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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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These sisters enjoy a stroll through Centennial's Small Dog Park.
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 game of chase has worn this Beagle out as well.
Exploring and "making their mark" is another favorite past time for many of the dogs.
After a long game of chase, this worn out pup needed to take a nap.
A visit to the dog park seems to always bring a smile to the pooch's face.
This sweet girl takes a breather while still keeping up with the action.
This little guy not only had a great time at the large dog park, he took time to pose of a picture.
A small dog heads into the small dog park at Centennial Dog Park.
Making new friends is also one of the best parts of visiting the dog park.
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