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Starla's Private Dog Park Inn Charlotte

Charlotte, North Carolina
Fully Fenced
0.25 acres
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Hosted by Starla S.

Fencing

Enclosure

Fully Fenced

Fencing height (at lowest point)

6+ ft

Gaps or holes in fence: No gaps

Fencing type(s): Wood - non-privacy

Fencing details: A back up to the woods there's totally private especially a night run or play if you wanted to do that. Very very quiet I have spotlights all around the yard so you could see a flood lights


Other audible/visible from the spot

DogsYes

Other domestic animalsYes

PeopleSometimes

Private entryYes


Amenities

Dog drinking water

Chairs

Dog treats

Woods

Rain shelter / sun shade

Trash can


Pricing
$12.0 per dog per hour

50% off all dogs after the 1st dog

25% off hourly price for 30 min visit


Location

Description

Hi this is such a pawsome idea. I have a senior dog. That doesn't enjoy the yard anymore but I've always wondered if any of the dogs in the neighborhood would enjoy this. I welcome you to my home there is a air condition basement seating a hammock and drinks available. There's also a water sprinkler and a hose and there will be a dog pool for playing. Plenty of space to run and chase your dog play ball all in the fenced-in area and secure. The only thing I use the grass is tenacious Earth which is a natural deterrent for snakes gophers and other animals that would be when they are as wildlife. I have no worries about the yard no flowers it's all the dogs yard for them to poop, play and be happy. Come join us we'll have some fun. I was in rescue for 28 years I am certified in CPR first aid so if anything was to happen I'm available for that also. I would have water and snacks available request. And of course dog treats and sometimes I even have homemade dog treats to give him.

Hazards

There are many many steps like an obstacle course if you will

Host Rules

Minimum visit length
30 minutes
Maximum dogs allowed
20

Community safety rules
Dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting the spot.
Make sure the area is safe and secure before bringing your dog in.
Arrive and leave on time, this is important for safety.
Pick up after your dogs. Leave the spot as it was when you arrived.
Always review and abide by spot specific rules.
Unless otherwise stated, restrooms are not available on site.

In addition, please make sure to read Sniffspot's booking policies


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    Starla's Private Dog Park Inn Charlotte

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