The Panorama City Dog Park is an off-leash dog park in Lacey, Washington. This dog park is on a private gated community which has been constructed with the needs of seniors in mind. It is for use by residents of the community only and is maintained by Panorama Pet Parents.
The retirement campus has a full list of services and amenities to make those later years more comfortable and enjoyable. Both independent and assisted living are offered, there are retail outlets and sports facilities plus restaurants, a pharmacy, and a convenience store.
Pets can play an important role in anyone's retirement years. They're both a source of great company and an incentive to stay on the move. A dog, while it might understand a human's moods, doesn't take aching joints as an excuse for not being taken for a walk.
Having a puppy in your later years can be a good motivator. Taking your pooch to the dog park can be fun too as it's not just a time when your dog can socialize but gives you an opportunity to mingle with other pet loving retirees as well. Having a dog can be just as satisfying as having grandkids, and it costs a lot less.
Pets are very welcome at the Panorama City Community. Besides the off-leash dog park, the complex has a network of pathways where dogs can be walked on-leash plus an off-site trail nearby. Old or young, all dogs using this dog park in Panorama City are expected to be on their best canine behavior.
All sizes of pup need to get on well together as there is no independent compound for toy breeds. Just because a pet parent might not be so quick on their feet doesn't mean a dog can run amok. While bending down can get more difficult in one's later years, it's still no excuse for not scooping the poop. Try long handled scoopers; they come highly recommended for making the poop scooping task easier.