Before Visiting Dog Parks
With the rise in pet dog adoption rates, and limited space in most cities, Dog Parks have become a necessity. But are they safe? And are they the only solution we city dwellers have to exercise our dogs? Most parks don't offer structured play or encourage owners and dogs to interact with one another. And most guardians are not skilled at interpreting canine stress signals and recognizing bad behavior until it is too late. Sue Sternberg a pioneer working with shelter dogs shares her extensive research on the Importance of Participating in the Dog Park experience.
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