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Bark Park tips and hintsHelpful hints for your first Bark Park visit.  (From about.com)

Bark Park etiquette Simple tips for you and your dog.  (From about.com)

South Florida canine-friendly areasParks and beaches where dogs are allowed, both on- and off-leash.  (From doortosummer.com)

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What is a dog park? — General information on dog parks; how to start a dog park in your area.  (From dogplay.com)

The dog park debate — Dog parks are special areas set aside for dogs to be off-leash. They swiftly turn into gathering places for dogs and owners, where dogs can romp and play while owners sit and chat.  (From vetcentric.com)

Play groups for pooches — Dogs play with one another joyously. They bounce. They bark. They waggle their rumps in the air. It’s a pleasure to watch.  (From vetcentric.com)

Barking  in the parkOver the last several years, dog owners across the country have banded together to help city-dwelling dogs enjoy their "dog-ness," even in the shadow of skyscrapers in the nation’s biggest cities.  (From vetcentric.com)

Unleash the truth: Myths and misconceptions about off-leash areas — The Bloomington, MN Parks and Recreation Department concludes that off-leash areas provide great benefits not only to dogs, but also to the community at large.  (From the City of Bloomington, MN Web site)

The Case For Space: Expanding Recreational Opportunities for Dog Owners and Their Pets A USC study outlining the need for additional off-leash areas in Los Angeles, CA.  (University of Southern California School of Policy, Planning and Development)

Fighting for a paw in the sand — San Francisco dog owners are fighting for off-leash beach areas.  (From vetcentric.com)

New housing development promotes harmony between pets and people — The planned community of Harmony, Fla., will be organized around the concept that animals and nature belong at the forefront of people’s lives.  (From vetcentric.com)

How to build a dog park in your community How can you build a dog park in your community? Here are some proven strategies for a successful campaign.  (From PHS/SPCA)

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