Yes, absolutely! We love to give tours as well as answer any questions that you might have about Barx Parx. We are very proud of our facility and can't wait to show you around! Please leave your pup(s) at home for the tour 🙂
Yes, so please come prepared! Current Rabies, DHPP and Bordetella vaccination records are required to be on file before your pup can play. The only exception may be for dogs in which medical records show the vet no longer recommends vaccinations. If your dog just got re-vaccinated for Bordetella, they must wait 24 hours before visiting. If it's your dog's first time getting Bordetella vaccination, they must wait 14 days before coming. Also, your dog must be flea and tick free.
The fastest, best way to send over your vaccination records is to email them to email@example.com before you come. Once we receive, we will review the records and send you a confirmation email to let you know if everything is good to go. We absolutely hate having to turn poor pups away that show up with out-of-date or incomplete vaccinations - but we need to be strict about this in order to ensure a safe environment for all.
(Canine influenza vaccines are not required, but strongly recommended. The nightly disinfectant that we researched and chose specifically for our facility is a bit of a splurge, but it kills canine influenza, canine parvovirus, plus over 50 other viruses and pathogens!)
After you have registered, the fastest, best way to send over your vaccination records is to email them to firstname.lastname@example.org before you come. Once we receive, we will review the records and send you a confirmation email to let you know if everything is good to go. We absolutely hate having to turn poor pups away that show up with out-of-date or incomplete vaccinations - but we need to be strict about this in order to ensure a safe environment for all.
Canine influenza vaccines are not required for Barx Parx, but are strongly recommended. The nightly disinfectant that we researched and chose specifically for our facility is a bit of a splurge, but it kills canine influenza, canine parvovirus, plus over 50 other viruses and pathogens!
Yes, dogs over six months of age are required to be fixed in order to use the indoor dog park. All dogs attending doggy daycare or overnight boarding must be fixed no matter the age.
Yes. Every dog, regardless of age, breed or size, must pass a behavior assessment. It’s just a little meet and greet that we do to make sure that your pup is happy being at Barx Parx. The purpose of the behavior assessments are to evaluate a dog’s response to different situations and environmental changes and help ensure the safety of all of our 2-legged and 4-legged friends. Behavior assessments are performed by trained staff members and are by appointment only.
No problem, you can always try again at a later date! We understand that everyone has a bad day every now and then - pups included. The purpose of the behavior assessments are to evaluate a dog's innate character and help ensure the safety of all of our 2-legged and 4-legged friends. If your dog is unable to pass after the second try, our staff will provide consultation on training techniques as well as class options to help guide your canine best friend in the right direction.
Yes, we have a designated "small dog"/"gentle dog" area. It can be used by small dogs as well as by large dogs that are super gentle.
We recognize that some small dogs do very well with large dogs, so in many cases this is not a problem. However, if your small dog is barking excessively or showing signs of aggression, we will politely ask you to move out of the "big dog" area.
We understand that some large dogs are older and/or intimidated by active play, so in many cases this is not an issue. However, if your large dog's play becomes a safety risk for the smaller dogs, we will politely ask you to relocate your pup.
While our team always makes a best effort to ensure safety and monitor the level of play, your dog is ultimately your responsibility. You must keep an eye on your pup and be in control of them at all times. Remain in sight of your dog at all times to ensure and don't turn your back on them. Keeping an eye on your pup will help keep them playing safe.
Dogs that are displaying any signs of aggression, bullying or aggravating other pups will politely be asked to take a time out or leave.
Day passes to the park are only $18.95. Or you can become a member of the Barx Parx family and receive UNLIMITED indoor dog park visits! Monthly memberships can be purchased from just $28.95/month! Check out our membership levels and benefits page for more details: https://barxparx.com/membership-levels-benefits/
Barx Parx memberships are per each dog. The cost is full price for the first dog only and then between 10-25% off for additional dogs within the same household depending on which membership level you choose to sign up for.
Yes! The first dog's membership is full price, then additional dogs from the same household receive between 10-25% OFF their monthly memberships (depending on which membership level you choose).
In terms of daycare, boarding, self wash and training: all Basic Member or Non-Member dogs are full price. Plus Members and Standard Members receive 10% off or 5% off all services with us.
We love ALL breeds at Barx Parx! Every dog will need to pass a behavior assessment, but no dog will ever be discriminated against because of its breed.
INDOOR DOG PARK & SELF WASH HOURS:
Monday – Thursday | 4pm – 10pm
Friday, Saturday & Sunday | 6am – 10pm
Monday - Thursday | 7am - 6pm
Both half day and full day daycare options are available.
Drop off/pick up times for daycare are between the hours of 7am and 9am, 11am and 1pm or 4pm and 6pm.
7 Days A Week
Boarded dogs will be housed for up to 24 hours.
Drop off/pick up times for boarding are between the hours of 7am and 9am or 4pm and 6pm.
We are conveniently located at 8868 S. Eastern Ave. Suite #115 in Las Vegas, NV, 89123.
Directions: Exit the 215 at Eastern Avenue. Turn north onto Eastern Avenue, then immediately turn right onto Pebble Road. Barx Parx will be located on your left side, right next to IHOP Restaurant, near the Regal Cinemas Colonnade Movie Theater.
While Barx Parx is primarily designed for owners to socialize with their dog, yes, of course you can come without a pup! Guests flying solo can purchase a "non dog" membership or day pass.
We are a completely enclosed, indoor facility that is designed for a relaxed, safe level of play. Excessive barking is not allowed in our confined environment. Even when playing, the "talking" can frenzy other dogs and stress out the entire space. As soon as one dog starts barking, many others follow, and the mood changes very quickly! We understand that some dogs play in this manner, but for an indoor space, it can create anxiety for the other pups. You must be able to quiet your dogs down, redirect their attention and demonstrate full control.
Sure, we love puppies! As long they are socialized and at least four months old with all of the required vaccinations, they can enter the indoor dog park. Younger pups may attend specific training classes and special events.
Now you are just being silly!
Your pup's safety is always our number one priority! We will carry as many aluminum can and plastic bottle beverages as possible. Plastic cups will be provided to easily transfer glass bottled beverages into.
Sure! You're more than welcome to bring your own food, but consume at your own risk! Non-chocolate snacks will be available for purchase including nachos & cheese, pretzels, chips, cookies, nuts, jerky and candy. Beverages can go anywhere, but all food and dog treats must stay in the on-leash, bar area only.
Nope! Cleanliness is extremely important to us. We have an extensive cleaning and sanitizing process that occurs nightly. The disinfectant that we researched and chose specifically for our facility is a bit of a splurge, but it kills canine influenza, canine parvovirus, plus over 50 other viruses and pathogens!
Sorry, no one under 21 is allowed. Barx Parx is a 21 and older establishment.
Since we have alcohol on site (and no food other than snacks), the county actually classifies us as a bar and requires everyone to be 21+.
Regardless of the alcohol, safety is always our #1 priority at Barx Parx. Not all dogs are comfortable around kids, and visa versa. We want to create a low stress environment for everyone involved and limit potential issues as much as possible. There are a ton of options for kids to enjoy with dogs in the community and this is the only one where dogs get free reign OFF leash 🙂
We actually have kids of our own and love watching kids play with dogs. Barx Parx is a 21+ establishment because we are a social experience for dogs and their people. We usually have lots of entertainment options in a highly active environment along with refreshments, including alcohol.
Our number one priority is always to ensure that Barx Parx is a safe place for everyone. While we feel comfortable parenting your pups when they get over stimulated, we don't feel comfortable parenting your kids. An indoor dog park is a totally new concept for our community (and state). Getting it approved was quite bit of work - getting it approved AND insured while also allowing kids would be nearly impossible for us.
The 21+ experience that we created for you and your four-legged friends at Barx Parx was on purpose and one that we think you will REALLY enjoy!
Your dog can be exposed to contagious illnesses or diseases regardless of where they are. When following proper vaccination and sanitation protocols, the risk of contracting an illness or disease is minimal. We pride ourselves on having an extremely clean facility and maintain very strict vaccination, disinfection and sanitation standards to do everything we can to prevent illness and disease transmission at Barx Parx. Having the Bordetella vaccination does not guarantee your dog won't get kennel cough, but it greatly helps increase their immunity to it. The nightly disinfectant that we researched and chose specifically for our facility is a bit of a splurge, but it kills canine influenza, canine parvovirus, plus over 50 other viruses and pathogens!
Unfortunately, no. Sorry, but we only accept vaccination records and titer tests from vets.
Dogs under 4 months of age are not permitted, dogs over 6 months of age must be spayed or neutered.
No problem! This is very common. As long as we are able to obtain a letter from the vet describing why certain vaccines can no longer be administered, that's all we need for any senior dogs.
Sure thing! Memberships can be placed on hold for any reason (medical, personal, financial, etc.) for up to three months for only $5/month per dog. You are also more than welcome to cancel your membership at any time as long as you give us a 30-day notice.
Yes! What do you call a frozen dog? A pupsicle.
(What? You didn't ask if we knew any GOOD dog jokes!)