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April 18, 2012

Dog Friendly Las Vegas: Bigger Is Not Always Better

Over the past couple months Eko and I have visited some of the most expansive dog parks in the country.  But today I was reminded that you should never judge a dog park by its size.  Sunset Dog Park is at most two acres, but in the desert heat two
Over the past couple months Eko and I have visited some of the most expansive dog parks in the country.  But today I was reminded that you should never judge a dog park by its size.  Sunset Dog Park is at most two acres, but in the desert heat two acres might as well have been two hundred.  Just standing in the sun for a few minutes can tire you out, so the park was plenty big enough for Eko to tire himself out in no time.

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“Hey Will, we’re going to the park soon, right?”

dog friendly las vegas

The amount of fun Eko has is directly proportional to how far his tongue hangs out

dog friendly las vegas

All species took frequent breaks in the shade to stay cool

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You know your dog is tired when he sleeps on a wall

Once Eko recovers and gets some food, we’ll be off to take a walk down the strip.  Until then, I get to enjoy a little peace and quiet!

Comments for Dog Friendly Las Vegas: Bigger Is Not Always Better

  1. Diane Smith says:

    Today I needed a laugh and I just got it!

  2. Wow that is one tired Eko!
    Bella and DiDi

  3. My dog looked the same way tonight with his face trying to push my computer out of the way so I would pay full attention to him… so cute 😉

  4. Really enjoy your blog. Great idea! We are always looking for pet-friendly accommodations.

  5. Brad Pitt says:

    Dude:
    Call me when we do Oceans 14. With you and Eko in the cast we may have to jump to Oceans 15.
    George C

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