Dogs do need a better place to play

Agassiz would benefit from letting dogs off leash

In response to the letter “Dogs deserve a place to play,” posted in Mailbag Nov. 9,  2012

It was so appreciated to see that a resident of Agassiz is willing to give a voice to the dogs in Agassiz. My husband and I both totally agree that there is a huge need for a proper “Dog Park” in Agassiz. The proposed idea that Andra sets out in her letter makes sense. We are part of a large group of dogwalkers that have been meeting every day for over 2 and a half years to exercise, train and socialize our dogs. We also pay a fee to license our dog. A fenced dog park  would make it so much safer for our pets to play.

Tom and Loretta Douglas



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