A Park Worth Fighting For
Do you have a dog park in your neighborhood? More and more these days, communities are setting aside certain locations specifically for our 4-legged friends. These types of parks are a great place for dogs to socialize with one another and even for you, the dog-owner, to get out there and be friendly as well with other like-minded dogs lovers.
Well, in case you don’t have a dog park, or would like to see even more dog parks in your community, we have a nice article for you today from Cesar Millan’s blog on how to start a dog park.
It points out in a very nice fashion various steps to getting the park up and on its 4 legs running.
Write a Mission Statement
Why is this park needed? Make sure to focus on the benefits to residents, their dogs, as well as the community. Even non-dog owners will benefit from a local canine population that is better socialized and exercised more frequently since the pups will more likely to be well-behaved.
There are 7 more points of advice. Head on over and have a look.