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Parks Gone to the Dogs: Planning & Programming a Park for Pooches

Dog ownership continues to increase across all demographics. As a result, off-leash dog parks have become the fastest growing segment of parks. To help communities create a successful space that benefits both people and their dogs, experts have come together to share what it takes to design, open, and maintain a successful dog park. Interested in opening one in your community?

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To learn more about Unleashed: Off-leash Dog Park Design Trends and Planning Tips guidebook that helps communities effectively advocate for the many benefits of off-leash dog parks, and request a full copy of the Unleashed guidebook, click here.

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