Hello my name is Dustin and I have recently become a dog owner. I am in a wheelchair and can’t get to the one garbage can that they have in the park. Every day I have to place the bag of dog poop in the pouch that is attached to my wheelchair, till I get to the garbage can by the mail boxes. The bag rubs against my leg till I get to that garbage can to throw it away, which is pretty disgusting. I’ve brought it up to the manager and he said that he will get another garbage can and place it next to the side walk where I can reach it.
Yesterday, Ruffy's and Jasper's owners told my old-fuht owner that they had seen our favorite bully (aka: association board president) patrolling Luna Kai Marina Park for leash-rule violators. I didn't see him at the time. Last night at about 8:40, Mr. Fraser walked through the park while D.O.G., Ellie & Godiva and myself were in the park with our owners. He entered the park at the gate by the party room, stayed on the sidewalk and exited via the steps to the boat dock area. He walked back a few minutes later via his normal (and more direct) route.
Has anyone heard about it ?
I heard from my friend somewhere in Kailua, there is a place they do acupuncture to dogs.
If anyone has information, please let me know.
I was one of two association members who attended the March 11, 2010 Annual Meeting of the Luna Kai Marina Park AOAO held in the Esplanade “Social Room.” The other attendees included Hugh Fraser (Board President), Dennis Rose (Director), Jim Anderson (Touchstone Properties), Barbara Kono (Esplanade owner) and the resident manager of Kaimala Marina (I apologize for missing his name).
I presented a couple of photos taken that afternoon out in the park. (pictures after the jump)
Need your comments on petitioning to have a one-hour a day leash-free at the Luna Kai Park. All we need is a blocker at the top of the stairs going to the boat dock and we have a perfectly fenced-in area.
Do you have any of these dog treats in your cupboard? The FDA is warning that they may be contaminated with salmonella bacteria. More details can be found by clicking here.
Click to enlarge image Should owning a great dane make you as much of an eco-outcast as an SUV driver? Yes it should, say Robert and Brenda Vale, two architects who specialise in sustainable living at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. In their new book, Time to Eat the Dog: The real guide to sustainable living, they compare the ecological footprints of a menagerie of popular pets with those of various other lifestyle choices - and the critters do not fare well.