PETA’s Dog Park Gets Two Paws Up

Published by PETA Staff.
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PETA’s Bea Arthur Dog Park (named for the eternally fabulous Golden Girl) has everything that dogs love: a big, grassy lawn for rolling and romping, a bin filled with toys to chew and chase, a water station, and an easy-access ramp into the Elizabeth River for dog-paddling to their hearts’ content! But it’s not just dogs who love PETA’s park—apparently, Southern Living does too: The magazine included the park in its feature on the South’s best dog parks!

Let’s raise the woof in celebration by taking our canine companions to the nearest dog park tonight for some tail-wagging fun! And if you’re ever in Norfolk, Virginia, check out the Bea Arthur Dog Park:

 

Dog Park Rules

 

I guarantee that if you follow the rules, you and your mutt won’t be disappointed.

Written by Lindsay Pollard-Post

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