5 Indoor Dog Parks in the South America

Have you ever heard of Indoor dog parks? Interested in going to one, but don’t know where to find them? We’re here to help!

 

But before we proceed, let’s first know what an indoor dog park is. 

What is an Indoor Dog Park?

As the name suggests, it is a dog park. But contrary to the traditional park, it is located inside. We all know that some dogs do not really thrive in outdoor dog parks, hence indoor dog parks were created. This is to give your dog a one-of-a-kind park experience that they can enjoy, without really having to go to a traditional park.

 

In no particular order, here are 5 Indoor Dog Parks in the South

 

1. Kanine Social

Kanine Social

Photo credits: Kanine Social

 

Located in Jacksonville, Florida Kanine Social is a spacious daycare, outdoor and indoor dog park. Kanine Social’s indoor dog park has a total space 7,000 square feet. The great thing about this is that the space is climate control. If the space is not big enough, they also have an outdoor dog park with another 7,000 square feet space for your dog to run around.

 

The great thing about Kanine Social is that they ahve staff that are fully equipped and trained to look out for your dog. Kanine Social also has a ratio of 12 dogs to 1 staff to make sure no dog is harmed during play groups. 

 

What are the Requirements?

 

  • Your dog should be 6 months or older
  • Your dog should be neutered/spayed
  • Your dogs must be current on Bordetella, Rabies, and Distemper (Bordertella should be updated every 6 months)

 

2. Work & Woof

Woof and Space

Photo credits: Work & Woof

 

Located in Austin Texas, Work and Woof is a working space, a daycare, an outdoor, and an indoor dog park. If you’re not comfortable with the thought of leaving your dog home while you work but don’t want to work home, this indoor dog park is perfect for you. The place is perfect for people who are working and also want to spend time with their dog. 

 

Work and Woof has a total of 15,000 square feet where you and your dog can play and work.  

 

What are the Requirements?

 

  • Your dog should be 6 months or older
  • Your dog should be neutered/spayed
  • All dog vaccinations must be up to date

 

Note: They will be needing proof of vaccinations

 

3. Haven the Dog Spot

Photo credits: Haven the Dog Spot Facebook Page

 

Located at Marietta and Atlanta, Georgia, Haven the Dog Spot is a real haven for dogs who want to socialize with other dogs, and of course, play with them. Their staff are well trained to make sure that the dogs are safe, happy, and of course, feel loved. To add to that, the place also has a lot of handlers in their playrooms because they limit the number of dogs per handler. 

 

This indoor park is a climate-controlled environment with air purification as well as HVAC Systems to make sure that your dogs are breathing fresh air. Another great thing about Haven the Dog Spot also has an odor-neutralizing system which is great for your dogs (and you as well).

 

What are the Requirements?

 

  • Your dogs must be have a Bordertella Vaccine (updated every 6 months)
  • You should be the owner of your dog 30 days prior to availing Haven the Dog Spot’s Facility
  • Dogs must pass a one-time behavior or temperament test ($20)
  • 16 Weeks old vaccinated with three puppy series vaccine
  • Your dog should be 6 months or older
  • Your dog should be neutered/spayed
  • Your dog must be current on the following vaccinations: Rabies, Distemper, H3N2 Flu
  • Your dog must be well-socialized alongside other dogs

 

Note: Check out their requirements page to learn more

4. Doggos

Photo credits: Doggos

 

Located in Greensboro, North Carolina, Doggos offers a wide-range of events and activities that you and your dog will enjoy. They have doga (it’s also known as dog yoga), hangouts for specific breeds, and many more that your dog will surely love. The place is both a Dog Park and Pub. In fact their pub has a wide range of drinks which includes hot, cold, and even beers. 

 

Doggos is a great hangout both for dogs and for humans as well. The place also has a ‘pawty area’ where you can celebrate special occasions with your dogs. Just don’t forget to pack your delicious dog treats

 

What are the Requirements?

 

  • You must be 21 years old and above to make purchase (ID is required)
  • Your dog should be neutered/spayed
  • All dog vaccinations must be up to date

 

5. Annie’s Ruff House

Woof and Space

Photo credits: Annie’s Ruff House

 

Located in Norman, Oklahoma, Annie’s Ruff House is an indoor park that’s open everyday. Aside from that, they also cater dog daycare as well as training. They have a 5,000 square feet space where your dog can play. The place also has a self-service wash bay where you can clean your dog up. 

 

The great thing about Annie’s Ruff House is that they offer separate areas for large dogs and small dogs. They also offer a free bath for dogs that were adopted within 2 months from rescue— because these dogs deserve all the love. 

What are the Requirements?

 

  • Your dogs must be at least 4 months old
  • Your dogs must be current on their Rabies, DHLPP, and Bordetella vaccinations
  • Dogs over 6 months must be spayed or neutered
  • For first timers, a dull-day demeanor test must be conducted prior to any booking

Note: They will be needing proof of vaccinations

 

Final Thoughts

 

Indoor Dog Parks can be just as fun as the traditional dog parks that are placed outside. Most of the dog parks in our list offer both outdoor and indoor dog parks. Some even offer a working space so you can work and be with your dog in the same space. All of these parks have great staff who are trained to handle your dog with love and care. 

 

Perhaps the greatest thing about going to an indoor dog park is that your dog can socialize with other dogs. They can make friends with them, just as how you can make friends with other people

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