The Town of Millet now has an Off-Leash Dog Park 

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A trip to an off leash dog park can be an enjoyable experience for both owners and pets. Here are some tips to help you have a positive experience
PAY ATTENTION. Your dog is your responsibility. Too many times, dogs get into trouble while their owners are busy doing something else Every owner needs to watch their dogs for signs of stress or aggression, and must be ready to take appropriate steps. This is for the safety of everyone at the park - including your own dog!
• Keep your dog on a leash until you are inside the designated park area. & Always carry a leash even in a leash-free area. You never know when you may need it.
• Don't bring sick dogs to the dog park. Contagious dogs can infect other dogs; and dogs who are feeling ill or who have been weakened by illness could be injured by the rough-and-tumble play-styles of other dogs in the park.
• Don't bring female dogs in heat to the dog park.
• Don't bring young puppies. Their immune systems are not yet fully developed.
• Never bring more dogs than you can handle if a situation were to arise.
• Use caution when bringing toys. You may want to bring a ball or other throw-toy for your pup, but proceed with care. Some dogs are fine with sharing, but toys can also cause guarding or territorial issues that create an unfriendly environment within the park.
• Keep children nearby. Kids are welcome at the off-leash parks, but it’s important to keep an eye on them and make sure they are behaving appropriately. Children who run or yell can frighten or intimidate dogs, or they may be seen as prey and be chased by the dogs. Children should also never approach unfamiliar dogs.
• Know what to do if a fight breaks out. Despite your best efforts, it can happen. Make sure you're ready.
Clean up after your dog... every time!


Did You Know?

The Town of Millet was named in honour of August Millet, who was believed to be a canoeist for Father Lacombe.