Looking for a place to take your dog to the beach in New Hampshire? Here is a list of some of the best dog beaches in the state! From Hampton Beach to Seabrook Beach, there is sure to be a spot that your furry friend will love. So pack up the doggy bags and sunscreen and get ready for some fun in the sun!
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Dog Beach Rules
There will usually be signs posted around the public area outlining the rules and regulations that everyone is expected to follow. We’ve compiled a list of some standard dog beach rules to give you an idea of what to expect when visiting your local dog beach in New Hampshire:
- All dogs must be currently vaccinated for rabies, and they must display their vaccination tags on their collars at all times. (Local laws may vary)
- Owners are required to clean up after their dogs. If a dog owner does not clean up after their dog, do not confront the dog owner but instead report them to a lifeguard or beach security immediately.
- Dogs are never allowed around children’s play equipment or within 5 feet of people who are seated on benches and/or not in the water.
- Beaches will usually close at sunset, or earlier if it starts to get dark earlier than 5:00 PM. However, this may vary depending on local laws and regulations.
- Dogs cannot be left unattended in vehicles for any length of time unless the vehicle is running with the air conditioner on and/or the windows are partially rolled down.
- Dogs must stay on leash until they enter the water and remain in the water for the entirety of their visit. Owners are encouraged to bring a long leash if their dog enjoys playing fetch with them, but it is never required.
- All dogs are expected to be under voice control at all times. This means they should respond to their owner’s commands such as “sit”, “stay”, and/or come here”.
- Dogs must be at least 4 months old and weigh less than 35 pounds in order to enter the beach.
- Puppies younger than 4 months of age and/or weighing less than 20 pounds are not allowed.