Dog parks are a staple of urban and suburban areas, a place where dog owners can congregate and converse about the local gossip, or goings-on about the neighborhood. Over the past 12 months, a group of people have come together to propose allocating land for a dog park in Weston and tensions are running high.
I believe one of the biggest problems that they face if the dog park is bulit will be the noise. As stated in the article the average dog bark can reach 75 decibels and large
When on a look out for a house or a place to live many people wonder if there is a dog park or area were to walk your dog. For many reasons as having a healthy dog, socializing, and also less abandoned dogs.
The articles focus on building a public dog park in a residential area of Muscatine, Iowa. The dog park would be surrounded by a fence, where dog-owners can unleash their dogs for play and exercise.
Public dog parks have proven to improve the health of the animals, decrease dog-related attacks, and increase the population in the surrounding area of the dog park. While concerns over the comfort of the surrounding residents comes into question, many of those issues may be resolved with appropriate laws set into place. For these reasons, I believe builing a public dog park would be a positive addition to the
Before you jump to the hasty conclusion that I’m opposed to a dog park because I do not have a dog, let me assure you I do have a dog and am aware of my responsibilities as an owner. The principal argument for a dog park is “exercise is important to dogs’ mental and physical health.” I would take this argument a step further and state exercise is also
The lack of off-leash styled dog parks across the United States of America have brought much debate and unrest within communities. Cities and neighborhoods that do not provide these types of dog parks make it difficult for pet owners to provide exercise, social activities, and a place where dog and dog owners grow and learn together. Park and recreation advocates question the public advocacy on the assets and location in construction for the dog park. Other locals are against the idea of off-leash style dog parks due to their concerns about safety and other potentially problematic issues. Ed Fowley a reporter and dog owner from Los Angeles states, "…They don't know how strong the pack instincts are in their family pets. These drives can and often do click into high gear when a dog is taken into a park with strange dogs." (Fowley). Dog parks can vary from different shapes and sizes however, the certain type of dog parks pertaining to this problem are those in which dog owners are legally able to allow their dogs to roam unbound by leashes or constrictions regulated by city and state. The park and recreation advocates of communities who have few or little to none, off-leash dog parks are struggled to balance the fine line that crosses the accounts and finances of production all the while, fight fear that it may create more issues.
Muscatine, Iowa, do not build a dog park! Building a dog park would endanger the lives of your people living in the city. Pets are their owner's responsibility and dogs are loud. A dog park would drive home owners away.
Dog parks are places usually in a protective environment where pet owners can take their dogs for exercise and to socialize with other dogs. Some people believe that dog parks are unpleasant.Other people view dog parks as a benefit to a neighborhood.This issue is complicated.I believe dog parks are great.
The town has a scarce amount of public space for recreation so I believe that when things are created they should equally serve all the towns people. The town already has a very low amount of public goods and for the goods that are available they're too pricey for everyone to attend. I feel that it would be a good idea to make a dog park, but they should also split it into two and make another park that's usable for the towns people and children. That way nobody will feel left out and they can make the best use of the small public space availability. Also the local schools would be very close to the dog park so the children could make use of the park if it was for both pets and
To many complications will come from a dog park. Such as situations like a dog attacking another dog or even attacking someone else. This can cause a lot of upset owners. Also many painful court cases. Dog parks will bring up a lot of legal issues that we don't need.
In this large populated area, the on going noise of barking dogs and yelling owners can become a bit annoying. This is essential for those that enjoy the peace and quiet of their community. Therefore, building a dog park in a more isolated area, would be more ideal.
Dogs should have their own parks,because when dogs aren't getting the physical and mental excercise that they need, their behavior tend to get worse. ASPCA has a study that shows the rate of dogs biting humans went down drastically in places where they're dog parks. ASPCA also believes that if dogs had a park then their would be less incidents of dogs attacking humans,barking, and destroying things. Many dog owners have given their dogs up , because they started to act like''bad dogs'', this is because they don't have a dog park to excercise all their energy everyday. Dogs need a park just like humans.
We as a comunity have to deside if we can use a dog park. I live in Kalispell Montana and in my case we dont have a dog park. I believe that Kalispell does not need a dog park because of the population. In my exsperince we never needed a dog park we have many parks that you can take your dog to so he/she can run around. When my family and I got my blue nose pit he needed lots of room to rome and play. I took my dog named Spike on long walks, long boarding trips, and
I fully support the idea of building a dog park. As many cities have leash laws which keep the dogs from getting the excersize and socialization they need. When a dog does not get the space and socialization it needs, its behavior can waver. Dogs can become agressive as stated in the passage, "A Dog Park Benefits All". Therefore getting a dog park would keep dog related injuries on the lower end of the spectrum.