There are many places you can bring young children, but a dog park shouldn’t a dog park shouldn’t be one. Even if your dog is friendly and good with kids that doesn’t mean they all are. You never know what kind of dog you’ll encounter at a public dog park. Dogs don’t always do well with kids touching them or with their quick movements. Some dogs get startled and might bite.
- Safety Issues were researched using nationwide best practices to set up their own rules.
- Dog owners need to be active in their supervision at dog parks including waste pick up, voice control of the animal, and keeping sight of the dog.
- Every dog park should have a fire extinguisher in case of pack attacks by the dogs.
“Educating people is a priority for people who are paid to train dogs.”
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