1. The Uber-Jazzed
This dog is beyond thrilled and can’t even believe that this is happening to him right now. Look how jazzed he is to spend time with his owner! So much room for activities!
2. The Uber-Jazzed (Human Version)
This individual is just as excited as their dog. They count the minutes until they can strap on that leash and head to the park. They bring all the essentials - Frisbee, ball, ball launcher…you name it, they brought it.
3. The Showstopper
This is the dog that walks in, and everyone - dogs and owners included - stops to take notice. Every dog wants to play with it, and every owner squeals, “Oooooohhh what breed is she?!”
4. The Regular
This guy is here almost every afternoon. He knows every dog and dog owner in town. And why shouldn’t he? Dog parks are the best possible place for dogs and people to hang out and get to know each other.
5. The Scent Fiend
This dog is absolutely determined to make every single blade of grass smell like he does. Or at least it seems that way.
6. The Best Buddies
These two can’t leave each other alone. They’ll race each other around the perimeter of the park until their paws are numb. Then they’ll go home to their true best friend - owner friend.
7. The 2:00 Rush
On a nice day, everyone wants to be at the dog park. And why wouldn’t you? Dog and owner bonding all around.
8. The Treasure Hunter
There’s always one dog who somehow manages to find tennis balls and bones that were thought to be long gone. If it was once a dog toy, he’ll find it. It could be from the ’80s, he doesn’t care. Gifties for his owner!
9. The Gossip
Taking a break from play, this guy will stop for a drink and hang around to gossip, watercooler-style. Did you see Riley’s collar? What was she thinking??
10. The Hoarder
Give this gal a toy and she’ll protect it as if it were her own pup. There, there, squishy ball. You’re safe with me.
11. The Mud Zone
Around midday, things can get a little muddy around the water station. But, no matter. The pups are having fun and staying hydrated. Win win.
12. The Overambitious
When the little guy is running with the big dogs, he can get a little big for his britches. It’s easy to forget you’re a little wiener dog when you’re running around with big ol’ Beethovens.