Park?