September 01, 2005
New Romping in Oconomowoc
Looking for a wide-open space to let your pooch burn off some energy? If you live in or near the Oconomowoc area, there is a new dog exercise area built just for that purpose. Two acres within Roosevelt Park have been set aside for use by our canine companions. Located at the southern end of the park, this exercise area is perfect for local canines to meet and greet their four-legged friends. An entrance to the park will direct you towards a path to the exercise area.
In order for your dog to legally use the exercise area, a permit is required and available for purchase at the Parks and Recreation Office. The cost of the permit is only $20.00 a year for residents and $30.00 a year for non-residents. If you’re passing through town or decided to spend just a few days a year at the exercise area, one day passes can be purchased for $2.00 if you’re a resident or $3.00 for non-residents.
Your canine companions must also be up-to-date on vaccinations with proof dangling from their collar. Next to their vaccination tags should be a dog license. As responsible dog owners, both of these tags should already be clanging off their neck. If not, please take the necessary steps to make sure your best friend is not only vaccinated against deadly diseases, but also licensed to legally live in your city.
Future dog parks depend on the responsible use of new exercise areas such as this one in Oconomowoc. Please do your part to keep the area free of litter, pet waste, and overly aggressive dogs. Together we can make each new park a model for others to follow.
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