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The dog park is located at 127 Mad River Rd., Wolcott, CT
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Yes. Once inside the gated/fenced area, you can take your dog off of its leash and allow it to run freely.
The dog park is open from sunrise to sunset.
Puppies under 4 months of age should not be brought to the dog park. At this young age, they have not received all of their vaccinations. They should be kept away from the dog park for their own protection and that of other dogs.
We strongly recommend you do not bring young children to the dog park. Young children, especially running children, may be regarded as prey animals by strange dogs. Dogs may also feel the urge to protect children they know. This tends to cause aggressive behavior.
You must be able to have all your dogs within sight and under voice control, therefore we recommend not bringing more than 3 dogs per adult. It could become unmanageable if you have more than 3 dogs.
Female dogs in heat can cause aggression in male dogs. Also, females in heat should be kept at home in order to prevent unwanted puppies.
No. Food and drink are not allowed in the dog park as it can prompt aggressive behavior between dogs
Yes, all dogs must be licensed and properly vaccinated. If your dog is not licensed and you are a Wolcott resident, you can contact the Town Clerk's Office. All dog's licenses renew each year in the month of June. For the safety of your pet, to be in compliance with Connecticut State Law, and to avoid late fees and fines, we encourage you to license your dog(s) within the month of June.
For your convenience, you may mail in your request to renew your Dog License(s). All mail-in requests will be processed and the tags will be mailed back to you in the self-addressed stamped envelope that you provide after June 1st. You will need to provide the following:
Self-addressed stamped envelope
Wolcott Dog License Application for each dog
Dog License Fees (Sec. 22-338 through 22-352):