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Check out the new Thompson Road Regional Dog Park!After a year and a half of the cities of Fenton and Linden working together, they have finally successfully opened the 2.2-acre Thompson Road Regional Dog Park! Local dog owners now always will have a place to take their dogs to play and get some exercise. Dogs of all sizes are welcomed to the park.
About The ParkThe park is divided by gates into two separate sections, one section for large-sized dogs, the other for small dogs. Leashes are not required in the park giving your dog the freedom to run and play with other dogs freely in the enclosed areas. If you are bringing your dog to play they require your dog to have all of their vaccinations and to be wearing a visible name tag. The Thompson Road Regional Dog Park is open from dawn to dusk, weather permitting, every day of the week. The community has ideas for the future of ways to add new things to the dog park. For now, though, it is a perfect place for you and your dog to go out and play!
Rules of the Park
- Owners are legally responsible for any injury caused by their dog. The cities of Fenton and Linden and Fenton Township cannot be held liable.
- Dog handlers must remain inside the fenced area with their dogs, and maintain control of their dogs.
- Choke chains, prong collars, and head collars are not permitted in the off-leash area.
- Dogs must be current on all required vaccinations and wear visible tags at all times.
- Dogs should be leashed entering and exiting the park at all times, and handlers must carry the leash at all times.
- Animals besides dogs are not permitted.
- A handler can only bring three dogs at one time.
- Owners must clean up after dogs and dispose of waste immediately.
- The only toys permitted are balls and Frisbees.
- Human food, dog food, and long-lasting chews are not allowed in the fenced area.
- The park is not for commercial use.
- Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
Dog Park Etiquette• Keeping phone usage to a minimum to focus on your dog. • Move away from the gate after entering so others can enter. • Close all gates after exiting. • Pick up trash and debris. • Don’t scold or touch someone else’s dog. • Dog owners should remove dogs and exchange information if an incident occurs. • Discourage excessive barking and digging. • Keep children from running because strange dogs could consider them prey. • Leave if your dog becomes unruly or rough, and come back another day. • Have fun.
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