How to keep your pet safe at a pet park

What are the top 10 pet parks in Chicago?


P.J. Flewers in Chicago (903-743-0823) 2.

Doggy-Doo Pet Park in the River North (773-542-5535) 3.

The Paddles Pet Park (773.742.5535 or 4.

Wildflower Pet Park, located on the North Shore (773, 733-3839) 5.

Pet Park on the River (773) 733.3839 6.

Pet Parks in the Loop (773 733, 735-3670) 7.

Dogfish Park in South Loop (815-822-9200) 8.

Dog River Park (815) 9.

Pet World in the South Loop neighborhood (773 454-1224) 10.

Pet Adventure Center, located in the West Loop (847-622-7521) Pet gate 1: Pets with a disability are welcome at all the Chicago parks listed above, except those listed below with disabilities.

Dogs and cats with disabilities are welcome but are not allowed on the parks property.

Pets with disabilities cannot be transported in wheelchairs, walkers, strollers, scooters, or any other type of carrier or stroller.

2: Pets without a disability, such as pets with mobility disabilities, must be supervised at all times, including by a guide or other animal that can control the animal.

Pets that are at risk of injury to people or pets should be placed in a carrier or locked up.

Pets not allowed at a park without a guide are also not allowed.

Pets without guide need to be supervised by a certified dog walker or other qualified animal control service worker.

3: Pets should not be left unattended in vehicles or parked in public areas.

Pet owners should keep their pets away from all public places and away from any food, water, litter, or other waste that might attract the attention of predators.

Pets should be secured and restrained when not in use or in a park.

4: Pets must be on a leash when not walking or running or when in the presence of other animals.

Pets cannot be tethered in vehicles, other than by a licensed handler.

Pets must not be tetched on sidewalks, or in parks or other public areas, including in parking lots.

5: Pets in parks must be confined to a single cage or crate in a designated area of the park.

6: Pets that cannot be walked must be restrained in a non-pets-oriented area.

7: Pets are not permitted on a sidewalk or on a street without a designated path.

8: Pets cannot play outside in parks, including at the parks grounds.

9: Pets at the park cannot be dropped off or left unattached.

10: Pets under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian when they enter the park and may not be dropped or left unsupervised.

Pet gate 2: Dogs and cat owners must follow the posted leash requirements.

Dogs must be leashed at all time, and owners must check their dogs’ health and health records.

Cat owners must keep a dog leashed.

All cats must be spayed or neutered.

The following must be covered under the dog leash requirement: All dogs must have their ears shaved or cut off.

All dogs are to be properly restrained when walking or racing at all levels.

If a dog is not leashed properly, it may bite, bite into, scratch, and bite into objects at large distances.

All cat owners, if there is an emergency, must contact a licensed animal control agency immediately.

Dogs, cats, and all pets must be in a crate or securely tied down.

All pets must have food and water available.

If there is a problem, the owners must contact their local animal control agencies.

If an animal is injured or sick, owners must immediately contact the owner’s veterinarian or the Chicago Fire Department.

Dog gate 3: Dogs, including all cats, must remain in a well-ventilated area.

All owners must secure a dog cage with a metal lid.

A dog owner must use the collar to secure the dog, which is located on a harness or harness strap.

Dogs may not walk without their owner’s supervision.

Owners must keep their dog at least 6 feet from other dogs.

Pets can be left in a dog crate in the event the dog is unable to stand.

Pets may not roam in any park without an owner’s consent.

If it is necessary to remove the dog from the park, the owner must contact the dog control agency within 30 minutes of the event.

Pet Gate 3: Owners are responsible for any and all damages sustained by their pet when it is lost or stolen.

If any damages are sustained, the pet owner must pay for the repair.

Pets, including cats