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    • Local dog parks offer our canine companions the opportunity to run off-leash and meet, play, and socialize with other dogs. For a full list of dog parks in the Orlando area click here
    • However, dog parks can also be dangerous territory depending on how they’re set up, how attentive the dogs’ owners are, the number of aggressive pets in attendance, and park cleanliness
    • Dog park safety tips include picking the right park to visit, insuring your dog is responsive to basic verbal commands, and providing appropriate supervision for your own pet while keeping a watchful eye on the behavior of other dogs
    • Some dogs don’t do well at the dog park, but this doesn’t necessarily mean they’re anti-social or unfriendly
  • Avalon Dog Park is a great park. It’s within walking distance of our place. There’s plenty of shade, water faucet, benches, it’s clean. There’s a group of regulars that go weekly around 6 pm. For the most part, the dogs are all well behaved. Locals love this friendly neighborhood dog park, which is fully fenced. A great place for your pet to play off-leash. 

    3680 Avalon Park Blvd., Orlando, FL 32828

  • Waterford Lakes Dog Park. Great park for local dogs with some picnic tables and a doggy water fountain. No tree coverage so come when the suns not shining bright over head!

    453 Mark Twain Blvd., Orlando, FL 32828

  • Park of the Americas has the following amenities for dog lovers to enjoy: Dog Park with separate areas for small and large dogs which allow them to play together and run free within fenced areas. Bag dispensers and waste baskets are provided to help guests pick up after their pooches. Dogs are permitted on-leash in the rest of the park. Shade pavilions, picnic tables and grills

    201 Andes Avenue, Orlando, FL 32807

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