Question on dogs

by stephanie lee

Walk the Dog

Walk the Dog


Are you allowed to bring dogs to the park?


Hi Stephanie,

Melbourne and its surrounding suburbs has so many parks where you can enjoy walking your dog.

However it is a good thing to check the local council by-laws regarding whether you can walk your dog or let the dog off the leash.

Here are some great resourceful Sites that can help:

# Walking dogs in parks in Victoria.

# Doggy Parks in Melbourne

Upmarket Pets Inner City
Dog Park Guide

Find the best Dog parks that we recommend!

View Upmarket Pets Inner city dog park guide in a larger map

Hope all the above gives you some great options and that both you and your canine friend enjoy the experience.

Let me know if you require any more information.


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Dec 28, 2010
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by: SuperNan

The photo I used for this page came from Liz's Flickr collection and I notified her of it being used on the site page.

At the same time I also asked if the picture had a story attached.

This is what Liz wrote back to me...

Subject: Re: Photo usage
Date: 26th December, 2010

Thank you for using the photo, Marylyn.

It's a photo of Bob - he was elderly (10 yo) when the photo was taken (about 3.5 yrs ago), and unfortunately he died in August this year of liver disease and diabetes.

He was a Jack Russell x collie (a Jollie ;¬) )

He had a big character, and he's still much loved and still missed, although I have a new dog now - a rescue called Smokey, another JRT (a Parsons this time, and probably pure bred) - he's about 3.5 or 4 years old.

It was a lovely surprise waking up on Christmas Day to find that one of Bob's photos had been used on your website!

Thank you once again!

Liz x

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