Piedmont Dog Park, Atlanta

Before entering the Piedmont Dog Park take note the following rules:

All owners must read and agree to follow these rules before entering:

  • Use of this park is at your own risk.
  • Owners are responsible for the action of their dogs. Keep your dog within sight and under voice control.
  • Dogs displaying aggressive behavior or fighting must be controlled or removed.
  • No more than (3) three dogs per owner.
  • All dogs must wear a collar and ID tag.
  • All dogs must be properly licensed, healthy and have current vaccinations.
  • No puppies under 16 weeks are allowed.
  • No dogs in heat are allowed.
  • Dogs that continually bark must be removed or muzzled.
  • Owners must clean up after their dogs.
  • Owners should be aware of their dog’s behavior and should move to another area of the park if requested.
  • The small dog enclosure is for dogs under 30 pounds.
  • Both gates must be closed and latched after entering or exiting the area.
  • No children under the age of 12 allowed without close adult supervision.
  • The only food of any kind allowed is bite-sized dog-treats.
  • Do not feed dogs without owner’s permission.
  • No bicycling, skateboarding, rollerblading, jogging or strollers.
  • The off-leash area may be closed in times of bad weather or for maintenance.
  • Serious problems resulting in injury must be reported immediately.
  • You must remove your dog’s pronged collar before you enter the dog park.

Piedmont Park Conservancy and the City of Atlanta assume no liability for the use of this area.

Photo: Piedmont Dog Park gate for larger dogs, by Barend Jan de Jong (Leica M9, Summicron 35mm).
Photo: Piedmont Dog Park gate for larger dogs, by Barend Jan de Jong (Leica M9, Summicron 35mm).