First, let’s take a look at the dog etiquette for dog parks.
There are dog parks set up throughout the United States where dog owners can bring their dogs and have a happy, interactive time playing with the dog while he’s off leash.
Even though this is a dog park, if your dog is aggressive, growls at, or bothers other dogs, they will not be welcome at your local dog park.
Your dog must be sufficiently trained to quickly follow your commands regardless of other people or other dogs in the area, and you’re still responsible for any injuries to others or their pets.
If you own multiple dogs, and want to bring them to the dog park, you’ll need to understand how much you can control all at one time.
If you happen to be a dog foster care provider, with multiple animals, you may have to make several different trips in order to get them all properly exercised and still obey the rules of etiquette at your local dog park.
All the while, it’s important to maintain a good eye on the weather, and be able to find adequate water to prevent any kind of dehydration.
And as always, you must have adequate bags in order to take care of all of the dog’s poop properly. It’s important to keep the dog park clean for any other dogs and people as well.
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