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Broomfield County Commons Dog Park

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   Announcing Broomfield's First Dog Park 
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The City and County of Broomfield is seeking feedback from the public concerning  proposed enhancements to the Broomfield County Commons Dog Park.  These enhancements will not impact the overall size of the combined Large and Small Dog Park and the park will no longer be “temporary”.  In 2016, Broomfield’s first permanent dog park at Broomfield County Commons Park, will undergo reconfiguration and receive some new enhancements following the construction of a new parking lot to the south of the dog park.  

We need your input!  

Please take a few minutes to take this survey and tell us what you think! 


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 Dog Park Pros and Cons ..............................................................................
 
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Pros:

  • They provide a safe environment for your dog to run and play freely.
  • They are the perfect venue for socializing your dog - a place where he can learn how to get along with other dogs of all breeds, sizes, ages, and temperaments.
  • They're a sure-fire way to absolutely exhaust an energetic dog.
  • They offer us the opportunity to socialize, make new friends, and get a bit of exercise ourselves.
  • They are a source for building strong communities. 
  • They're a place where you don't have to worry about offending non-dog-lovers.
Of course, there are some negatives too…

Cons:
  • If the park isn't fenced-off, there's a chance your dog could run-off and become lost or get hurt. These parks aren't recommended.
  • It can be a dangerous place at times: you may witness fights between dogs, or your dog may be preyed upon by more aggressive dogs.
  • Your dog can pick up bad habits like fear, aggression, rough play, and he may begin to ignore his commands.
  • Illnesses can be passed from dog to dog. If it's a concentrated area, or not well kept, it's also easier for the soil of the park to become contaminated.

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Please remember to bring your bags and clean up after your dog.

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