Park Rules

Use of Hounds and Bounds secure dog walking areas is entirely at the users/owners risk.

You are responsible for the actions and behaviour of your dogs at all times. Whilst every reasonable precaution is taken to ensure the safety of you and your dogs, we cannot be held responsible for any injury to people or dogs however caused

Use of the fields is subject to the agreement of these terms, if we have found any of these have been broken we reserve the right to ask you to leave the session and not return, sessions will not be refunded if we have to ask you to leave.

We reserve the right to withdraw permission to use the facility at our discretion

On occasion we may need to re-schedule customers bookings

 

Bookings Only

Our walking areas are only available on a pre-booked basis, you must never be on site ay any other times other than your allocated slot

All sessions must be booked before you arrive on site and are only confirmed once payment has been received

Sessions are for 1 hour time slots, you must have departed the enclosure before the end of your hour

If you arrive late you cannot extend your booking

Once bookings have been made they are non-refundable

You can amend the session time and date in the my account area up to 48 hours before your booking

Field Access

Once the online check out has been completed you will receive a booking confirmation email, this email will contain your gate code to access the field, if this email does not arrive you must inform us at point of booking, please do not wait until you are at the field for your session as this could cause a delay in starting your booking,

Do not enter the field until the previous person has departed, this must be adhered to even in the event the previous customer is late leaving. If this occurs please call us on 07791 438281 and we will make contact with the customer who has over stayed.

Do not arrive for your session earlier than your session start time as this impacts the previous customers booking.

Never force or push the gates as this will cause damage to the motor and the repair cost will be passed on to the customer

It is the attending customer that is responsible for securing the gate and ensuring access cannot be made from outside during their session.

Dogs on Site

Attendees are responsible for their dogs at all times

Dogs must never be left unattended

All dogs must be accompanied by an adult

If you dog shows signs of ill health they must not attend the session

Waste

Cleaning up after your dog is non-negotiable

Bags and bins are provided on site and must be used

We keep a check of any left behind waste and will contact any offending customers

If you are found to be regularly leaving waste you will be asked not to return

Do not litter all rubbish must be placed in bins provided

Agility & Park Equipment

Agility equipment is in place for you to use during your session, this is used at your own risk and you must make the assessment if this is right for your dog,

The equipment is only for our dog visitors and must not be climbed on by anyone else

Any damages must be reported

Banned Breeds

As we are a private space that is fully secured and able to be locked you are can book to walk in our paddocks

Good field practice must be adhered to including locking the gate once automatically closed before your dog is released from your vehicle

Your dog is not to be out of the vehicle while waiting to enter the field

You must make sure you leave the paddock within your booked time to ensure no cross over with arriving customers

You must be able to show a certificate of exemption if requested

You must only use the field with dogs from your household

You must have third party liability insurance

Gov.co.uk Rules-

To keep an XL Bully dog it must be:

  • microchipped
  • kept on a lead and muzzled at all times when in public
  • kept in a secure place so it cannot escape
  • neutered
  • As the owner, you must also:
  • be over 16 years old
  • take out third party public liability insurance against your dog injuring other people
  • be able to show the Certificate of Exemption when asked by a police officer or a council dog warden, either at the time or within 5 days.