Saturday, May 23, 2009

Central Florida Green Guide Posts Dog Park Series by Carrie Boyko

Midas is Regular at Our Favorite Dog Park

Dogs and Humans Alike

Enjoy the Fresh Air and Socialization

that Dog Parks Provide

The Central Florida Green Guide has just published the third of my 3-part series on Green Family Fun: Let's Visit the Dog Park. If you're interested in dog park tips, or in visiting a park for the first time, these 3 articles will help you prepare for the fun in store. Enjoy!

This Beagle is a Typical Ground Sniffer!

If you are already a fan of dog park visits, I encourage you to visit Adopt a Dog Park, where you can learn how to preserve our precious dog parks for future family fun and off-leash action. See you at the park!

Anybody read this book? Sounds interesting...............

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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