Free Dog Park Days
Every year Leashes & Leads seeks to provide opportunities for dog owners to consider our private 3+ acre dog park and swim pond as their own at no cost. We hope you will agree that our park is safer and just plain more fun than any other park in the Rochester area, and that it’s well worth the investment for your dog. Also, only available on Free Dog Park days, you will receive $10 off an annual pass purchased in the store. This is the perfect opportunity for you and your 4-legged family member to try out the park and see if it’s a place to call their second home.
How is it safer?
We claim that it’s safer for two very important reasons. First, is that all dogs who have access to our park and pond are current on vaccination. Current vaccination records on file are required for all dogs who come to Leashes & Leads. Ensuring this drastically decreases the likelihood of your dog getting sick. The second important reason is that our park is open during our business hours and is monitored by our staff, especially during peak times. Furthermore, we’ve posted our phone number prominently in the park so anyone can call us to report any inappropriate or aggressive behaviors so our staff can respond. We want to provide all the dogs who attend our park a safe environment for them to thrive and enjoy.
How is it more fun?
Our dog park comes equipped with lots of fun obstacles and toys for your dog to enjoy. They will have a blast in our tunnels, tires, weaves, and platforms. They will have complimentary access to our stocked toy bin to try out a variety of toys. In the park’s south side we have our very own swim pond for those dogs who are part fish and a dock for those jumpers out there. The perfect place for them to cool off on those hot summer days.
While your dog is enjoying our dog park, don’t forget to take those photos and share them with us. When you post those fun pet pictures on Instagram or Facebook hashtag them with #LeashesAndLeads and your photo may appear featured on our website. Thanks for sharing.
Stay tuned for our 2017 Free Dog Park Days.