Rincon Valley Community Dog Park
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- TedMore than a year agoGrat Place For All Dogs
Well maintained space for all dogs and there owners to enjoy ! HAVE FUN !
- AmyMore than a year agoGreat park
Was stopping through Santa Rosa and brought our dog to the park. It has a small and large dog area. Nice grass for the pups to run on. Well maintained. I have a breed restricted dog and was concerned given the previous post, but she was graciously accepted.
- Tiffani Beckman-McNeilMore than a year agonice park
Sorry that the other reviewer had such bad luck with the people at the park - I met some today (my first time there) and they seemed very very nice. My dog is an older Aussie Mix (16 years young) and enjoyed low-key sniffing with other dogs. We had a nice time and hope to go back on a regular basis.
- LindseyMore than a year agoTerrible people.
If I recommend anything about the Rincon Valley dog park....I recommend NOT going here. If you have a dog that is subject to any kind of "bad dog" breed stereotypes, stay FAR away from this park. I am disgusted by the treatment my seven month old pitbull has received from this park on a REGULAR basis and refuse to go back. Not only has my dog been bad-mouthed, but has physically hit, slapped, kneed, etc, for playing with other dogs! Playing. This is a park where owners bring their dogs who do not want them to socialize, they bring toys that are meant for THEIR dogs only, and at any sign of puppy play wrestling jump to kicking and throwing dogs to stop what they think are "fights". This dog park is full of ignorant, Rincon Valley snobs who think just because they are dog park regulars they make the rules for all dogs. People here are not afraid to physically handle your dog even when it isn't doing anything wrong. I had one lady say to me two days ago, "Um, excuse me, is this your dog??? Well can you call her??? She's playing with this dog's owner, and its making the dog mad." What a joke!! I have come across few normal, friendly, breed-accepting people here but of course they face the same issues. Watch out for people who bring old, grumpy dogs, who do not want to play, and then are frustrated by puppy energy. It is more of a human social gathering than a dog park, because no one allows their dogs to play the way dogs do. Meet me at Doyle Park instead!