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I'm from Indianapolis. We have a lot of private dog parks. I'm very glad to pay the yearly fee. Here, we use an access card to enter the park. Even though a membership may cost a lot, at least you know the dogs are vaccinated. If a dog draws blood from another dog or human, their access card is denied. These parks keep out aggressive breeds and dogs have to be neutered/spayed. The public parks get the dogs who are not immunized (even though they are suppose to be but no one polices the park to keep those dogs out), or the dogs are not neutered/spayed. In the end, it's safer for your dog to be in a private park and may save you dollars in the long run. In fact, I'm on line looking to see if I can find a private park.
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