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Old 12-11-2012, 03:32 PM
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Thanks for all your suggestions. I would definitely prefer an out-of-the-way, encounter fewer dogs type place to take my guy, just to let him explore nature and maybe go for a swim. Other dogs (and their owners) tend to make me pretty nervous, especially since if anything were to happen, my dog would be immediately blamed. I'd prefer him to socialize with dogs I already know but obviously, I'm gonna be brand new in the city and won't know anyone. Daycare is definitely an option, provided any of them will allow pitbulls. Rambo has spent the last year and a half of his life going to work with me, at doggie daycare, and is quite honestly getting pretty tired of it, so I'm not sure if he will thrive in that environment. Here's to hoping I get a house with a yard!
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Old 01-04-2013, 10:54 PM
Location: Planet Woof
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there is a nice dog park in Newtown with a pond for dogs

Also, Cin Nature Center on eastside allows leashed dogs on their many hiking trails.
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Old 01-05-2013, 08:03 AM
Location: Mason, OH
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We have a neighbor who has two springer spaniels. They are beautiful dogs. We do a lot to feed the birds in our area. Our cat sits in the window every morning to observe the birds which come. In addition to the birds, the neighborhood squirrels come to feast.

Whenever we go out to fill the bird and squirrel feeders, the dogs come a running. They know a treat is always available for them. Love to feed the birds, squirrels, and the dogs next door. Just wish humans were as receptable as these animals are.
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