Murdock Manufacturing, a leading designer, manufacturer, and supplier of stainless steel indoor and outdoor hand washing stations, drinking fountains, hydrants, bottle fillers, and more, celebrated National Puppy Day on March 23 by sharing a list of the 11 best dog parks in the United States — while also highlighting why it's important for these parks to provide year-round access to drinking water.
"While some might be nothing more than a fenced-in space for your dog to safely run and play, many dog parks are designed with enrichment elements to engage your dog’s mind," the company stated on its blog. "Either way, we think the most essential features of any dog park are access to clean drinking water and a place for your pup to cool off on a hot day."
Below are just three of the parks the company highlighted. Read the full article on Murdock Manufacturing's blog at blog.murdockmfg.com/best-dog-parks.
The Decarsky Dog Park in Derby, Kansas, opened in the fall of 2020 and features the standard separate small and large dog areas, an agility course, lots of shade, and water bubblers and wash stations for the pups.
PETA’s Bea Arthur Dog Park in Norfolk, Virginia, is named after PETA’s late honorary director. Like every good dog park, it features a water station so pups can stay hydrated and also has a toy bin in case your pooch forgot hers at home.
Situated on the shores of beautiful Lake Washington in the heart of Seattle, Warren G. Magnuson Park is the only off-leash area with water access inside the city limits. As you can imagine, it gets pretty busy there, so be prepared for a canine crowd.
Continue reading at blog.murdockmfg.com/best-dog-parks.