Parks and Recreation Etiquette [Infographic]
There is the Nature Lover that believes their dog's little compost piles will enhance the vegetation growth of the grass. The Dog Walker who doesn't believe in leashes. It's totally ok if their dog frolics, licks and pounces on anything, including small babies, at the park. Then there is the Ultimate Griller who thinks the more grease they leave on the grill, the better your charbroiled burger will taste! These are just some of the ways you can give yourself a bad reputation at your favorite park with an equally bad nickname.Don't want to make the Park's Bad List?
Read on to learn more about Barky's Best Park Etiquette Practices, after all a dog is a man's best friend, and a dog's favorite place is the park; so he'll keep you in good standings. Whether you are at a community park or a national park, follow these rules brought to you by Barco Products, commercial supplier of picnic tables, park benches, and other commercial site amenities, and you'll make tons of new friends - both furry and human!