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Dog Parks Broken Arrow OK

Dog parks are a great place for your canine to go and get exercise with other dogs. Being around other dogs can socialize your dog and help with dog training. With dog obesity a common problem, dog parks even help with your pet's health. Please scroll down for more information about where you can find dog parks in Broken Arrow, OK.

K9 Mind
(918) 504-29K9
Tulsa, OK
Services
Dog Behavior Specialists
Experience
19 years. I started at the age of 10 studying canine behavior. I also began training at that age.
Certification
Career Diploma from Penn Foster. Mostly self taught.

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Tulsa Dog Training Club
(918) 294-8557
6307 S 107th East Ave
Tulsa, OK
 
Norman Community Dog Park
High Meadows Drive
Norman, OK
 
Del City Dog Park
(405) 793-5100
SE 12th St & SE 13th St
Del City, OK
 
Pets & People Dog Park
(405) 350-7387
701 Inla St
Yukon, OK
 
Tulsa Dog Training Club Inc
(918) 250-9620
6307 S 107th East Ave
Tulsa, OK
 
Pooches Dog Daycare/Training
(918) 398-6459
5331 E 41st St
Tulsa, OK
 
OKC PawPark/Lake Hefner Dog Park
North Grand Boulevard and Hefner Parkway
Oklahoma City, OK
 
Edmond Dog Park
(405) 359-4630
Rankin & 33rd Street
Edmond, OK
 
K9 Mind
(918) 504-29K9
Tulsa, OK
Services
Dog Behavior Specialists
Experience
19 years. I started at the age of 10 studying canine behavior. I also began training at that age.
Certification
Career Diploma from Penn Foster. Mostly self taught.

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Dog Park

By Nancy Dwyer for WebVet

As the popularity of dog parks explodes across the nation, it's important to understand dog park "etiquette." As leash laws become more restrictive, dog owners are discovering that the parks are a great place for exercising and socializing their dogs in a safe environment. Ranging from a basic enclosed field to a fancy space filled with agility courses, water fountains and doggie swimming ponds, all dog parks have one thing in common: they provide a place where dogs can run and play off-leash.

Unfortunately, not every dog park is visited by responsible owners. Even a few inconsiderate people can ruin the experience for everyone. Make sure you're not one of them by following these simple dos and don'ts of the dog park:

1. Observe all park rules. It's a good idea to make your first visit alone so that you know the park rules before bringing your dog. Failure to follow the rules can cause a park to be shut down or a serious incident to occur.

2. Never leave your dog unattended at the park. Trouble can brew quickly when unfamiliar dogs gather – you'll want to stay alert and in close proximity to your dog at all times.

3. If your dog becomes aggressive, leash it immediately and leave.  It's important to know you are legally liable for your aggressive dog .  

4. Don't bring puppies younger than 4 months who have not had all the required vaccinations.

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