Lets turn Rt. 202 bypass retention ponds into off-leash dog parks.

Lets turn Rt. 202 Bypass retention ponds into dog parks.

Does anyone else notice the mesh fabric on the retention pond's split rail fencing and think, I could put my dog in there??  I pass a dozen of these fenced in retention ponds along my route to work each day and each one resides next to a residential development.  These places are ready to go.  We don't have enough dog parks, here's the solution.  Let's use the fenced in pens that we already have!

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Rex Tailwagger January 23, 2013 at 02:47 PM
Why don't you use your own backyard like the rest of the community. We don't live in a major city where the dogs don't have grass to run. We live in a bedroom community and do not need a dog park.
Clifford the Big Red Dog January 25, 2013 at 12:14 AM
Just don't have a pet, easy.


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