How To Make Sure You and Your Dog Both Have Fun At the Local Free Dog Park
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A Fenced Dog Park is Fun For You and Good For Your Dog. When You Find a Great Dog Park Near You, Here's What To Do

MURRIETA, Calif. - Californer -- Irish Wolfhound Lovers just published a piece outlining how to use public dog parks to give you and your favorite dog the opportunity to run and play in a large fenced area so that pets can play with you and other dogs safely.  Many do not even know that such places exist or might wonder what it takes to join or register for such a place.

The wonderful thing about such dog parks is that they are usually sponsored by the city in which they exist.  Most are free and there is no registration of any kind.  Simply show up with your dog, some plastic bags to remove your dog's poop, and then make sure to close and latch the gate behind you.

Yes, in essence it is that simple, but the article goes over a lot of tips that will make your first time experience a pleasant one instead of a disaster.  Lets look at some of the things the article discusses that can get you off to a good start when you first go there.

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What to watch for when you first arrive.

How to prepare your dog for going.

How to make sure your dog is ready to go.

What is it like to be there.?

What are other people doing?

What kind of supervision is there?

What are good things to bring for yourself?

What are good things to bring for my dog?

Can I bring toys like tennis balls, frisbees, or squeaky toys?

How long can I stay there?

The article covers these topics in more detail and a few others as well.

You can check on your city's website to determine what days the dog park is closed.  For many cities, it is Wednesday, but check because cleaning days where the park is closed can vary.

This article has detailed descriptions of all of these points and will give you a number of ideas to make sure your first trip is a pleasant one.


Source: Irish Wolfhound Lovers

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