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Dog Run

To give Fido and Rover a chance to stretch their legs and socialize with other four-legged friends, take them to the municipal dog run.

Opening of the dog run: May 22, 2020

Due to COVID-19, the following rules must be followed in the park:

  • Follow the Public Health Branch's guidelines for gatherings.

  • A distance of 2 meters with the others.

  • It is forbidden to bring more than 2 dogs at a time.  

  • You must keep your pet on a leash until it is in the dog park.  

  • You will have to watch and control your dog, both outside and inside the park.  

  • You must pick up your dog's excrement immediately and dispose of it in a garbage can.   

  • It is strongly recommended that dogs that frequent dog parks be vaccinated and receive the appropriate anti-parasite treatments.  

  • Dangerous or sick dogs as well as females in heat are prohibited.  

  • Avoid feeding your dog in the dog park.  

  • Avoid eating or drinking food or beverages in the dog park.  

  • Do not use toys or sticks in the presence of dogs other than your own, as this can encourage competition and aggression.

     

  • Address and opening hours

    Address

    Exclusively for Pincourt residents.
    998 chemin Duhamel (D'Ambrosio Park)

    Opening hours

    Open from May 1 to October 31.

    Monday to Sunday:
    7:00 am to 9:00 pm

  • Rules
    • You must be 14 or over to bring your dog to the park.
    • Keep a close eye on your dog at all times, and bring it under control when necessary.
    • Pick up and dispose of any excrement in the garbage cans provided.
    • Make sure your dog does not dig any holes or damage the facility in any way.
    • When you leave the park, keep your dog on a leash.
    • If your dog behaves aggressively, leave the park immediately.
    • Keep the park gates closed at all times.

    The following activities are strictly prohibited:

    • Having more than two dogs under your supervision at the same time.
    • Drinking alcohol at the park.
    • Riding a bicycle or driving a vehicle, whether motorized or not.
    • Entering the park with a dog that is sick, in heat, less than four months old or not vaccinated for rabies.
    • Taking part in games or activities that are potentially dangerous for other users.
    • Admitting stray dogs or other animals.

    The Town of Pincourt is not liable for any damage or accidents occurring at the park.

    If the event of non-compliance with these rules, the Town of Pincourt reserves the right to close the dog park permanently.