FIRST 25 PLAY PARK MEMBERS
GET SPECIAL PRICING FOR UP TO 6 MONTHS!
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ARE DOG WALKS JUST NOT CUTTING IT?

Ever feel like your dog's walk around the block isn't effective in burning all their energy?

Does your dog sit at home all day or rarely gets an opportunity to socialize with canine friends? 

Enjoy going to the Chicago public dog parks, but don't have a car to get there?

WELL CHANGE ALL THAT! 
AND GET A 'PLAYAHOLIC' PLAY PARK MEMBERSHIP

A spacious outdoor play park for dogs awaits you, right in the heart of the Southport Cooridor at Southport & Addison!  Stop by one of our free open play times to test it out OR purchase a membership by clicking the link below and have access every day of the week!

SO MANY BENEFITS TO OFF LEASH PLAY!

  • Give your dog the physical exercise they require to stay in good shape!
  • Decrease anxiety at home because of the extra mental stimulation of play!
  • You'll get to meet other neighbors in the community!

COME AND PLAY FOR FREE
THE WHOLE MONTH OF OCTOBER!

MEMBER PLAY TIMES - FREE TO ALL UNTIL 10/31/16.

Mon-fRI     5:30PM - 7:30PM
Sat           9:00AM - 11:00AM + 5:00PM - 6:00PM
Sun           9:00AM - 11:00AM
 

FREE OPEN PLAY FOR ALL THE NEIGHBORHOOD PUPS! 

MON         6:30PM - 7:30PM
SAT         10:00AM - 11:00AM

THE LOGISTICS

Membership Pricing

Play park memberships will be $79/month soon, however for a limited time the first 25 play park members get special pricing for their first six months!

Only $49/month for the pet parents who get started first!

Plus, buy 5 months up front and get an additional month for FREE!

Memberships automatically renew on the 1st of every month.  Cancel any time before the next billing cycle. No contracts. Unused time not refunded.

Members receive a unique PIN code granting access to the play space during the hours listed above.

UNLIMITED FULL DAY DAYCARE CLIENTS

 RECEIVE A COMPLIMENTARY PARK MEMBERSHIP!

Health Requirements

All dogs must be current on the following vaccinations: Rabies, Bordetella, Distemper, Parvo, Lepto, as well as have a negative fecal test confirmation every year. Dogs are required to be spayed or neutered.

If your pet is showing any symptoms like diarrhea, vomiting, warts, eye discharge or rashes, please leave them home while they are contagious or until your veterinarian has approved your dog's return to play.

For the safety of all patrons, we reserve the right to turn away dogs who seem unwell or are exhibiting symptoms listed above.

Age Requirements and Considerations 

While puppies 16 weeks old with all of the previously mentioned vaccinations are welcome to visit our play park, it is our recommendation that your pup enroll at 6 months. Puppies younger than 6 months have underdeveloped immune systems which may put them at risk for contracting mild germs that an older dog would have no issues with.

GET STARTED TODAY!
CLICK HERE

Call 773-549-9000 or email southport@dogaholics.com


POLICIES

RISK: Entry to this park is at your own consent and risk. By entering you release Dogaholics of any harm to you, your children or your dog. 

KIDS & BABIES: Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. Some dogs may not be accustomed to being around children; for your child's safety we request they be seated or stand off to the side. Children must stay off play equipment.Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. 

DOGS: If your dog is showing any symptoms like diarrhea, vomiting, warts, eye discharge, coughing or rashes, please do not enter as they might be contagious. Return after your dog has been okay by your veterinarian to play. 

To prevent illness in young puppies, you may want to wait until your dog is at least 6 months old to use the park so they have enough time to build a strong immune system. 

All dogs entering this park must be current on all City of Chicago required vaccinations, spayed or neutered by a year old and must play friendly with all other dogs. If your dog displays aggressive behavior please leave the park. 

BARKING: To respect our neighbors, please ensure your dog keeps all barking to a minimum. The best way to do this, is to redirect his attention from what he’s barking at. If the barking can't be controlled, you may be asked to exit the park for the day.