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Santa Fe Village Dog Park5700 Bogart St NW, Albuquerque, NM, US, 87120
This off-leash dog park in northwest Albuquerque is a perfect spot for Fido to play with his four-legged compadres.
Santa Fe Village Dog Park has received a rating of 3.5 out of 5 bones by 2 dog owners on BringFido.
More than one year ago.
SFV dog park
This is a nice dog park. It's completely fenced and has water. Seems to be pretty well maintained. My use of the dog park is during less busy times when issues of other owner's control of their dog's has been less of an issue.
More than one year ago.
"Always remember, you are the guardian of the breed. You are responsible for keeping your dog out of harm's way, and out of the local newspapers headlines. In this day of breed bans and litigation, you must always be aware of the powerful dog in your possession. You must be responsible enough to keep your dog out of situations that can lead to trouble. All contact with children should be supervised, your dog should be under your control at all times. Each dog has their own definition of "mine" and you should be very aware of your own dog's "territory". Do not take your dog to dog parks. Bullmastiffs don't belong there. Besides being a veterinarian's dream because of communicable diseases and injuries, they were not meant for dogs who were bred to be dog-aggressive for a purpose. In reading the original "function" of a bullmastiff (why it was bred to be as it is) one of those "functions" was to "dispatch" a poacher's lurcher dog, and still overtake and catch the poachers. Bullmastiffs do not play around when it comes to a dog fight. They may not start the fight, but will usually finish it. Do NOT put your dog in the position where it will have to defend itself or you, from another dog, as it will do so without hesitation. Most cities in the country have "leash laws", and its highly recommended that you obey them. A bullmastiff should never be out of your home without being on a leash. Very few people, even with years of training have complete and total voice control over their dogs in ALL circumstances, so don't chance it. If your dog is on a leash in your front yard and something happens with a dog wandering into your yard, your legal liability is diminished considerably