As I was checking my e-mail this morning, I read about the opening of this new dog park in Lake Elsinore. The pet geek in me got excited and insisted on taking a drive to see it.
There are two fairly large fields for the dogs to play in. One for small breeds and one for large breeds.
Currently there isn't a lot of shade provided, but hopefully the new trees will provide good shade when fully grown.
Each field has it's own water fountain for you and your dog. As well as "poopy" stations.
In the next two pictures below, you can see there may not be much stimulation for your dog on the field (unless your dog likes to watch cars drive by). But if your dog enjoys running space, there is plenty of it.
,There was one section of the park that raised a red flag for me, and that was in the small dog field. As you can see in this picture, the bottom of the gate is raised a little higher than the rest of the fence area. If you have a small tiny dog that can squeeze through small spaces, be aware of your dog around this area. You will notice it is very very close to the street.
And of course, all fun things come with rules. For everyone's safety, lets all mind the rules and regulations.
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