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March 15, 2014

New pooch park stresses health, safety

Members say added precautions are welcome additions

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“You can meet other dogs there and they can wear your dog out,” she said with a laugh. “And having a Lab, I tell you, that's nice to have.”

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Paying to play Looking for a safe place to let your pooch play with being on a leash? The following information will give you a closer look at two of the dog parks located in Anderson: Name: Animal Care & Control Canine Companion Corral Operated/maintained by: Animal Protection League Located: 2108 W. Eighth St. Membership fees: $15 annually for the first dog and $5 a year for each additional dog. Memberships run from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31. Size: Approximately one acre Hours of operation: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week For more information about this dog park, call 356-0900. Name: Four Paws Dog Park Operated/maintained by: South Anderson Veterinary Clinic Located: 109 W. 53rd St. Membership fees: Trial day pass $10, monthly pass $25 for the first dog and $10 for additional dogs from the same household and annual passes are $150 and $30 for each additional dog living at the same address. Size: Approximately one acre. Hours of operation: Dawn to dusk, seven days a week For more information on this dog park, call 642-8117.

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