Tel Aviv: Dog park to get pets out of Yarkon Park

May 6, 2006 05:59


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A special park for dogs will be established in the Ganei Yehoshua park in Tel Aviv in the coming days. The Tel Aviv municipality, which initiated the establishment of the park, announced that the site will be some three dunams in size inside Ganei Yehoshua. The new park was expected to include sitting areas, along with toys and drinking fountains for dogs. The municipality planned to expand the area of the park in the future, while at the same time increasing the enforcement and punishment of dog-owners who release their pets in nearby Yarkon Park.

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