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Santa Fe Animal Shelter Dog Park

Santa Fe Animal Shelter Dog Park
100 Caja Del Rio Road

Our Shelter Campus features 100 acres of beautiful outdoor space and fenced-in dog parks near the city's Tom Aragon Softball Complex and the Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe Golf Course. Our large 7-acre Community Dog Park at the entrance to our campus is open to the public and provides room to roam for our community's social canines. A separate park, called Samantha's Park of Small Dogs, is situated across the entrance drive from our larger Community Dog Park. It's meant for those dogs under 30 pounds. Three other large dog parks are reserved for single use. These three parks are great for dogs who need exercise but lack necessary social skills to intermingle in the community dog parks. We ask users to limit their stay in the parks to 30 minutes if others are waiting.

All the dog parks are available for use by the public from dusk to dawn. We ask users to follow these simple guidelines for everyone's enjoyment:

Use of the dog park is at your own risk.

Owners are responsible for any injury and/or damage caused by their dog.

Owners must clean up after their dogs.

Aggressive, unhealthy or unaltered dogs are not welcome.

Owners must remain with their dogs and keep them in sight.

All dogs must wear a collar and have license and rabies tags current.

Dogs must be at least 4 months old to enter.

Dogs should be leashed when entering or exiting the dog park.

No more than three dogs per person are permitted.

Food is not allowed in the dog parks, except for small treats for training purposes.

Constant barking is not permitted.

Children under the age of 16 are not permitted unless accompanied with their parent or guardian.

Injuries or problems should be reported to Shelter staff or city police immediately.

The dog parks are maintained by your donations. Please consider supporting the care and improvement of the parks through a donation. Please contact our Donor Relations Coordinator at 505-983-4309, ext. 204 for more information.

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