The dog park is located in Dorgali, surrounded by beautiful countryside and close to the town. Result of a long project began in 2010, Luchiddai Dog Park was created to provide a place where dogs can feel free, interact with their peers, and enjoy the outdoors. Over the years, we worked to transform a 10years-abandoned family property into a fenced area of approximately 1500 square meters. In our park, dogs have the opportunity to explore, sniff, play, and find their own peaceful corner under the shade of a tree. With our supervision, they can learn canine language in a special environment, far from the usual urban dynamics. To ensure the safety of our guests and meet the various needs of their owners, such as the request to keep their dogs separate from others, we have set up different enclosures and shelters separate from the common area.
Luchiddai Dog Park provides daycare services for non-aggressive and well-socialized dogs who do not suffer from separation anxiety or have a tendency to escape. In cases where these conditions are present, we conduct an introductory meeting to assess whether future enrollment is possible. Due to obvious reasons, we are unable to accommodate female dogs in any stage of heat.
Upon reservation, access to a second area is available for dogs to roam and play. However, it is essential for owners to constantly supervise their dogs during their stay.
Fostering arrangements are made after an initial acquaintance phase, which can be done over the phone or in person based on availability. The process concludes with registration, data completion, and acceptance of the contract.
If requested, we provide separate feeding areas to prevent any potential conflicts. We offer maintenance food suitable for the majority of healthy dogs. However, to avoid sudden dietary changes, we recommend preparing a bag with their usual portion of food.
We offer a taxi service upon request, available in the morning until 9:30 am and in the afternoon until 6:30 pm during the summer season. Dogs must have up-to-date vaccinations and parasite treatments.
Under my supervision, your dog can interact with others, allowing them to observe, approach, and distance themselves as they wish. They can bark, roll on the grass, run, and share resources such as toys and sticks. Alternatively, they can find a tranquil spot to rest inside dedicated enclosures or under a tree. All of this, away from the typical dynamics of the city or any fears some owners may have that interfere with proper canine communication, which is based on timing, distance, and various subtle nuances that sometimes are unfortunately overlooked.
Luchiddai Dog Park is the result of a project that began around 2010. Emanuele, driven by the desire to better understand his first dog and improve their relationship, became deeply passionate about the world of canine ethology.
From that moment on, it has been a continuous journey of studying, gaining experience, and working towards the goal of creating a natural, fenced space for dogs in our community. We wanted to provide them with a place where they could feel free, enrich their interactions with other dogs, and enjoy the outdoors.
Step by step, we started to restore an old family land located near the town, which had been abandoned for ten years. This became the first enclosure, still serving as the "residence" for our dogs. It's a fenced area of approximately 1500 square meters, equipped with multiple enclosures and shelters to ensure the safety of our guests and meet the needs of their owners, who often require day-long stays during the summer period and prefer their dogs not to interact with others.
In 2015, eager to expand his knowledge elsewhere, Emanuele decided to embark on a journey to Australia. Among the many challenges of adapting to a faraway place, he gained valuable experience working in a dog daycare center in Perth, Western Australia. This experience, along with many other professional experiences, convinced him to return home after two years, fueled by new ideas and ready to resume what he had left unfinished.
In 2017, after completing a dog trainer course through the European training center with ENCI (the Italian Kennel Club), the ASD Luchiddai was born with the aim of providing various services to its members. We started working on a second piece of land, measuring 2000 square meters and located very close to the first one. This second area was designated as the Dog Area for the initial years. Currently, it is closed for adaptation works but will be available soon!
It feels like a lifetime has passed since those initial steps in 2010, but our eagerness to expand my knowledge and learn from your personal experiences remains the same. We look forward to welcoming you!
Sede legale: Via Enrico Fermi 78, 08022 Dorgali (NU)