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7698 Leslie Rd W
PuslinchOntarioN0B 2J0CA
4.68
35This was only our 2nd Sniffspot and Luna loved bouncing around like a bunny in the grass. Grass is high, so was a bit of a trek to get around. We walked around the perimeter where the host had trimmed down the grass a little to make it easier to walk. The centre of the field was waist-high grass.
55As mentioned before, this is a hayfield for the farm, so the grass is getting long and will be longer. Not an issue for us, my dog loves running through it, and searching is good mental stimulation for dogs. Although, humans should keep an eye on where the ball goes.......don't be like me spending 15 minutes looking for ours. Still, it's good stimulation and bonding. The host mowed a path around the perimeter of the first field and that's how it will be maintained during hay season, (ie. the summer). This field is a lot bigger than I realized. We never ventured down this part of the spot. I would wear supportive footwear to walk path, it's still a field. I wore rubber boots and was fine. Sandals or your favorite kicks, will not bode well. Some more pictures......
45First time we tried this spot! It is huge so our dogs had a good run!! I wish we went when the grass was cut as it was a bit long but def going to try this spot again.
55Back again! More photos too. These are "over the hill", towards the farm (sniff spot is the back end of farm, away from it all). TBH I'm not sure if this is part of the sniff spot, but I explored a bit to describe......there's an unmaintained path......so wear trekking footwear. Just over the hill the fencing is removed, but the picture with the wooden fence corner has fencing and I believe it's electric. I didn't go further cause I don't know how my dog would react to cows. The wooded side of path is fenced with I believe barbed wire fencing. The "woods" can be accessed from other side in the second field, if that's your thing. Today there was a goose couple wandering the second field by the water, so we stayed away.....don't need my dog chasing geese. The cow side of the hill is harder to traverse, more of a grazing area. Fun to explore, but not for fetching. This spot is hayfields for a working farm, so not sure what that'll mean going forward, but the host is very responsive and I'm sure she'll let us know.
55Second visit today, in the rain, but as long as there's a ball, my dog doesn't care! Makes me happy I can bring him to this spot. I don't have to feel guilty letting him off leash, he can RUUUUUN and I don't have to be on the alert for other dogs. Relaxing for us both. Got some new pics. 1. entrance - no gate and right off the road, although there is barely any vehicle activity, be aware if your dog is a bolter. 2. behind the farm equipment - you can see how much field is in front of equipment, that it's easy to stay away from. Just maybe don't throw the ball in that direction (like I did, ooops). 3. from middle of SECOND field - there's a tiny spec in the distance of this picture.....it's my car! This field is completely open, sooo far from the road and no equipment. Next week, (we're definitely going back again) I'll show you over the hill where the cows are.......or you could go see for yourself ;)
55This was my first Sniffspot and it was exactly what I was looking for. I missed the entrance at first, but that's probably a me thing! Entrance looks exactly like posted picture. If you see cows, you've gone too far! This spot is HUGE! There are two large field areas to run your dog(s). We just needed a space to play fetch and run, and this was absolutley perfect for us. As a conscientious dog owner, I always have water for my dog, waste bags for picking up and always prepared to throw out the waste, so not having those things was not an issue for me. Come prepared to care for your dog. As a city dwelling, working dog owner, I'm so grateful for the use of this spot. Will be back for as long as they'll have us! Impossible to do it justice with pictures, but give you some idea. There is a pond, not sure if suppose to utilize. There is some old farm equipment, but impossible to NOT avoid it. As far as small dog friendly, I'd say it depends on the owner.
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Eckhoridge Private Dog Park In Puslinch

Puslinch, Ontario
Unfenced
5 acres
4.68 reviews
Sniffpass
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Hosted by Katie O.

Fencing

Enclosure

Unfenced


Designed for private play
Only the people and dogs in your booking are allowed in the spot during your visit.

Distractions seen/heard from the spot

Other dogsSometimes

Other domestic animalsSometimes

Other peopleSometimes

Private entryNo


Amenities

Field

Scenic view

Hill

Farm animal sightings

Wild animal sightings

Off street parking


Pricing
$7.5 per dog per hour

50% off all dogs after the 1st dog

25% off hourly price for 30 min visit

Sniffpass holders get discounts on all bookings at all spots by buying monthly credits!
This spot offers additional discounts.

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Location

Puslinch, Ontario

Description

IMPORTANT: all prices listed are in USD and guests will be charged in USD Hay field to allow your dog to run and explore. Beautiful views, hills and open space. When the hay is high and close to being cut, the outer headlands of the fields will be cut down to make walking easier. Just outside of the city, private space to let your pup run, train and just enjoy being outside.

Cleanliness

100% of guests said this spot was as clean as expected during their visit.

Hazards

Some old farm machinery, please watch closely as collars could get caught. Electric fences on property but not in area available to walk in

Extras

Poop bin$1

We understand that you may not want to take your dog waste home, we can dispose of it but just need to ensure we cover the cost as we have to pay for garbage.


Extras

Poop bin$1

We understand that you may not want to take your dog waste home, we can dispose of it but just need to ensure we cover the cost as we have to pay for garbage.

Host Rules

Minimum visit length
30 minutes
Required advanced notice for visits
24 hours
Max dogs per booking
5
Is the host present?
I generally do not meet my guests
Additional rules

Please do not feed animals or allow dogs to enter fields with livestock. Fences are electric, assume they are always on. There is no electric fence in the field available to SniffSpot.


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.
Never enter a spot before your booking start time and never leave late.
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.

Booking Policies

Booking Policies
Only one booking is allowed at a time at any spot and there is an enforced 30 min buffer between all bookings to ensure dogs in separate bookings do not meet.
This spot is set for Booking, which means you will be instantly confirmed for any booking you request. You will receive the address and access instruction immediately following booking.
Visits can be moved or cancelled up to 2 hours before a visit.
Visits can be extended and dogs can be added throughout the visit.

(8) Reviews

  • Helen C., May 24, 2024

    This was only our 2nd Sniffspot and Luna loved bouncing around like a bunny in the grass. Grass is high, so was a bit of a trek to get around. We walked around the perimeter where the host had trimmed down the grass a little to make it easier to walk. The centre of the field was waist-high grass.

  • Odette J., May 18, 2024

    As mentioned before, this is a hayfield for the farm, so the grass is getting long and will be longer. Not an issue for us, my dog loves running through it, and searching is good mental stimulation for dogs. Although, humans should keep an eye on where the ball goes.......don't be like me spending 15 minutes looking for ours. Still, it's good stimulation and bonding. The host mowed a path around the perimeter of the first field and that's how it will be maintained during hay season, (ie. the summer). This field is a lot bigger than I realized. We never ventured down this part of the spot. I would wear supportive footwear to walk path, it's still a field. I wore rubber boots and was fine. Sandals or your favorite kicks, will not bode well. Some more pictures......

  • Nathalie R., May 6, 2024

    First time we tried this spot! It is huge so our dogs had a good run!! I wish we went when the grass was cut as it was a bit long but def going to try this spot again.

  • Odette J., May 4, 2024

    Back again! More photos too. These are "over the hill", towards the farm (sniff spot is the back end of farm, away from it all). TBH I'm not sure if this is part of the sniff spot, but I explored a bit to describe......there's an unmaintained path......so wear trekking footwear. Just over the hill the fencing is removed, but the picture with the wooden fence corner has fencing and I believe it's electric. I didn't go further cause I don't know how my dog would react to cows. The wooded side of path is fenced with I believe barbed wire fencing. The "woods" can be accessed from other side in the second field, if that's your thing. Today there was a goose couple wandering the second field by the water, so we stayed away.....don't need my dog chasing geese. The cow side of the hill is harder to traverse, more of a grazing area. Fun to explore, but not for fetching. This spot is hayfields for a working farm, so not sure what that'll mean going forward, but the host is very responsive and I'm sure she'll let us know.

  • Odette J., Apr 27, 2024

    Second visit today, in the rain, but as long as there's a ball, my dog doesn't care! Makes me happy I can bring him to this spot. I don't have to feel guilty letting him off leash, he can RUUUUUN and I don't have to be on the alert for other dogs. Relaxing for us both. Got some new pics. 1. entrance - no gate and right off the road, although there is barely any vehicle activity, be aware if your dog is a bolter. 2. behind the farm equipment - you can see how much field is in front of equipment, that it's easy to stay away from. Just maybe don't throw the ball in that direction (like I did, ooops). 3. from middle of SECOND field - there's a tiny spec in the distance of this picture.....it's my car! This field is completely open, sooo far from the road and no equipment. Next week, (we're definitely going back again) I'll show you over the hill where the cows are.......or you could go see for yourself ;)

  • Odette J., Apr 20, 2024

    This was my first Sniffspot and it was exactly what I was looking for. I missed the entrance at first, but that's probably a me thing! Entrance looks exactly like posted picture. If you see cows, you've gone too far! This spot is HUGE! There are two large field areas to run your dog(s). We just needed a space to play fetch and run, and this was absolutley perfect for us. As a conscientious dog owner, I always have water for my dog, waste bags for picking up and always prepared to throw out the waste, so not having those things was not an issue for me. Come prepared to care for your dog. As a city dwelling, working dog owner, I'm so grateful for the use of this spot. Will be back for as long as they'll have us! Impossible to do it justice with pictures, but give you some idea. There is a pond, not sure if suppose to utilize. There is some old farm equipment, but impossible to NOT avoid it. As far as small dog friendly, I'd say it depends on the owner.

  • Odette J., May 11, 2024

  • Odette J., May 3, 2024

Meet your host

Katie O.

Joined in April 2024

Part owner of Eckhoridge Farms, spending most of my time outdoors and with animals. Looking to share the beauty of the farm with others.


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