Health and Safety of our Park
Do dogs ever get hurt?
Our top priority is to ensure your dog has a safe and fun adventure! We have staff on site that is trained in canine first aid and we have designed our facilities and programs to minimize injuries to your dog. Because this is an adventure park filled with adventure areas as well as dogs playing with one another, during normal adventure activities a dog may get small scratches, nicks, and lose small patches of fur. Although rare, it is possible for more serious injuries to occur. NOTE: Some injuries may not be immediately evident and may not show signs/symptoms until hours or days later.
What do you do in case of illness or injury?
We have an on-call vet with two additional back-up vets in case the on-call vet is not available. We will quickly assess the situation to determine what plan of action to take. Depending upon the situation, we will either provide on-site care for minor, non-life threatening injuries. For more serious injuries we will transport your dog to the closet vet. We also recommend that you have your dog examined by your own vet. We will always try to contact you (or designated person) to get permission regarding the ideal course of action.
My dog has health issues; can he/she still attend your park?