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Dog Park Agreement

  1. Our Dog Park is located at Crooked Creek Park, 5900 Oakwood Lane, Indian Trail, NC 28079. Operating hours are from sunrise to sunset. The park is closed the last Monday of each month for routine maintenance. The Dog Park is a fenced in area that will remain locked at all times. In order to access the Dog Park, users must submit the following paperwork to the Town of Indian Trail (TOIT) Parks & Recreation Department at the Town Hall, or attach an electronic version below:
  2. One Indian Trail Dog Park Agreement application per household.
  3. A copy of each pet’s Rabies Vaccination Certificate, Bordetella, and an official updated list of DHLPP (Distemper/Hepatitis/Leptospirosis/Parvo/Parainfluenza) records provided by the pet’s veterinarian, which must be attached to the application form (include given and expiration dates for all vaccines).
  4. And Proof of Identity: A valid Driver’s License/ID card with current address.
  5. Dog Park Passes will be given out after an application has been approved. Users are required to have this pass at all times during visits to the Dog Park. This is an annual pass. Please see below annual pass rates:
  6. An annual registration fee is required. For each application, a single pass will be issued which will require renewal annually. **Additional or reprinted passes will cost $10.00**
  7. Are you an Indian Trail resident?*
  8. Name & Breed
  9. Gender*
  10. Name & Breed
  11. Gender
  12. Name & Breed
  13. Gender
  14. Disclaimer: The Town of Indian Trail will add these email addresses to the Town’s email blasts used for Town communications.
  15. The Town of Indian Trail made clear that to use the Dog Park area, owners must complete an application for Dog Park privileges, present vaccination records and pay the appropriate fee. I understand that the Town of Indian Trail has no knowledge about the behavior or temperament of animals using the area; therefore, the Town of Indian Trail cannot be held liable for any altercations that happen in or around the Dog Park area. In consideration of receiving Dog Park privileges for myself and the dog(s) identified in this application, I hereby represent and warrant as follows: my dog(s) has/have received a rabies vaccination and that all vaccinations are up to date, that the veterinary records attached are the true and accurate records for the dog(s) identified in this application, and that all information provided is accurate and truthful. I realize that providing false information may result in revocation of Dog Park privileges. I further understand and accept that despite the efforts of the Town of Indian Trail to see that Dog Park users comply with licensing and vaccination requirements, there is a risk that not all dogs present in the Dog Park are licensed and vaccinated. I hereby release the Town of Indian Trial, its officers, employees and agents from any and all responsibility or liability for injuries or damages to myself or my dog due to my use of, or participation in activities, at the Dog Park. I also agree to indemnify and save harmless the Town of Indian Trail, its officers, employees and agents from and against all loss, cost, damages, expense and liability including death, personal injury or disease and damage to real or personal property resulting from (1) my negligent acts; (2) the acts or behavior of my dog, and (3) injury that may occur to me or my dog or my property as a result of the acts, conduct or behavior of other users of the park, including other dogs. I have carefully read this Acknowledgement of Risk and Release and understand and accept its terms and conditions. I have also received a copy of the rules for Dog Park usage and agree to abide by these rules. I realize non-compliance of Dog Park rules may result in revocation of Dog Park use privileges.
  16. Town of Indian Trail Dog Park Rules & Etiquette
    A Town of Indian Trail Dog Park Pass is required to enter the park. Users without passes will not have access to the Dog Park. If a user gains access without a pass or does not have a pass at the time of admittance into the park, the user will be asked to leave the park area. Do NOT put Dog Park privileges or pets at risk by allowing entrance to unauthorized persons and pets. If users are caught doing this, passes will be revoked. Park & Recreation staff have the authority to close the site for maintenance, weather related problems, rentals, special events or other reasons. Dog owners must be 18 or older to acquire a Dog Park Pass. Children accompanying dog owners must be strictly supervised at all times and at least 12 years old to be allowed inside the Dog Park. Spectators should remain outside the fence area. No animals other than dogs may be brought into the fenced area. In accordance with the Town of Indian Trail’s Animal Control Ordinance, all dogs are required to wear identification in the form of current rabies immunization tag, pet registration service tag or a commercially available tag with owners current contact information on it. North Carolina State Law requires that any owner of a dog shall have their pet vaccinated by 4 months of age and are responsible for keeping their pets’ vaccinations up to date. Aggressive and female dogs in heat are not allowed inside the park. Owners must immediately leash and remove dogs from the park at the first sign of aggressive, hostile or combative behavior. Any dog found to have bitten another dog/person will lose all park privileges. The Town of Indian Trail has the right to prohibit any dogs and/or type/breed of dog from entering the Dog Park. Owners of a dog are responsible for the conduct of their pet(s) at all times while on park property. Park users and dog owners assume all risks related to use of the Dog Park. The Town of Indian Trail and its Park & Recreation Department are not responsible for individual’s pets or any injuries that may occur while using this facility. Enter at own risk. N.C. State Law requires all dog bites of humans to be reported to the Union County Communications Center at 704-289-1591 or call 911 and a Deputy will be dispatched. All dog owners must be in the park and within view and voice control of their dog(s) at all times. All dogs must be leashed until safely inside the Dog Park and returned to a leash prior to exiting. No more than three dogs per owner in the Dog Park at one time. Owners are required to dispose of waste in the designated on-site containers. Choke, prong, pinch and spike collars are prohibited; therefore, the user must remove said items prior to entering the Dog Park. Separate areas for Small and Large Dogs are provided. The Small Dog area is designated for dogs 25 pounds or less. Owners must use the appropriate area for their dog. Dogs must be at least six months old to enter the Dog Park. Sick or injured animals are not permitted in the Dog Park. It is recommended that owners only bring dogs that have been spayed or neutered. Owners must stop their dogs from digging and must fill any hole created by their dog. No dog food, bones or dog chews are permitted in the Dog Park. Bite-sized training treats are permitted as long as they are administered by the dog owner. Professional dog trainers are not permitted to use the facility to conduct business unless prior approval is granted by the Town of Indian Trail Parks & Recreation Department. No food allowed inside the Dog Park. Strollers, bicycles and skateboards are not allowed inside the Dog Park. When leaving the Dog Park, please remove all tennis balls, toys or other personal items or they will be discarded. The Town of Indian Trail is not responsible for any and all personal belongings. I have read the above rules and understand that violating any of these rules will result in Dog Park privileges being terminated without refund.
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