Saturday, January 17, 2015

Our new dog park


It's seldom that I find an animal to contribute to the weekly Camera Critters group.
But here is something animal-related.
Guess what the concrete pipes are for. 

Yes! It is a brand new park for dogs!
Right here in my little town, Meitar.

These pictures are from October.  Maybe it looks a bit more finished by now.

"How Park" Park for Dogs  the sign says.
Hebrew-speaking dogs say how-how instead of English bow-wow or arf arf.
There are many rules, one being "No entry to bitches in heat."

Dogs on the streets are supposed to be on a leash, so here in the dog park  you can sit on a bench and enjoy watching  your dog(s) run free.


jaz@octoberfarm said...

what a great place!

William Kendall said...

A good idea. I can see that being really appealing for the hounds.

Hels said...

In Australia, most families with children want a dog. In fact elderly people love small dogs too. But in Tel Aviv and surrounds, dogs would have been unacceptable.

Great idea :)

RedPat said...

They are such social creatures that I am sure this is a great hit!

Cloudia said...

How How?

ALOHA from Honolulu

Karl said...

Interesting, Dina!
We don't have dog parks here...

Amanda said...

That is the best dog park I've ever seen. Totally cool!

VP said...

I think it is a great idea!

Kay said...

No grass, hunh? I hope all the dogs get along.

Kay said...

I believe Japanese for bow wow is wan wan.