|Puptown Dog Park||
Come down to Puptown!! Introduce yourself to the community! Please write in the comments and tell us how you found Puptown and how your dog has changed your life for the better! Bow wow, for now!!
Thanks to Collette Fried, Darlene Wright, Walter Kinderman, and some dedicated National Honor Society students from Walter Payton High School the park received a very thorough cleaning. All tools came out of the shed and were used in a much needed sprucing up! At least a dozen 40 gal bags were filled with rubbish. We look forward to more consistency at the park with some new committed members. TShirts available as well if anyone is interested.
The garden is in full bloom. Nice variety of plants make a beautiful center piece to the park. Note: if your dog jumps into the garden there is a small door as shown in photo. Please keep it closed and use any closing device to lock it if possible. Thank you and enjoy the lovely park!
Make sure you keep your dogs hydrated everyone! Never leave your dog in a car! If you must, always leave the windows cracked. Build a dog house if your yard does not have any shade as well. Cheers (with some ice cold water) from Puptown! :)
Bring gloves and whatever protective gear and additional cleaning supplies or garden tools if you'd like. Contact Alex at 773-931-5253 if you would like to take a greater initiative for the park. We are responsible ourselves to manage the park. Thanks so much! See some of you this weekend!
Part Begal part Corgi found Friday morning 9/26 friendly with collar no chip. Contact (312)914-4288