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Centennial Hills Dog Park

Pets will love to play off-leash at Centennial Hills Dog Park in Las Vegas, NV. It is fully fenced and grass covered, with benches, waste stations, and water access. Often crowded, your pet will be sure to find others to play with! Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Centennial Hills Dog Park has received a rating of 4.0 out of 5 bones by 4 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Vickie
    Mar 24, 2019
    Aggressive dog

    The lady with the spotted , aggressive dog today , the one that was using the ineffective shock collar on her dog . Animal control would love to talk to you , next time you are at the dog park you better keep that nuisance aggressive dog on a leash or don’t bring it to the park , and yes I’m watching for you and as soon as I find you I’m turning you in . Anyone know who I’m talking about please let me know if you know her .

  • Molly
    More than a year ago
    Great dog park

    My dogs & I enjoy this park. There are covered areas for the people, water faucets both high & low. It's closed on Thursday am for cleaning & mowing. Everyone is nice & we have had no problems.

  • Audrey
    More than a year ago
    Irresponsible owners

    I have taken my dog here ever since he was 4 months old (he is a lab) he is very high energy and is very playful. He has gotten bit twice at this park. The first time he got a ball that another dog wanted, so I can understand that it was his own fault he got bite. The second time, an owner brought is dog in on a leash. You could tell that his dog was not friendly to other dogs and was a little aggressive, the rest of us at the park kept our dogs away from his dog. He let his dog off the leash after 5 mins of being there, and naturally all the rest of the dogs when to sniff him out. Everyone at the park figured since the owner let the dog off the leash, the dog was nice. Within one minute of the dog being off the leash, he went crazy and bite my dog on the ear, my dog was just the closest dog to him. The owner then called his dog back to him and put a mussel on the dog. If you have a mussel for your dog DON'T LET HIM OFF LEASH AT A DOG PARK! the owner didn't even acknowledge that his dog did anything wrong. Everyone but him left the park. I haven't taken my dog back since. many owners there just go to socials with the other owners, or talk on the phone, or smoke they don't even watch their dogs. Talking to other owners about 5 of them said that their dogs have gotten bite there as well.

  • Karson
    More than a year ago

    This dog park is the best dog park I have ever been to. This dog park is temporarily closed. They are putting in new shade areas.

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