Dog Park Rules

  • All fenced-dog-runs and off-leash-areas are for dogs, their owners/handlers and those accompanying them. No animals other than dogs are allowed in the area.
  • Children under eight (8) years are not permitted inside fenced-dog-runs or off-leash-areas. Children age 9-15 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult. Dog Handler must be 16 years of age or older.
  • Owners and dog handlers are limited to a maximum of three (3) dogs. Professional dog trainers and groomers shall not use the fenced-dog-runs or off-leash-areas to conduct their business.
  • Puppies under the age of four (4) months will not be allowed to use fenced-dog-runs or the off-leash-areas. All dogs over the age of nine (9) months must be neutered or spayed. Dogs that are ill or known to carry untreated parasites will not be permitted with in the fenced-dogruns or the off-leash-areas.
  • Dogs must wear a proper fitting collar or harness displaying their identification tag, Baltimore City “off-leash” registration tag, and rabies tag while in the fenced-dog-run or offleash-area. Pinch collars, spike collars or slip collars that could cause injury to another dog during play are not permitted. Owners/Handlers must have possession of a dog leash at all times.
  • Dogs must be under the control of their owners/handlers and in view of their owners/handlers at all times. Leaving dogs unattended is prohibited.
  • Owners/Handlers must clean up after their dogs with plastic bags and dispose of dog waste in covered trash cans.
  • Food and drinks in glass containers are not permitted in the Fenced Dog Run or Off-leash area. Treats for dog training are not permitted.
  • All dogs must be on a leash, eight (8’) feet or less when entering or leaving the fenced-dogrun or off-leash-area. Any dog found “off-leash” outside of an established fenced-dog-run or off-leash-area will be subject to Baltimore City Leash Laws and associated fines.
  • Dogs must be leashed and removed from any fenced-dog-run or off-leash-area at the first sign of aggression. Dogs with a record of aggressive behavior on file with the Baltimore City “Dangerous Dog Hearing Board” will not be allowed to register for use of fenced-dog-runs or off-leash-areas.
  • Owners/Handlers are legally responsible for their dogs and any injuries caused by their dogs. Owners/Handlers use the fenced-dog-runs or off-leash-areas at their own risk.
  • Any bites to humans must be reported by the injured person to the Department of Health and Animal Control (311) within 24 hours in accordance with communicable disease laws.
  • In case of a special event or emergency, the Director shall post a notice of a planned closing at each entrance, stating the reasons for closure.
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7 thoughts on “Dog Park Rules

  1. Monica says:

    My dog was attacked yesterday. The dog that attacked mine, I have seen numerous times at the park and he usually ends up biting another dog. My dog has bite marks on his neck. The owner left the park quickly after and I could not get information to ensure vaccinations. I would like to report this. I reached out to the facebook group administrator and they were no help.

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  2. David & Lotus says:

    What is an off lease permit and how do I get one? My dog has a Baltimore City license and rabies shot. She also has been chipped.

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    • misterwhy83 says:

      There’s no off leash permits, there’s a list rules about being in the off leash park, but in general your dog shouldn’t be aggressive and needs to be fixed.

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