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Drum roll please! It's the big day, and you're bringing your dog to the off-leash dog park for the first time. Fido is wiggling with anticipation as you open the gate. And you're just about to set your excited pooch free and sit down on a bench and read the paper... But wait - rewind! There are a few things you should think about first...
Before you even open the gate, have a peak over the fence at the other dogs running loose. How will your dog most likely interact with them? Is your dog friendly and social? Be aware that anxious & fearful dogs will not enjoy this experience as much as you may hope, and might quiver at your ankles to begin with. On the opposite end, very aggressive behaviour should not be permitted at the dog park. Dogs who exhibit these behaviours are often better suited to singular play or play with mates that they know and love.
Take the time your dog needs for integration, see how they fit in. Encourage your dog to make friends with pooches of similar temperament to make a long-term playmate they can be comfortable with and have fun. While your dog is not on a leash, they should still be in your control. Does your dog respond to basic obedience cues such as 'Come', 'Sit' and 'Stay'? Commands that will definitely come in handy are 'Leave it' or 'Drop It' - for when Fido steals another dog's ball and launches like a rocket ship in the opposite direction when you need to give it back!
Some dog behaviours are really not appropriate to dog parks:
- Endlessly barking dogs should not participate,
- Healthy dogs only! You don't want your dog to get hurt or pass on something contagious,
- Dogs that are bullying are not appropriate for this environment.
Human guidelines - there's a tad few more of these:
- The Golden Rule is... obey the rules!
- Don't leave small children unattended, they could easily get knocked over,
- Keep unimmunised puppies at home,
- Watch the play in the park before entering, to be sure the environment is suitable to your dog's needs,
- Remove the leash as soon as you enter the leash off area... leashed and unleashed dogs do not mix well,
- Supervise your dog's play. I was joking about bringing a newspaper with you. Take the time to get to know some other dog owners, in the least it's helpful for gaining any advice you might need, and even better, you might meet dedicated pooch-lovers willing to swap dog-sitting duties, for those times when you just can't be there for your canine buddy,
- Clean up all dog poo! A lightweight carry belt with pockets for tidy bags, keys, phone and dog treats can really come in handy,
- Leave if your dog wants to. It's about your dog, not you,
- Avoid disciplining another person's dog. Either leave or talk to the owner,
- If your dog is too rough, apologise, and be willing to leave if necessary.
Be open to considering other perspectives about your dog; be honest with yourself about how your pal is affecting his doggy playmates.
Now if your dog is ball obsessed like mine, remember to bring your own ball so that your dog doesn't constantly steal other dogs' balls. You can definitely end up getting your aerobic work-out for the day if you need to constantly chase your Fido around! Invest wisely; a distinctive and durable ball is good so you can tell yours apart from the others at a glance. Also, you don't constantly have to remember to get to the store to buy a new toy (after your pooch has just chewed up the last tennis ball of the three pack - again!)
Definitely bring water! This is where your ever-useful portable water bowl comes in handy and prevents your dog from dousing himself in the biggest muddy puddle he can find. Fido will be awfully thirsty after rumbling and tumbling with the rowdy pack.
Lastly, you'll get higher marks on the popularity metre if you learn the names of the other dogs at the dog park. Just watch your status rise! Don't worry too much about learning all the other peoples' names. That's not a necessity. It's the dogs that count as you'll see when you get there.
Staying considerate of other dogs and their property, and keeping an eye on your Fido will ensure you're looking forward to going to the dog park each and every time.
Having trained many canines over her lifetime, Lorraine Gray has developed a keen insight into dog behaviour and is dedicated to promoting positive reinforcement training. She believes the profound bond shared between people and their dogs grows much stronger through successful training. Laurie has lived in harmony with dogs all her life and is most passionate about creating a positive relationship between people and their dogs.
Lorraine Gray uses her expertise to assist customers of Waggle Canine Adventure Gear to get the right equipment to help their dogs live a comfortable, safe and fun life. Waggle Canine Adventure Gear is an Australian company that supplies dog gear for all of life's adventures.
Considering our age where men and women are treated equally, why is it still worse for a man to hit a woman?
Why is it worse for a man to hit a woman than a woman to hit a man? Because of tradition? Because men are stronger than women? Because of gender roles?
I thought men and women were supposed to be treated equally? Equal rewards, equal punishments... How can women progress into becoming equals if they still are treated as weak, inferior beings that cannot be on the receiving end of violence, whereas men are consistently viewed as rough and tumble?
I know a guy who was hit in the chest, and he also broke a rib...
But a man or woman who hit another,same gender or not,is purely a primitive lacking civility.
Though in Irish "Culture" they may enjoy that everyday.