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REVIEW LETTERS TO EDITOR
I am glad you gave us readers a chance to express our opinions about the dog parks as I am just an uneducated pup but I feel that I have a right to speak up as we are supposed to be living in a dogocracy aren't we ? As a matter of fact I have no home, just am a hungry and hounded street dog constantly hiding from dogcatchers. But I line my box under the dumpster with back issues of your review so I know a thing or two. Now I want all you would-be dogooders to remember that us street dogs need a place to settle down and rest where we will not be noticed by the dogcatchers and these parks are okay for that as the chicken feather little fluff tails that are rambling around loose there during daylight hours are no threat to us so we can just relax under a bush and have a snooze. So of course we are for them. Perry Pooch anywhere usa
It is my considered opinion that these dog parks serve an educational purpose as they provide a convenient laboratory for psychology students to observe inter-dog relationships of every kind. For example I took my students in puppy development over to our local dog park and they were able to view dog fights in every age bracket plus owner reactions, all at taxpayer expense. So thank you, City government, for this opportunity. Professor Pinscher.
It certainly is a waste of tax payer
money to provide free rendevoux for the smelly and shifty denizens of dumps,
wild and irresponsible students, scruffy and flea infested poverty types
that abound there. Of course these parks have a negative and disruptive
effect on our culture as long as they are free and open to all. It
behooves some local entrepreneur to open a private city club with substantial
fees so that higher type, pure blooded canines may enjoy some supervised
contacts with their peers. Mrs.
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