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As a family-oriented city, Irvine has a variety of activities for you to do, as well as some fun places you can take your pup. A dog park is not only the best place to exercise your dog, but it also allows your dog to play with other friendly pups.
If you plan to visit any dog park, it is important that your dog is fully vaccinated and well trained. This helps stop the spread of disease and keeps everyone in the area safe.
Most dog parks have similar rules to keep the experience enjoyable and consistent. Dog park rules such as these are common at most dog parks:
- Dog and human food are not allowed in the park
- All dogs must be vaccinated
- dog must be well trained and listen to commands
- No chokes, pointed or spiked collars
- Owners are responsible for the dogs they bring
- Your dog must be neutered or neutered
- There are no children and babies in the park
- no smoking
- you have to pick up after your puppy poops
Each dog park may have slightly different rules. It’s best to check the rules at the dog park you go to.
Here are 2 of the best dog parks in Irvine, CA. Your dog will love socializing with other friendly pups and enjoying playing in the space provided.
1. Bark Park
|Place||890 Arlington Dr, Costa Mesa, CA 92626|
|Hour||7:30 am to 8:45 pm|
Bark Park is not in Irvine, but a dog park just a short drive from Costa Mesa, California. This dog park has two areas to separate small and large dogs. The small dog area is for dogs under 30 lbs, as well as disabled and senior dogs. Both sections are fenced with barbed wire. The off-leash park also has a double gate entry to further secure your pooch’s play area.
The bark park offers large grass, dirt and concrete areas for your pup to play in. There are several large trees around the park for shade and plenty of seating. There are water fountains for dogs in the park, but you should bring your own water. Poop bags are also located in the park. If in the area, your dog will love visiting this park to get off his leash and release his energy.
2. Irvine Central Bark
|Irvine Central Bark|
|Place||6405 Oak Canyon, Irvine, CA 92618|
|Hour||6:30am to 10pm|
The Irvine Central Bark is open every day except Wednesdays and is a large off-leash area for your pup to play. This dog park is huge with two separate areas. There is a section for large dogs and a separate section for small dogs. Set on 3 acres, this dog park is the best place in Irvine to take your pup for a day of fun.
Irvine Central Bark is a very open dog park with natural grass. So large, this off-leash area is the perfect place to play fetch. Fortunately, tennis is available in the park. Water is also available when your dog is thirsty and you should bring your own. Irvine Central Bark is fenced with barbed wire and both sections have double gate entrances to further secure the area. This dog park is well maintained and clean which is why it is closed on Wednesdays.
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