Taking your dog to a dog park is a great way to exercise and socialize your canine companion. Dog parks offer fresh air, open space, and freedom-a chance for your dog to be a dog. But not all dogs enjoy the experience and not all dog parks are safe for your dog. Visiting the Dog Park gives you detailed information so you can decide if your dog is ready for a dog park outing, whether the design of the park makes for safe play, and teaches you simple things you can do to prepare for a great dog park experience.Sit as far from the fence as possible even though often seating is only available near the fences. Consider bringing your own chair and, if at all possible, vary where you sit on different visits, to avoid your dog gaining ... Ask your dog tojump over a log ora bench or whatever offers thecorrect height for your dog (no higher than shoulder level ifyou have not practiced jumping). ... If not, then proceed cautiously and keep a watchful eye on any interest shownby another dog in your actions.
|Title||:||Visiting the Dog Park|
|Author||:||Cheryl S. Smith|
|Publisher||:||Dogwise Publishing - 2007|