Canal Winchester has Gone to the Dogs - At Paws Park that is

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Paws Park is announcing the grand opening of the fenced, off leash Dog Park May 21st, 2005. Paws Park is dedicated to supporting the Central Ohio Dog Shelter and Rescue community. You and your canine friend can socialize in a safe, secure and fun environment which is a private membership off leash dog park.

Paws Park is announcing the grand opening of the fenced, off leash Dog Park May 21st, 2005. Paws Park is where the elite with four feet come to meet! Paws Park is dedicated to supporting the Central Ohio Dog Shelter and Rescue community. You and your canine friend can socialize in a safe, secure and fun environment which is a private membership off leash dog park located at 2077 SR 674 (Winchester Southern Rd) in Northern Pickaway County. We are located on 7 acres of mature trees, grassy meadows with a large swimming pond, complete with diving dock. Just 7 miles south of SR 33 in Canal Winchester, Paws Park is conveniently located minutes from Pickerington, Pataskala, Lancaster, Reynoldsburg, Gahanna, Circleville and the rest of Central Ohio.

Our philosophy is to provide a safe and secure place for dogs and their owners to run, play and socialize. We support and encourage rescue efforts and humane education. Proceeds from entry fees, concession sales and dog washes will be donated to rescue groups; shelters and other dog related charities. These funds will help support low cost spay and neuter programs and humane education. Our goal is to help rescue groups afford better care to the dogs they have rescued as well as provide rescue services to more dogs.

Membership is limited and will be filled on a first come first served basis. A non-refundable $150.00 annual membership fee is required to become a Paws Park member. $5.00 will be charged per entry and will be donated to the “animal group of the day.” We are open Saturday and Sunday 10am to 4pm and Wednesday nights from 6pm to 9pm from May 21st through the end of October (weather permitting). All dogs are required to be licensed, spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccinations (rabies and Bortetella included) and proof must be submitted and on file before the dog’s first visit.

“Leash cutting” ceremonies will commence at 2:00pm on Saturday May 21st, 2005.

For more information and a schedule of attending groups visit us on the web at http://www.pawspark.org or contact Lora Zigan at (614) 837-6760.

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