I would certainly agree that a dog park is a beneficial addition to a community in which many residents own dogs. The particular benefits that such a public service offers should not, in my opinion, be dismissed.
A dog park could provide the community with an great place for pet owners to socialize. As said by the ASPCA, if a dog doesn't learn to socialize it could attack other dogs or people. A public dog park would give the dogs a place to run and play
The only reason that it will be hard to open/built a dog park is the money. Therefore the city should ask for help and scolarships. If the people really want a dog park, they should be willing to support it by giving
First of all, for most dog owners in the city, a big backyard is not option. These dog owners are forced to walk their dogs around on a leash for only a limited amount of time per day. This leaves the dog without the space it needs for proper excercise. According to the passage "A Dog Park Benefits All", it states that if a dog doesnt get enough exercise it can start to act out by barking and destroying thigs at home. If there was
In relation to the topic of whether or not public dog parks should be built in cities, I believe that it would have a postive effect on the city in question, assuming there would be appropriate laws put into place. In any highly populated area, there are bound to be many pet-owning households, and as such there should be a designated area for said pets/pet owners to socialize and interact freely - in which case, a public dog park would be perfect. However, laws would need to be made that would regulate the hours of operation for the public domain, and other various laws that would be used to protect the general public from the possibility of a violent or otherwise dangerous dog. Assuming that laws would be set into place with the safety and
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
Families that use off-leash dog parks are able to thoroughly help and develop their dogs for a better life. Off-leash dog parks allow both pets and owners to learn and grow through exercising and socializing without constant worry of infringing someone else rights. It benefits dogs as they are given adequate space to run and use as an outlet meanwhile, recognizing certain behaviors of more respectable and mature pets through socializing. Properly exercising dogs allow them to relieve tension and unbend; this potentially changes them from being noisy and irritable into more quite and friendlier animals. There have been numerous accounts within my neighborhood where the local residents have filed noise complaints on local dog owners. In the recent study, “On the Fence: Dog Parks in the (Un)Leashing of Community and Social Capital,” authors Taryn Graham and Troy Glover of the
According to one article '' That 37% of americans who own dogs often look for a dog park when choosing for a place to live''. With dog parks everyone would benefit. Without a place to take dogs they may never socialize much and can become aggresive.Though a good point can be made that dog parks can be loud at times. I still believe that dog parks are needed.
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.
I believe most if not all cities should have a public dog park. Since I was nine years old I have always owned a dog. I have lived the city all of my life as well. Living in the city there is many apartment buildings with little to no yard space. To keep a healthy and friendly dog the dog needs exercise and play dates. Because most pet owners in the city have no yard space for these activities. a public dog park is the perfect solution.
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.
I do believe it would be best for everyones sake if the dog park was built. Clearly, the passage stated in benefit to the dog park being built, "Bad behaior caused by dogs being lonely or poorly exercised is partly responsible for the 2 million pet dogs that end up at U.S. animal shelters every year." The prevention of putting an animal in a shelter could possibly avoid lawsuits from the animal attacking a person.
In my own opinion a park would benifit all. I am a dog lover, as well as many others. I think it would be wonderful idea to have a dog park. So families as well as their dogs could go enjoy a day at the park. So i feel that dog parks will benifit all.
In the passage it states 68% percents of residents dwell in urban rental units which is very true, and that a dogs health can manifest into bad behavior with lack of excercise and social
I strongly agree a dog parks benefits all. I think that every state should have a dog park. Dogs need to exercise. You cant walk your dog without a leash in public areas. Plus it would raise property values.