A trip to Pt Isabel was another adventure we had over the weekend that I totally forgot to tell you about. We met Lily, Harry and their people there and had a whole bunch of fun. Now, if you don't live near San Francisco, I'm sorry if what I'm about to tell you makes you jealous. Because on top of being a whole bunch of fun, Pt Isabel has two things I've never seen at a dog park: food and bathtubs.
Let's start with the food (of course). A sign says the food is open 8AM-5PM, but when I tried to order from the food window, no one came. At first I thought I was too short for the food-window people to see me, so I got Dutch involved. He was plenty tall to see, but the food people never came to take our order.
I wasn't so happy about this. I mean, why open a food window if you're not going to share your food? That's not cool at all. Of course I whined about this to my human and she explained that the food window is for people, not dogs. And sure enough, when she visited the window, a nice lady was there to feed her.
Tip#1: when visiting Pt Isabel, make your human visit the food window for you.
After you've played and are done eating, you can also take a bath at Pt Isabel. I know this might not sound very exciting if you don't like baths. I met a Lab named Ruby in the baths and she didn't seem into the whole bath thing. But when I asked her why, she said it's not the bath part that's bad - it's that a bath means the fun is over and it's time to go home.
But I like baths. Mostly because I like to play in the mud and no human wants to pet a muddy pug - but everyone wants to pet a clean pug. If baths = more attention, I'll totally take one. I even tried to get one at Pt Isabel. But my human said I wasn't dirty enough.
Tip#2: If you go to Pt Isabel, make sure you get dirty enough to take a bath.
I'm sure Pt Isabel isn't the only place on earth that has food and baths. Do you have a supercool dog place where you live??