There are numerous dog parks dotting across the area and cities you live in. Some places claim to have the most dog parks in cities per capita with 33 sites of any other state city. Many County’s have great Dog Park. Dogs need to be leashed until inside Dog Park. This is similar to all Dog Parks. Dog Park rules include immediate removal of dog excrement with scoop for of course sanitary reasons. They have lots of acres for dogs, within designated areas to romp and play ensuring daily exercise. This particular Dog Park provides hoses for canines to cool off. There are a few rules formed under the word "etiquette"; when walking dogs in unleashed designated area it is best to unleash dog because if another dog approaches, the leashed dog becomes defenseless against invader dog. The leashed dog can become anxious and fearful which does not create a happy Dog Parks experience. The timid or aggressive dog should not go to Dog Parks.
Unless the Dog Park allows a designated space for puppies, puppies should be left home. They are too young to understand older dog’s body language in regards to aggression such as biting, charging, barking or growling. Aggression also surfaces if dog food or treats are brought to the Dog Park. Dogs are territorial and the food can lead to dog fights in regards to this action. Dogs frequenting Dog Parks need to "socialize" with their fellow canines. If a dog's temperament is too feisty or too timid they should not be in these Dog Parks. Again, because dogs are quite territorial, dog toys should be left home, unless pet is willing to share his possession. High traffic times for Dog Parks are weekday evenings, weekends and holidays. Some Dog Parks such provide both fenced areas for small and large dogs. They also include exercise apparatus for the "athletically inclined."