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Created as a safe place to allow dogs the ability to run free and socialize with other dogs, Glass City Dog Park has become much more than a place for dogs to burn off excess energy. The park has become a community unto itself, where members take care of the park, fellow dogs, and community members! The friendships that have blossomed as a result of the park have been nothing short of amazing. Join the park today, both you and your dog will be happy you did!
Want to Help? If you’d like to help our efforts to maintain and improve the dog park please consider donating your time or services - we would love to have your help. We will also take cash donations and have sponsorship opportunities. Please get involved to help build an even stronger community.
Glass City Dog Park Site Plan
The Glass City Dog Park opened in September 2014 and features three separate off-leash areas over more than a four-acre parcel of land. The small dog area, in the Northeast corner of the park, offers an exclusive spot for dogs under 25 pounds to play and socialize while handlers can relax on one of the many benches or get out of the sun under the open air shelter.
The park also includes two separate large dog areas, totaling more than three acres. In the South end of the park is the main large dog area. It has over two acres which allows dogs over 25 pounds a fabulous place to run free in a clean and secure environment. The Northwest corner of the park, a third area, provides ample room for special events, K-9 unit training and a special place for Lucas County Canine Care & Control animals to occasionally exercise.
Altogether, the Glass City Dog Park brings together the Northwest Ohio community in a way never seen before.
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