Your furry friend becomes a part of the family so it matters if they like their home too. For man’s best friend, living in Hernando County definitely has it perks. Residents of GlenLakes have easy access to the county’s first dog park so they can join in games of keep away, catch and tummy rubs. Here’s what all the woof is about:

Rotary Centennial Dog Park is located in the heart of Spring Hill and has three acres dedicated exclusively to your barking buddy. It offers three separate fenced areas – one for small dogs, one for large dogs and the third for guide, therapy or very shy dogs. The park also offers running water in bowls on the ground so your pup can cool off on warm Florida days.

Bringing your pooch to a dog park can have many benefits. Socialization, exercise, and mental stimulation help keep a pet healthy and happy. Giving your dog the opportunity to exercise and play off-leash in a controlled environment often helps with behavioral issues and excessive barking. It is also a great place for you to meet others that share your common interest and for Fido to meet new doggie friends.

The park is open everyday from sunrise to sunset and it is enclosed so your pup can be off-leash without worry. Because the dog park hours are not restrictive, you can come on your schedule. The best part? It’s free! With the GlenLakes community just a short drive away from the Rotary Centennial Dog Park, you and your pup can be there in no time. For those privileged pooches living in GlenLakes, life is surrounded by nature preserves, miles of trails and the communities love for dogs. To find out more about a home in GlenLakes for you and your pup, click here.