Sniffing the big dogs

Visit to Keizer Rapids Dog Park

We visited Keizer's newest park for Smitty's 11th birthday, Earth Day, which also includes an off-leash, 5 acre, fenced dog park with separate pens for both small and large dogs.
We simply followed Chemawa Rd where it nearly dead ends and turned in where Keizer Veterinary Clinic is, a sponsor of the dog park.
We didn't venture past the dog park, but the entire park is 120 acres, with a trail into the trees and along the Willamette river and also includes Keizer Rotary Ampitheatre.
Smitty hobnobbed with Buddy, a Lhasa Apso owned by Yvonne, another visitor to the park. It was early morning so we were the only ones in the small dog pen, but they had a great time fetching frizbees and tennis balls while they were there.

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Anonymous says ... on Sunday, Apr 18 at 7:23 PM

Kaiser Off Leash Dog Park is a gem. Small dogs don't fight like the large dogs. Great to have them in separate areas. The Keizer Vets provided the fencing. Covered shelters and bench is appreciated by dog owners. Water is suppose to be added.

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