The park is named for Nando, the City’s first Police Canine Unit. Nando served the City with dedication and spirit, both as a four-legged officer and as a liaison to Dublin children.
The dog park offers both a small and large dog area for dogs to run, play and roam. The total space is two acres and the large breed area has a walking area for owners. In addition, there are benches, a picnic table and trash cans. The City has also designed a box where residents can donate plastic grocery store bags for reuse in pet waste removal operations.
Nando Dog Park Guidelines and Regulations
- The dog park is open from dawn to dusk.
- Please clean up after your dog.
- Aggressive dogs are not allowed in the park. Dogs exhibiting unusually aggressive behavior are to be immediately removed from the park.
- Dog vaccinations, including rabies, and licenses must be current. Dogs with communicable diseases are not permitted.
- For the health and safety of your puppy, dogs under the age of four months are not allowed to use the facility.
- Female dogs in heat are not permitted.
- Please fill in any holes created by the dog you are supervising for the safety of others using the park.
- This is an off-leash play area for dogs. For their safety young children are not permitted. All children must be supervised by an adult.
- For the safety and comfort of all park users, owners shall observe a maximum three to one dog to patron relationship.
- Use of the dog park by commercial and private dog day care services is prohibited.