Because no self-respecting Brooklyn-based village should go without one, we're creating an 800 sq. ft. dog park that will include water access, shaded areas with seating, a photo fence featuring portraits of our four-legged Kickstarter supporters, and a communal gallery where pictures of visitor’s pets will be proudly displayed.

A shipping container-sized, walk-in Camera Obscura will be focused on the Photo Dog Run, providing an immersive photographic experience and a one-of-a-kind view of dogs at play.

Gilbert's Rules of the Dog Park:

  • Be Responsible.

  • Users of the dog park do so at their own risk.

  • No children under 12 are allowed in the dog park unless accompanied by an adult.

  • Do not leave your dog alone or unattended in the dog park.

  • Leash and remove dogs from the dog park that behave in an aggressive or disruptive manner.

  • Dogs involved in a fight must be separated immediately and removed from the park, regardless of which dog provoked the confrontation.

  • You are responsible for supervising your dog at all times.

  • Maximum 3 dogs per person.

  • Dogs with known contagious medical conditions are not allowed in the dog park.

  • Always clean up after your dog. If someone points out that your dog has defecated, thank them and immediately pick it up.

  • Clean up after yourself. Do not leave litter in the park. If you groom your dog in the park, pick up all hair.

  • No female dogs in heat allowed in the park.

  • Remove prong and spike collars from dogs while in the dog park. These collars can injure other dogs at play.

  • Do not allow your dog to run free while still wearing its leash in the dog park. This is dangerous to your dog, to other dogs, and to people.

  • Dogs in the dog park must be properly vaccinated and licensed; tags should be visible.

  • Puppies must have their full course of vaccines before using the park. Don't bring puppies under 4 months old to the park.

  • Always exercise caution with food and dog toys in the park.

  • Have a rollicking good time!