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2019's First Trip to the Montgomery County Bark Park

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Like most pet owners, my wife and I like to take our dogs on frequent walks and hikes. While walks on a leash are fine, but it’s nice to be able to take them somewhere off leash. Thankfully the Montgomery County Bark Park, a repurposed landfill, is close by.

The Montgomery County Bark Park sign. The Montgomery County Bark Park sign.

Last Friday I made a daring early escape from the office so I could round up the pups and take them to the Bark Park before my wife got off work and while my son was probably napping at daycare.

We stayed at the Bark Park for a little over an hour. I wanted to wait long enough to have my wife get our son and meet us there, but Princess was getting tired. Niko, being younger, still had plenty of energy.

Of course, I snapped some pictures of the pups playing and making friends!

Niko looking up at me when we first got to the park. Niko looking up at me when we first got to the park.

Princess makes some friends. Princess makes some friends.

Princess rolls around while Niko watches on. Princess rolls around while Niko watches on.

Princess and Niko playing together. Princess and Niko playing together.

Niko makes a friend. Niko makes a friend.

Princess with a ball she borrowed from another dog. Princess with a ball she borrowed from another dog.

Princess looking tired after an hour of play. Princess looking tired after an hour of play.

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