Open evening calls for dogs & owners

For many dog walkers, it’s important to have a large space to walk a pet companion. Dogs need plenty of fresh air and space as a way of escaping the indoors and keeping fit. The Parks Trust, based in Milton Keynes, recognise this and are planning an open evening for pets and owners to attend. The main purpose of this evening will be to discuss options for the dogs and all related details surrounding the park itself.

The opinions of many dog owners will help The Parks Trust expand their facilities for dogs, which could in turn attract more visitors from various locations. Any information can be expressed as a way of allowing visitors to give their thoughts and make changes to improve the sensible ownership of dogs.

Milton Keyne’s parks are a popular destination for people to let their dogs roam, whether it’s Shih-Tzu or a Siberian Husky, the Parks Trust is anticipating a great turn out for the event. A good turn out could mean more regular events for dogs, allowing owners to befriend one another and learn more about different breeds of dog.

For anyone who wants to broaden their knowledge and equally discuss matters meaningful to dog lovers, the open evening will take place on Thursday 23rd February 2012 in Campbell Park Pavilion, 1300, Silbury Boulevard, Milton Keynes MK9 4AD. Guests are advised to arrive before 7pm for a session that will last approximately 90 minutes.