Oxford Alabama is in the running to get a dog park! How exciting!
PetSafe is having a “Bark for your Park” contest. Oxford is in the medium sized city division. If we get the enough votes between now and June 26th we will remain in the running for the $100,000.00 prize! Votes can cast daily. VOTE FOR PARK HERE
Manolo Mashburn thinks that a dog park would be the perfect place for all her friends to gather and play. “Leashes are so constricting and it is hard to enjoy frolicking around with those leashes. My mommy gets so scared if I get away with out a leash. A dog park would also be a great place to have my birthday PAW-ty!!!”
“WHOA!! you mean a place where I can run free and chase all the squirrels and birds that I want?! No “strings” attached?!” Bella Casey wants so bad to run full throttle. She loves people and dogs and is incredibly happy each time she gets the opportunity to socialize.
Bailey is a small dog and spends more of her time on the couch barking at everything all day. The park would allow her to exercise and socialize freely which would probably relieve some of her anxiety issues. Not to mention wear her out so that she would probably sleep better when she’s at home. “Ok, this place sounds like it needs some real supervision, and I’m definitely the dog for the job!”
The city of Oxford has already looked into the benefits and they have looked for land for the park.They are looking at the property adjacent to the Oxford Civic Center or close to the Oxford Sports Complex. Letter from Council President Steven Waites
Weaver has a Skate Park.
Why shouldn’t Oxford have an Off Leash Dog Park?
If dogs could talk, it would take a lot of the fun out of owning one. ~Andy Rooney