Since Sandy, Utah, is an area prone to drought, the grass run is comprised of a hardy grass known as Dwarf Tall Fescue which requires less watering and is more resistant to lengthy periods of intense heat. One of the dog runs is designated as an area for small, senior, and shy dogs who often benefit from playing with dogs more suited to their size, age, and personality.
To ensure all dogs remain protected during their off-leash play time, owners must carefully monitor all activity in the play areas. It is also expected that owners will keep a lead handy in case of an emergency. Dogs are to remain leashed when entering and exiting the dog play areas as well as when not in a designated off-leash zone.
Sandy Dog Park is pleased to offer access to their public dog playground free of charge. The dog runs offer shade from trees, benches, a walking trail, drinking water, and poop bags. All owners must take note that the responsibility for pet waste removal falls to them. Park officials gratefully acknowledge their role in helping them to maintain a clean and attractive dog park for all to enjoy. It is unknown if public bathrooms are housed on the premises.
Visitors to Sandy Dog Park remark that the grounds are well-maintained and kept looking fresh and clean. Sandy Dog Park places very few expectations upon visitors to their beloved dog playground. In keeping with local state legislation, all dogs in public places must be current on all vaccinations. Additionally, a city dog license is mandatory. Looking for a new park to enjoy? Bring Fido for a play date at Sandy Dog Park!