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Do you ever feel guilty when you go somewhere and have to leave your dog at home? Does your dog never get enough exercise and socialization? If the answer is yes then join our group.This group is for dog lovers that want to do more with their dogs. We will participate in various dog friendly activities. Spring Festivals, Parades, Dog Pool Parties, Dog friendly Bars and Restaurants, Camping, Dog Parks, Nature Hiking. Just to name a few of the fun things that you can enjoy with your best friends. Did you know that every year around Easter the Cotton Bowl is turned into the world?s largest Dog Park for a day? The entire Fair Park complex is turned into a dog friendly place. Ever heard of Lee Harvey?s? This is the best dive bar in Dallas. On Sunday?s they allow you to bring your dog and let them play in the yard while enjoying 2 dollar Bloody Mary?s or Mimosa?s. If you missed the Operation Kindness Dog Swimming Party at Hawaiian Falls last summer you missed an amazing site. How often can you see 100 dogs bobbing up and down in a wave pool with a band playing Beach Boys music on the stage on top of the wave generator? Woof, woof, ruff, ruff. That's Doglish for, "Let's go"

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Dog Scouts of America
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Yes! There really is a nationwide organization with troops all over the country called Dog Scouts of America. Furthermore, the DFW has the largest troop in the nation. It is family friendy! Members are mostly adults, actually.

The troop has a monthly meeting in Arlington in an indoor air-conditioned environment. If you are interested in attending a meeting, please join this event and I will post the info on how to get started.

Dog Scouts of America Mission

To improve the lives of dogs, their owners, and society through humane education, positive training, and community involvement.

What Dog Scouts Stands For

We stand for responsibility – to the dogs in our care, to our communities, and to each other. We believe that our members make a difference by setting an example, developing skills and embracing opportunities to share our philosophy with each other and inspire people to join us. In Dog Scouts, people help dogs, dogs help people, and the whole community benefits.

Dog Scouts of America Vision

We envision a future where dogs remain in happy, lifelong homes with responsible owners. In this vision, all dogs are seen as a useful and welcome part of the community, because people take responsibility for socializing, training, containing, and caring for them. We strive to create a world where people view their dogs as part of their family and all dog owners have the knowledge they need to raise well-mannered canine citizens.


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14th Annual Dog-A-Poolooza

Holford Park Pool

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