All those who have dogs always dream of taking their dogs for a walk in a nice beautiful park where he/she will meet other dogs and they will have a gala time together. But unfortunately, there are no such parks in our country solely made for dogs. But what if I tell you that the wait is finally over? What if I tell you that we are about to have our first dog park inaugurated next week?
Hyderabad and India will get its first dog park which is all set to be inaugurated next week. Telangana Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister, KT Rama Rao tweeted the pictures of the park and trust me it is absolutely amazing and much better than any of the parks we have in the country.
The first park in India developed to international standards for pets & pet parents & certified by kennel club of India😊
Small dump yard has been converted into this park. Extent of 1.3 Acres, Located near Radisson Hotel, Kondapur & Developed with a cost of ₹1.1Cr pic.twitter.com/RoBLKLGXOv
— KTR (@KTRTRS) September 9, 2018
The park is spread across 1.3 acres and has a lot of playing materials for the dogs. It’s specially built so that dogs can finally find a place outside their homes where nobody will disturb them and even make some buddies.
The park has been equipped with dog training equipment, play equipment, areas for exercise, splash pool, fountain, amphitheater, lawns, separate kennels for big and small dogs and even a clinic.
Speaking to TOI, GHMC Zonal Commissioner D. Harichandana, said:
“The park was constructed to provide training for dogs to stay fit. The park will also address all the issues related to dogs.”
Going by the words of the minister, the place where the park has been constructed, was a small dump yard near Hotel Radisson at Kondapur and the cost of construction was a whopping 1.1 crores.
Now Hyderabad just got a little better and we want other cities to also follow the footsteps. Dog parks are essential to keep your dog fit and happy and every city should at least have one of these. Hands up if you agree with me!