Public park becomes dog-friendly in Bangkok

Finding a green area to stroll your furry pal in downtown Bangkok is tough because pet canines aren’t allowed in public parks. Sneak peek to a petition ran by dog-lovers and help from Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipunt, Benjakitti Park in Asoke has turn out to be the primary public park to open up its doorways to canines.
Despite a quantity of inner-city condominiums permitting pets, canine house owners are compelled to both stroll their dogs on the street, journey out of town to find a pet-friendly park or fork out money to take their pets to a designated dog park.
One yr in the past, a group of canine enthusiasts started a petition for Bangkok’s Benjakitti Park to welcome canine in a delegated area and create a closed-off space for off-leash fun, reported Coconuts.
On September 1, the recently expanded park opened a free, public canine park reverse the running observe close to Benjakitti’s jap entrance on Ratchadapisek Road.
Karanvir Kukreja from animal welfare organisation Four Paws mentioned he and others who signed the petition are “really stoked” at the wonderful news. He hopes this inspires other locations in Bangkok to go dog-friendly.
In 2017, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) confirmed its agency stance on the pet dog ban in public parks. The BMA said public parks are used by elderly people, children and individuals who don’t like dogs, so canine homeowners must take their pets to specified canine parks as a substitute.
The BMA’s stance has since modified because of new Bangkok governor and canine advocate Chadchart Sittipunt. One of the 260 policies proposed by Chadchart when he took on the place of governor was to make public parks pet-friendly, according to his adviser Pornphrom Vikitsreth.
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