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Douglas Dogs Has Been Revived
I am happy to announce that there are some additions to the communication system for Douglas Dogs at Fort Barnard
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Poop Bag
We are out of poop bags for the park.  If you have grocery bags or post bags please bring them
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Holes in the fence
Ruben: Please have David walk the fence inside the Fort Barnard dog park to check out the holes in the
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Could someone download, print, and post the attached pdf at the dog park? It has qr codes and links to the website, this facebook page, and the yahoo mailing list.

Thank you in advance for your help.
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The old website has also been revised and improved. There is a feed of the messages from the above Facebook group as well as articles that may be helpful and of interest. Links to the Yahoo group and Facebook Group are prominent. And several dog park users will be given log in access to the site to post announcements, photos, and other items of importance and interest. You can find the website at:

douglasdogs.org

I am now on the west coast, living in rural California near Yosemite. Jaleo, my plott hound, 13.5, doing well for his age, and loving the rolling hills and mountains of the Sierras. But he will always be a Douglas Dog. And I will always hold the Fort Barnard Dog Park close to my heart and on my web server. 🙂
Hope your summer is going well and you and your dog are staying cool while out playing.

Best regards,

Margott Weltin
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