Licking Park District - Your Adventure Starts Here!

Trails at Infirmary Mound Park, Taft Reserve, Lobdell Reserve and Ohio Canal Greenway are open to horses and all other users.

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Licking County’s parks, bike paths & trails provide excellent enjoyment of outdoor activities and our nature areas. Individuals and families use them to participate in healthy recreation and educational programs, and to support local environment protection and conservation.

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Calling all dog lovers! Join us for our Dog Park Series next Wed, June 29th. Even if you know dogs, you will still learn a lot. Register by June 27th!

The subject will be Play Time! Off leash play can be a great way to give your dog an opportunity to burn off some energy, make new friends, and get outside. For some dogs, it is stressful. Learn to identify good play behavior, and what to do when your dog is not playing well. This talk will focus on play interactions, how to promote good play, and bully behavior. We will also identify what to do if your dog is being a bully or being bullied.

Dog Park Seminar Series – Play Time!
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Dog Park Seminar Series – Play Time!

June 29, 2016, 7:00pm - June 29, 2016, 7:00pm

Licking Park District

Even if you know dogs, you will learn a lot! Register by the 26th! Play Time!- Off leash play can be a great way to give your dog an opportunity to burn off some energy, make new friends, and get outside. For some dogs, it is stressful. Learn to identify good play behavior, and what to do when your dog is not playing well. This talk will focus on play interactions, how to promote good play, and bully behavior. We will also identify what to do if your dog is being a bully or being bullied. The talk will be held at the James Bradley Senior Center at Infirmary Mound Park. This is a presentation, not a training session. Please do not bring dogs! Registration is required. Please REGISTER through our website lickingparkdistrict.com/event/910/ or call 740-587-2535. Fee: $5, Cash or check ONLY at the door The Licking Park District will host Heather Luedecke, a licensed dog trainer and behavior specialist, for a series of programs in 2016. The focus of these talks will be to help people learn more about dog body language and behavior. These will be geared towards the dog owners that are out and about with their dog on a leash, or at a dog park, and coming into contact with the general public. There will be an emphasis on safety and bite prevention.

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