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Donna's Private Dog Park In Danvers

Danvers, Massachusetts
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Hosted by Donna D.

Amenities

Dog drinking water

Chairs

Trash can

Hand sanitizer

Table

Water - hose


Pricing
$4.0 per dog per hour

50% off all dogs after the 1st dog

25% off hourly price for 30 min visit


Location

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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    Donna's Private Dog Park In Danvers

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