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Op-Ed: Photo Essay — Fun, frolic and friends at Centennial Dog Park
Nashville - To paraphrase Cyndi Lauper, dogs just want to have fun, and there is no better place for pooches to have a great time than a nice dog park.
Flag-Themed Hydrant Pulled From Dog Park
A fire hydrant that was painted as an American flag has now been removed from a dog park after complaints it was disrespectful to let dogs use it for what dogs do. Namely, pee on it.
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Exploring and "making their mark" is another favorite past time for many of the dogs.
This sweet girl takes a breather while still keeping up with the action.
There are a lot of squirrels that enjoy the park as well, and many of the dogs, especially the terriers, love to try and find them.
A small dog heads into the small dog park at Centennial Dog Park.
A game of chase has worn this Beagle out as well.
Making new friends is also one of the best parts of visiting the dog park.
This little guy not only had a great time at the large dog park, he took time to pose of a picture.
A visit to the dog park seems to always bring a smile to the pooch's face.
These sisters enjoy a stroll through Centennial's Small Dog Park.
After a long game of chase, this worn out pup needed to take a nap.
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