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Region Announcements

2018 Spring League – No Dogs, No Pets Policy Reminder

Dear family members,

We know that pets are valued members of our families, but because some kids have fears or allergies, AYSO does not allow pets on the fields and at the park during practices and games.

Our main goal is the safety of our kids and to provide a fun and safe environment to all, including your pets. That’s why we ask that you leave your pets at home.

Also, we would like to remind you that before registering your child to play, you agreed to the below No Pet Policy:

Pass Area AYSO Region 641 participants agree and understand that NO PET shall be permitted at any AYSO activity or event regardless of venue or location. This policy includes but is not limited to practices, games, picture day, opening ceremonies, team parties, tournaments, etc. This Policy is consistent with those of neighboring Regions and is in keeping with the AYSO Insurance Policy, which does not cover animal bites or related injuries. Properly registered service animals are generally exempt from this Policy.

You, as the primary account registrant, are also responsible for any friends or family members visiting the fields.

Unfortunately, if dogs or pets are not removed form games, we will have no choice but to suspend or even terminate the game if they are not removed.

Service animals are allowed. However, we require that you visit our regional tents and inform us prior to the match.

Thank you for your understanding and support,

Pass Area AYSO Region 641


Disclaimer: AYSO is obligated to observe and respect existing regulations and laws regarding the presence of service animals at our fields. Service animals are defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as only dogs or miniature horses that have been trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. Other animals, whether wild or domestic, do not qualify as service animals.