Where Dogs Can Go To Be Dogs!
Rebel’s Dog Park is a public dog park on the premises of the Humane Society of Harford County (HSHC). Founded by Beverly Francis, the park is dedicated in honor of her loving 14-year-old black lab mix, lost to a 4-month battle with cancer. Bev adopted Rebel from HSHC in 1993 and her wishes are that more people consider adopting a pet from HSHC. Rebel’s Dog Park opened in November of 2006 and has been a huge hit in our community.
Dogs from the community are invited to play off leash with other dogs and their people. The park is separated into two areas: one for small dogs and one for larger ones. There is a double-gated entry that separates the two areas. You’ll find benches around the park perimeter and plenty of space! Toys are provided, but you can bring your own favorites too!
On over an acre of picturesque ground, families and pets can learn to relax, socialize, and enjoy the natural beauty of the grounds…and consider adopting another pet.
Rules & Regulations
All dogs must be:
Dog waste must be removed
No food permitted inside park
Thanks to many generous donations, Rebel’s Dog Park is open to our entire community—a wonderful place for dogs and their families to exercise, play and make new friends!
Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday: 7am – 6pm
Saturday: 7am – 5pm
Sunday: 7am – 4pm
Benefits of Rebel’s Dog Park
Just some of the benefits include:
We recently had work done to replace our septic system and drain fields, and there is a lot of dirt around the park. We want to have grass seed planted as soon as possible, but the expense to have the work done is costly. If you enjoy using Rebel’s Dog Park, please consider making a donation to help us get the grass growing again. Donations can be made in the blue Administration Building (Monday – Friday) or in the Adoptions office.