Which is the nicest dog park in Madison?

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Postby Hank_Venison » Tue May 29, 2007 3:02 pm

bluethedog wrote:Quann park by the coliseum might be the closest. Not much to see there but it's all fenced in. Not sure if there's any drinking water available for the dogs.


Yes there is a drinking fountain with two steel dog dished tied to it. Near the entrance by the tennis courts

bluethedog wrote:Verona has poop bags available at the park, I think the others probably would too, but they should bring some along just in case.


Quann does provide bags, but they are sometimes out, just like other parks, I assume.

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Postby universitylad » Tue May 29, 2007 5:41 pm

bluethedog wrote:
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narcoleptish wrote:Am I the only one who is only seeing the back half of the dog in U lad's picture?


Click to expand your mind! and the picture.


Ah!!! What's the blue thingy in the background?


I think it's a flatbed scanner.

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Postby Oprah » Wed May 30, 2007 8:51 am

bluethedog wrote:
TheBookPolice wrote:
narcoleptish wrote:Am I the only one who is only seeing the back half of the dog in U lad's picture?


Click to expand your mind! and the picture.


Ah!!! What's the blue thingy in the background?

Am I the only one who is still drawn to the back half of that fine Wheaton Terrier bitch even after expanding the picture and despite the allure of the blue thingy in the background?

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Postby narcoleptish » Wed May 30, 2007 2:12 pm

universitylad wrote:
bluethedog wrote:
TheBookPolice wrote:
narcoleptish wrote:Am I the only one who is only seeing the back half of the dog in U lad's picture?


Click to expand your mind! and the picture.


Ah!!! What's the blue thingy in the background?


I think it's a flatbed scanner.


Why would you scan a big truck?

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Postby TheBookPolice » Wed May 30, 2007 2:41 pm

narcoleptish wrote:
universitylad wrote:
bluethedog wrote:
TheBookPolice wrote:
narcoleptish wrote:Am I the only one who is only seeing the back half of the dog in U lad's picture?


Click to expand your mind! and the picture.


Ah!!! What's the blue thingy in the background?


I think it's a flatbed scanner.


Why would you scan a big truck?


To see if it was speeding.

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Postby bluethedog » Wed May 30, 2007 3:22 pm

universitylad wrote:
bluethedog wrote:
TheBookPolice wrote:
narcoleptish wrote:Am I the only one who is only seeing the back half of the dog in U lad's picture?


Click to expand your mind! and the picture.


Ah!!! What's the blue thingy in the background?


I think it's a flatbed scanner.

Odd that it's at dog level - does the dog have scanner skills?

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Postby Galoot » Wed May 30, 2007 7:19 pm

narcoleptish, my dog had the same problem with mounting every dog in sight. Yes, it is just a dominance thing, and my dog has turned it into a fight on a few occasions.

I took him to Trish McConnell's pet shrink business, and saw one of her proteges. It didn't take long to train my dog to stop the mounting. The best tip I got was to use the silent treatment. When my dog really went over the line, I went "HMMPPH!!" to him (apparently dogs understand this, even though you might not), snapped on the leash, and headed straight to the car.

Once home, I ignored him for nearly 2 hours. It drove him nuts, and it only took a couple of silent treatments before he knew that he couldn't do that again.

Oh, and I vote for the Verona park. I do wish they'd provide some porta-johns out there, though.

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Postby shelly » Wed May 30, 2007 10:09 pm

Galoot wrote:
Oh, and I vote for the Verona park. I do wish they'd provide some porta-johns out there, though.


I have been tempted to try the Church that was built nearby.... stupid building built in the middle of no where so everyone has to drive. Grrrr.

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Postby narcoleptish » Wed May 30, 2007 11:21 pm

Thanks Galoot, I will remember that if I give the parks another try.


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