BARK PARK RULES
Nobody likes rules, but for the safety of you and your furry kids we must have'em!
Dogs must be leashed at all times except in designated off-leash play area.
All pinch, choker chain and spiked collars must be removed when entering the off-leash area.
Limit of 2 dogs/handler
All dogs 6mo and older must be spayed/neutered
All dogs must be up to date on their shots. We also highly recommend dogs to be on flea, tick and heartworm preventatives. Each guest will be required to sign a waiver upon entry.
Must be 21+. Furry children only. Valid ID required.
Dog owners/handlers are responsible for picking up and disposing of their dog’s waste immediately. This helps us maintain a clean and stink-free environment.
Dogs must be in full view of and within voice control of their owner/handler at all times.
Absolutely no aggression or excessive barking allowed.
We offer beer, cider, wine and non-alcoholic beverages as well as select snacks. You are welcome to bring in outside food at your own risk. Please ‘Do not feed the animals’.
Failure to comply with park rules will result in eviction from the park and/or premises and is at the sole discretion of That Dane Bar.
That Dane bar is not responsible for any injury, illness or damage caused on our premise.
Are vaccination records required?
Yes. We require all members to have written proof of current Rabies, DHPP and Bordetella vaccinations before your dog can play. We will require you to sign a waiver to enter if you did not bring copies of current vaccinations. Additionally, all dogs over 6 months of age must be spayed/neutered.
Can I send my vaccination proof ahead of time?
Absolutely! Simply email your records to email@example.com with owner name, pet(s) name(s), phone
Can I come without a dog?
Yes! Not all guests have dogs, but all guests must love dogs.
Are kids allowed?
No. We are a 21+ establishment.
Who watches my dog?
You. Just like a public dog park, your dog is your responsibility. By watching your dog, you help ensure their safety. We do, however, reserve the right to ask you to leave should your dog show signs of aggression or become a nuisance.
What about barking?
We are an indoor environment. Barking must be stopped or controlled. Excessive barking may escalate other dogs thus changing the mood of the environment.
Can we bring outside food?
Yes! But at your own risk and please ‘do not feed the animals’.
Do you have a small dog area?
No. Currently we offer only a single off-leash play area as well as a leashed lounge area for dogs and their humans.