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Hello ! Need a quick answer to my question..

Posted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:08 am
by Beaglelover
Hi guys,

I'm dog-sitting my girlfriends beagle for a month while she is abroad visiting her family.. While I am happy to walk her around my condo area ( Mountbatten ), I'm interested in bringing 'Cadet' to a park somewhere to meet other dogs and owners..

1) Which places are good to meet other dog owners/dogs?
2) What times are best to bring Cadet to a park? Ideally i want there to be people there but not too crowded. When should I avoid?e.g bishan dog park
3) Is there anything specific I should know about walking Cadet? I've read a lot of guides online and Cadet is very calm and happy doge..

Thanks ! :)

Re: Hello ! Need a quick answer to my question..

Posted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:58 am
by crazy
Beaglelover wrote:Hi guys,

I'm dog-sitting my girlfriends beagle for a month while she is abroad visiting her family.. While I am happy to walk her around my condo area ( Mountbatten ), I'm interested in bringing 'Cadet' to a park somewhere to meet other dogs and owners..

1) Which places are good to meet other dog owners/dogs?
2) What times are best to bring Cadet to a park? Ideally i want there to be people there but not too crowded. When should I avoid?e.g bishan dog park
3) Is there anything specific I should know about walking Cadet? I've read a lot of guides online and Cadet is very calm and happy doge..

Thanks ! :)
I think East Coast Park and West Coast Park are great. Mornings and evenings (less hot) and weekends are the best?
Leash your dog at all times, muzzle if it's a big dog...bring plastic poop bags to clear their poops. Hope this helps..

Re: Hello ! Need a quick answer to my question..

Posted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 1:29 pm
by archcherub
Bishan part has 2 dog run park side by side.
terrific place to bring your dogs there! its damn socialising

Re: Hello ! Need a quick answer to my question..

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2018 4:30 pm
by crazy
archcherub wrote:Bishan part has 2 dog run park side by side.
terrific place to bring your dogs there! its damn socialising
May I ask, which part of Bishan is it located?

Re: Hello ! Need a quick answer to my question..

Posted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 11:01 am
by archcherub
crazy wrote:
archcherub wrote:Bishan part has 2 dog run park side by side.
terrific place to bring your dogs there! its damn socialising
May I ask, which part of Bishan is it located?
https://www.yelp.com.sg/biz/bishan-park ... -singapore

here u go, hope this is useful. usually i park at the nearby carpark then walk over to the dog park

Re: Hello ! Need a quick answer to my question..

Posted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 11:28 am
by crazy
Great, thanks,
Are all parks in Singapore dog friendly and even botanic gardens?

Re: Hello ! Need a quick answer to my question..

Posted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 1:30 pm
by archcherub
i don't think all parks. but as far as i know, all the parks i visited are alright for dogs.
just be careful.. i can't name any for now, but in the past, i think west side there were lots of rats, so there were pest control firms that set up rat bait poison. not common, but just something to bear in mind.

bishan park, west coast, east coast, sembawang park, woodlands are all dog friendly to me.
botanic garden is great for dogs too

Re: Hello ! Need a quick answer to my question..

Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2019 6:05 pm
by jackreacher8
what parks would you recommend to spend quiet time with a dog, in a hammock sleeping and watching the world go by?

Anyone got recommendation of such good hammock hanging place in parks?
East coast is so crowded, though i do see some places with hammocks, i wonder how they can sleep with so many human traffic and noises.

what garden or parks would you suggest? need 2 big trees at a convenient distance, quietness and no policeman coming asking if you are homeless and demanding to see some IDs.

Re: Hello ! Need a quick answer to my question..

Posted: Mon Feb 18, 2019 9:16 am
by archcherub
jackreacher8 wrote:what parks would you recommend to spend quiet time with a dog, in a hammock sleeping and watching the world go by?

Anyone got recommendation of such good hammock hanging place in parks?
East coast is so crowded, though i do see some places with hammocks, i wonder how they can sleep with so many human traffic and noises.

what garden or parks would you suggest? need 2 big trees at a convenient distance, quietness and no policeman coming asking if you are homeless and demanding to see some IDs.
you mean for double hammocks for camping.
i hope your dog is those small types... if its huge, you better make sure the hammock is strong!