No Dog Walking At Gardens During Ag Show

April 27, 2023

The Department of Parks is “informing the public that due to the Ag Show, dog walking will be prohibited at the Botanical Gardens from April 27th to 29th.”

A Government spokesperson said, “The public should also advised that the due to the event, the Department of Parks will be closed during this period. The Department thanks the public in advance for their cooperation.”

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  1. Victor Cruz says:

    I recently read your article titled “No Dog Walking at Gardens During Ag Show” on the Bernews website, and I wanted to share my thoughts on this decision.

    While I understand the need to ensure the safety and cleanliness of the gardens during the Ag Show, I can also see how this restriction may disappoint dog owners and enthusiasts who enjoy taking their furry friends for walks in that area.

    Public spaces like gardens can provide a peaceful and enjoyable environment for both dogs and their owners to unwind and appreciate nature. However, it’s crucial to balance the needs and interests of all visitors, including those who may not be comfortable around or have allergies to dogs.

    Perhaps there could be alternative solutions that allow dog owners to still enjoy the gardens while addressing concerns related to safety and cleanliness. For example, designated areas or specific times could be allocated for dog walking, or enhanced rules and regulations could be implemented to ensure responsible pet ownership.

    Open dialogue and collaboration between event organizers, dog owners, and relevant authorities could lead to finding a compromise that accommodates the interests of different stakeholders. It’s essential to consider the well-being of both dogs and the larger community when making such decisions.

    Thank you for shedding light on this matter and providing information to the public. I hope that future discussions and considerations can lead to a solution that respects the interests of both dog owners and other visitors to the gardens.