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As a pet sitter I hope everyone reads and applies the simple Do’s and Don’ts of dog park rules and etiquette to their trips to the dog park for heaven sakes.

By : Nathan,  Pet to People Liaison,

          Dogs are allowed in many city and county parks as long as they are on a leash that is 6 feet or less.  If you are looking for a place to swap tales, sniff butts, and run free, a Dog Park may be the spot for you.

         Before taking your human out for off-leash recreation, make sure you know the park rules.  You can usually find them posted on a sign when you enter the park.  Be on your best behavior or you and your human will be taking the walk of shame.


DO’s “For Dog Parks”

DO keep your human in the fenced-in area with you.

DO have your human scoop your poop.

DO leave the treats and human food at home or in the car.

DO take your flea & tick medicine and be up  to date with your shots.

DON’Ts  “For Dog Parks” 

DON’T dig.

DON’T be aggressive.

DON’T go in the small dog area if you are a large dog.

DON’T go to the park if you are a female dog in heat.

More insightful thoughts on Dog Park rules and ETIQUETTE at  
Help spread the word! Thank you,  Debbie


Thank you Lisa and Lu !!!

We moved to a new house so we lost our precious friend who babysitted our boy for 8 years. It was hard to even think about any vacation because it meant we had to find the best babysitter for Leonardo. My friend highly recommended Lisa Burks and her company House Calls 4 Pet.  Just talking to Lisa first... More

Thank you Yuliana, for taking the time to share your experience with the care of your special boy while you were away!

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