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April 2, 2019
JBTexas
Men's 70
433 posts
Texas State Championship Dallas
Does anyone now if small dogs a allowed at Kiest Softball complex in Dallas for Texas State Championship end of April???
April 2, 2019
JBTexas
Men's 70
433 posts
sorry are allowed
April 3, 2019
DaveDowell
Men's 70
4247 posts
There are a lot of Dallas City Park rules (see: https://www.dallasparks.org/115/Park-Rules-Ordinances), and two apply to dogs ... They have to be on a leash and you have to clean up after them ...

ē Dogs must remain on leash. #8019
ē Dog defecation on public and private property prohibited. #23126

April 3, 2019
JBTexas
Men's 70
433 posts
Thanks Dave, all good dog owners should do both all the time.
April 3, 2019
Chief29
Men's 65
67 posts
Looking for a 65 team to play on. Pass my info on if you know a team needing a player.
Jerrylbarnes@prodigy.net 903-557-1716, in East Texas but wanti g to travel.
April 4, 2019
Wayne 37
Men's 65
773 posts
They may allow them in the park, but not inside the playing fields. I would do some checking.

Personally, I would leave my dog home since they're playing at Keist Park. They may have separate rules since it is really the only supervised ballpark in Dallas.
April 5, 2019
J R
251 posts
Not a place for dogs Softball Tournament..Your dog on a leash at the entrance to the dugout. On a lease between dugout and the stand. Your dog do not share it other people.
April 7, 2019
COWBOYJIMMY
Men's 50
49 posts
Go get your dog certified as a service dog!! Do it online you donít need to see a doctor or anything!! You can order your certificate and vest online and when anybody asks you what kind of service the dog provides you donít have to answer !! It is against the law for them to ask for your medical history!!!! Just say I do not wish to give out my medical history!!! And the dog can stay in any hotel!!
April 11, 2019
stever
Men's 70
99 posts
Not entirely true CJ. The Americans with Disability Act allows two questions: 1. Is the service animal required because of a disability?, and (2) What work or task has the animal been trained to perform?. They can legally deny entry if it is not certified for a legitimate function (i.e, is a "comfort, emotional support, or therapy" animal) or is not performing the function for which it is certified. Further, a service animal is not required to wear a vest, ID tag, patch or any specific harness; however, even a certified service animal must be on a leash, tether or harness unless these devices interfere with the service animal's work - in which case, the individual must maintain full control of the animal by voice, signal or other effective control at all times. Also, the ADA defines a service animal as only a dog or miniature horse (24-34 inches tall, 70-100 lbs). Many businesses are cracking down on people who are abusing the service animal intent. These people are, imo, very selfish and should not be tolerated! True service animals perform a very valuable service and can cost over $40,000 to train.
April 11, 2019
Chief144
Men's 70
159 posts
WOW CJ, your TRUE colors are really showing thru! These animals provide special service for those who REALLY need them! No room for anyone to abuse the ADA rules just because they want to game the system. Same goes for the people who game the Handicap parking rules! Shame on you for even suggesting someone break the rules! Does INTEGRITY mean nothing to you?
Chief144
April 11, 2019
TimMcElroy
929 posts
^^^^ Agreed.
April 11, 2019
COWBOYJIMMY
Men's 50
49 posts
I know people that has done it and is doing it still!! And does running your mouth without knowing what you are talking about!! Itís not me smartasses!!!
April 11, 2019
Chief144
Men's 70
159 posts
CJ, And that makes it right? You're not worth my time, ur way beyond understanding what's right or wrong!
Chief144 OUT!
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