One of my walking trails takes me past a 2.8 acre dog park built by our city. It’s located just outside of the residential area, and there is no automobile traffic, so it has a countryside feel.

The park is entirely fenced and is further divided by another fence to accommodate a smaller area for small dogs.

On this sunny day, the shadows of the fence wires and posts were exaggerated by the bright, white snow.

“Exceptional dog parks have an enclosed area specifically for small dogs. This keeps them safe, yet still allows them to socialize which is especially important for smaller dogs.”

~ What Makes a Good Dog Park – APDT