Renovated Dog Park Reopens in Oceanside

Pups will have a new place to play in north county

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    The new dog park will feature artificial turf and puppy drinking fountains.

    North County dogs will have a new place to play starting today, reports our media partner North County Times.

    The San Diego Humane Society recently reopened a renovated dog park in Oceanside, complete with artificial turf and gazebos. The park is located on San Luis Road on the Human Society campus.

    The renovation cost $300,000 and included building a new walkway with places for people to sit and play with their pets; doggie drinking fountains in the shape of paw prints; shaded gazebos; new decorative fencing around the perimeter; and pet proof landscaping, said Michael Baehr, marketing and communications director for the Humane Society.

    The park will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. It will be dedicated to Petco, which made a $1 million donation to the Humane Society.

    Read the full story at North County Times.