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A new dog park has opened at South Mountain Reservation in South Orange. We took Janie there last night. It has a ton of agility equiptment as well as water fountains for the dogs and it is very clean. It also is seperated into two parks, one for large dogs and the other for small dogs. They even have a "time out pen" for the misbehaved pup. It was great for wearing her out! Go check it out and let me know what you think!
 

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yea its still there. Ive been there a few times with my boy and his is fine. In general i agree that bully breeds and dog parks dont mix. But imo it really depends on your dog's temperament and doggy socialization.
 

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I joined a doggy pool, has anyone had experience in this? How sad that I'm paying for a dog pool membership but no human pool! It's an indoor pool, in excited, hopefully passes the test to be approved!
 

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I joined a doggy pool, has anyone had experience in this? How sad that I'm paying for a dog pool membership but no human pool! It's an indoor pool, in excited, hopefully passes the test to be approved!
I wish there was someplace clean I could take Bella like that. I discovered that she loves to swim, but the pond at the local city park is kind of dirty much of the time.

Our exceptional State Park that is 2 miles from me has a beautiful lake and a nice little beach area. I'd like to take her there and swim with her, but they don't allow dogs. Doesn't make much sense. At night, there is all kind of wildlife all over the area, so it's not like she'd deface the beach.
 
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