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    Dog Friendly Off-Leash Dog Park

Welcome to the Chapel Hill Dog Park

Your dog can play and run off-leash in this 2 acre enclosed area in Homestead Park. The dog park is entered through a double gate to ensure safe release of dogs from leashes. The fence is high enough to prevent dogs from escaping ensuring the safety of your pet.

About Chapel Hill Dog Park

Dog Friendly Off-Leash Dog Park

This is a 20,000 square foot dog park where your dog can run and play without a leash in an enclosed area. The dog park has a double gate entrance to ensure safe release of dogs from their leaches. The fence is 5 feet high to prevent dogs from escaping.

The best times to go to the park depends on the season and weather. Weekends are ideal if you would like your dog to play with other dogs. Weekday mornings usually are frequented by just a small number of dogs.

Chapel Hill Dog Park is located at Homestead Park in Chapel Hill, NC. From Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, just turn onto Homestead Road. Immediately past the Duke Power Building, turn onto Northern Park Drive. The Dog Park is easily seen by the fenced in area.

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Dog Socialization

Dogs are sociable in nature. Before going to Chapel Hill Dog Park to meet other dogs, ensure that it is already properly socialized for them to be adjusted and well behaved. Here are a few tips to get them started:

  • Choose a natural location.
  • Use positive reinforcement.
  • Keep it short when it is their first time.
  • Always keep an eye on their behavior.

Basics of Dog Grooming

Dogs need physical maintenance and grooming is one of their basic needs. They don't need to bath as often but it is essential to know how much grooming your dog needs.Here are the basics to keep note of:

  • Bathing: Most dogs should be bathed monthly but bathing often in a week is not considered harmful.
  • Hair Brushing: The dogs brushing needs depend on its hair type. Regardless, brush your dog daily especially when your dog enjoys it.
  • Nail Trimming:Dogs need monthly nail trimming, but this would also depend on the nail's growth rate.
  • Ear Care: Dogs ears is a nesting place for bacteria and yeast if not kept clean. If your dog has excess debris or foul odor in his ears, it is best to consult a veterinarian for special medications and ear cleaners.
  • Haircuts: Dogs with continuously growing hair need haircuts every 3-4 weeks depending on the cut style. This is mostly done with professional dog groomers.

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