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Edwin Warner Dog Park

Bring your pet to run and play off-leash at the fenced Edwin Warner Dog Park in Nashville, TN, which includes benches for owners to relax on and a doggie water fountain. Visit Website

Or call (615) 862-8400 for more information.

Reviews

BringFido Guest Rating

Edwin Warner Dog Park has received a rating of 3.1 out of 5 bones by 8 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Susie
    Jan. 24, 2022
    Dog Park

    This dog park used to be a great place. Over the past 3 years, the park has deteriorated. Most grass is gone, the gate latches do not work well and my dog can go under the outer gate. Also, aggressive dogs visit and their owners stand and watch them hurt other dogs.

  • Jackie
    Oct. 10, 2021
    Not Too Busy

    This park isn't usually too busy so it's good for shy dogs. It does get really muddy after it rains though. Like any dog park, keep an eye on your dogs and the other dogs.

  • Janet
    Jun. 17, 2018
    Parking Lot

    The dog park has friendly people and most dogs are not aggressive. The parking lot and the dog park is not well maintained. There are HUGE holes in the entrance to the parking lot and the parking lot has many bumps. The grass(?) is not regularly mowed hiding holes in the ground which are a trip hazard for humans and dogs.

  • Lauren
    More than a year ago
    Great open space

    This dog park was a great open space, probably about the size of a football field. Everyone, people and dogs, we're friendly and got along. Only complaint is there were A LOT of landmines.

  • Nancy
    More than a year ago
    Dog park review

    It's ok. I understand that with so many dogs, it has very little grass and just turns into a big mud hole any time there is the least bit of moisture. I hesitate using it during damp times of year, which means fall, winter, spring. I have found the people to be friendly and most of the dogs ok. Occasionally there is an aggressive dog and an irresponsible owner.

  • Chris
    More than a year ago
    needs a supervisor!

    Brought my dog. Thought it was safe. Only 2 other dogs were there and they pounced on my dog, grabbing him viciously by the throat (this was NOT playing, it was a 'kill' choke hold). The owner of the dog laughed and said, "oh, he must be a dominant one." His dog was 3 times the size of my dog! And the other dog was joining in! This all happened in just a couple seconds. Meanwhile the owners of the other 2 aggressive bigger dogs did NOTHING to stop them from trying to KILL my dog. I had to stop it. These dog parks need some kind of supervision. Just like public swimming pools have lifeguards. No matter what the signs say about "No aggressive dogs allowed, no pit bulls....btw, obviously one of these dogs that attacked mine was a pit bull, you could tell by his physical traits." I had to break it up, yell at the other dogs and quickly grab mine and leave. Still the owners did NOTHING. Did not even apologize or ever call their dogs off my smaller dog. THEY thought it was normal and funny. They need at least surveillance cameras if not human supervision for such careless owners with aggressive dogs.

  • Marty
    More than a year ago
    Terrific Park

    The perfect exercise experience for our dog who had been riding in the car for several days. People and dogs were friendly. We had a great experience.

  • Bob
    More than a year ago
    lawer

    great park

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