Hazalia Field Dog Park
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- KathleenMar. 20, 2022Big dog fun
This is a well thought out dog and sports complex. The fenced active dog arena is on the hill, soccer field at the bottom, and the shy dog fenced area is way off to the side away from the noise. Tables, potty stations, water, double entry gates, and things to jump on and explore make it a big hit for the dogs. The surface is bark and dirt, so there will be mud with rain, but the dogs loved it, so bring some towels with you.
- JohnsonMore than a year agogood for dogs!
This is a great place to take your large or small dog.
It seems to me, though, that the dogs do not necessarily want or need to be separated based on their size. Small dogs often tend to want to commune with large dogs, depending on their temperment and personality, and larger dogs are quite comfortable "mentoring" the smaller dogs in many cases. Perhaps it is more about level of aggression or "alpha"-ness that people are wanting to separate by -- dogs who want to play a little rougher segregated from gentler dogs. But many larger dogs are quite submissive, and I think this is an unfair stereotype of large dogs that they are aggressive. Too bad there can't be some sort of aggression test or other way to resolve this.
But it is a nice place to take your dog and as long as it's not raining (watch the puddles) I highly recommend it.
- MelMore than a year agoPup loves small dog area
I've gone this park for almost 15 years with different dogs, large and small. There is some trees there for shade and the dogs have a great time socializing. The owners are friendly., I would recommend keeping a towel in your car to wipe feet after visiting in the rainy season.
- DJMore than a year agosplit review
Smaller area is lovely, large area is not
- Squeaky Rubber DuckMore than a year agoGood Summer Spot?
New small dog owner who is touring local dog parks. This is a nice park with separate fenced areas for large dogs and small/shy dogs. My little dog enjoys playing with pups more her size but this is a very dirty park in anything other than dry weather. A portion of the small dog park area was covered with bark dust but it is old and muddy. The dogs seem to want to dig/eat the mud in areas which is a concern. Owners seem to work together to try to prevent their pups from eating/digging too much, which is nice.