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Webinar - Unleashed: Off-leash Dog Park Design Trends and Planning Tips

Monday, October 7, 2019, 2:00pm - 3:00pm
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Off-leash dog parks provide enjoyable ways to recreate and exercise for dogs and their owners as well as create a community destination. This webinar will provide the latest design trends and planning tips for off-leash dog parks as well as information to help communities effectively advocate for the many benefits this park or site amenity solution. 

Learn how to plan the program for your community as well as earn a continuing education certificate for the course.

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Inés Palacios, PhD Parks, Recreation and Tourism

Ines Palacios

Inés Palacios

PhD Parks, Recreation and Tourism

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Educational resources and Certificate of Completion will be provided. CEUs for a total of 1 Professional Development Hours. .1 IACET / 1 LU AIA/ 1 PDH LA CES will be provided to learners meeting the following requirements: 

1) Be present for 95% of the duration of the learning event 

2) Participate in activities and discussion throughout 

3) Complete assessment with 80% mastery of learning outcomes 

4) Complete feedback/evaluation survey 

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The Unleashed®: Off-leash Dog Park Design Trends and Planning Tips guidebook helps communities effectively advocate for the many benefits of off-leash dog parks. Research shows there are many positive effects for individuals that own a dog(s); as well as health and social benefits of owning a dog, caring for it, and recreating outdoors with pets. In addition, design considerations and case study examples are outlined to effectively design a dog park and champion initiatives that provide meaningful outcomes supporting overall health and social benefits for the community. 

Learn more about off-leash dog parks.

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The instructor of this learning event is employed by PlayCore and discloses interest in participants partnering with PlayCore on their play and recreation initiatives.