The Rohnert Park Animal Shelter Dog Park is an off-leash dog park in Rohnert Park, California. This dog park is supervised and maintained by the Rohnert Park Animal Services who also provide shelter and adoption services for the city's strays. There are parking spaces for vehicles at the front of the facility building.
This dog park in Rohnert Park is simple and basic but gives local pups some pleasurable off-leash time. The compound has been made secure with high chain-link fencing and has a paved, double-gated staging area. The run, which is shared by dogs of all sizes, is surfaced with bark chippings and dirt. There is one pavilion-type shelter for pet parents and plenty of poop receptacles.
Pups using the dog park need to be tagged for vaccinations and license. The park has morning and evening opening hours for public use; it is also used to exercise dogs which are awaiting their new forever families. The Shelter has various programs which assist pet parents in taking on new fur family responsibilities and they assist with, vaccinating, sterilizing and microchipping.
Everyone should pay a visit to the shelter just in case their best forever fur buddy is in there waiting for them. All pups are expected to follow the rules of dog park etiquette when using this off-leash facility in Rohnert Park. Socializing in the correct manner with their fur buddies is vital. If a pet parent doubts their dog is suitable for the dog park, often some sessions with a professional dog handler can help.
All dogs deserve to have, not just someone to love, but some fun off-leash too. Pet parents should supervise their pup all the time they are in the Rohnert Park Animal Shelter Dog Park and intervene before any problems start. Scooping the poop is a must do as well. Bags are provided for the task, and used ones should be dumped in the on-site poop cans.