Photo Friday: Watch the Audience (New Dog and Human Parks in Washington, DC)


What is everyone smiling at? Yesterday was a big day in Washington, DC, with the leash-cutting of a brand new dog park, and a companion human park across the street, in Dupont Circle.

Mayor Adrian Fenty was present to officially open the park, which has been eagerly anticipated for close to 9 months now.

Dogs are a big deal here. I am sure many residents would say the impact on their health of having the ability to run and play with your dog is as important as many health care interventions. People are drawn to all pursuits that help people achieve their life goals through optimal health.

Just ask Milo, my favorite dog in all of Washington (doesn’t he melt your heart?)


Here’s a few images of Mayor Fenty doing the official stuff…


2 Replies to “Photo Friday: Watch the Audience (New Dog and Human Parks in Washington, DC)”

  1. Hello Ted

    Great pics!! Sure could do with some of that sunshine. Raining in NW England ;-(

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