No Bark And No Bite

Dog owners faced with leash laws and looking for a safe place to let their dogs run and play off-leash may be scouting that seldom-used grassy spot in the park as the perfect stretch of land. But what constitutes a successful dog park, and how can you create one? Partner Power Most dog parks are a partnership between the government agency that owns and manages the land and local dog owners’ associations or friends-of-parks groups. “We encourage park managers to …


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One comment on “No Bark And No Bite

  1. Susan Wilson on said:

    Ms. York,
    Enjoyed your article, thanks. I am researching the feasibility of opening a commercial dog park. I would like some information about running the business – start up costs, operating costs, cash flow etc. Can you refer me to a resourse for this information. Appreciate your help.

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