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luna K9 Acres Off-Leash Dog Park Grand Opening Ceremony
Officials held a "leash cutting" ceremony for the new K9 Acres off-leash dog area on June 8, 2013, at Squaw Creek Park in Marion. It was attended by the K9COLA Board of Directors, about thirty guests and about that many dogs. Cedar Rapids Mayor Ron Corbett, Parks and Recreation Director Sven Leff, and K9COLA Chair Marie Appel offered remarks. See Video from K9COLA Facebook page.

bennie K9 Acres Grand Opening Celebration
The dog park is 11 acres in size and includes an 8-acre main yard with a walking trail, a training yard, and a yard for small dogs. The park was built through a partnership between the Cedar Rapids Parks and Recreation department K9COLA. See pictures from K9COLA Facebook page.

corgi Unleashes rise as owners seek to socialize their pets in dog parks
Luke, a 1-year-old golden retriever, trotted along the dog park walking trail on a sunny Saturday morning, stopped occasionally for a greeting sniff from a Labrador or corgi that gallop up to him. His owners, Leslie and Mike Buscher, were a few paces behind with their grandchildren and golden retrievers, 5-month-old Daisy and 3-year-old Bo. Read more from the Cedar Rapids Gazetete.

whiye K9 Acres 'Leash-Cutting' this weekend
All dog lovers and residents of the entire area are invited to attend the "leash-cutting" of the new off-leash dog park, K9 Acres, at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 8. Read more at the Marion Times.
white and black New Dog Park Opens in Marion
People weren't the only ones who got to get out and enjoy the warm weather on Saturday. The K-9 acres dog park opened today in squaw creek park in Marion. The park is an 11-acre fenced in facility with three different areas.There is a main off-leash yard, a training yard, and a small dog yard. The first phase of the dog park cost more than one hundred thousand dollars. Benches and shelters are scheduled to be added to the park in the next construction phase

Read More at: http://www.cbs2iowa.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/new-dog-park-opens-marion-17548.shtml
People weren't the only ones who got to get out and enjoy the warm weather on Saturday. The K-9 acres dog park opened today in squaw creek park in Marion. The park is an 11-acre fenced in facility with three different areas.There is a main off-leash yard, a training yard, and a small dog yard. The first phase of the dog park cost more than one hundred thousand dollars. Benches and shelters are scheduled to be added to the park in the next construction phase

Read More at: http://www.cbs2iowa.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/new-dog-park-opens-marion-17548.shtml
People weren't the only ones who got to get out and enjoy the warm weather on Saturday. The K-9 acres dog park opened today in squaw creek park in Marion. The park is an 11-acre fenced in facility with three different areas.There is a main off-leash yard, a training yard, and a small dog yard. The first phase of the dog park cost more than one hundred thousand dollars. Benches and shelters are scheduled to be added to the park in the next construction phase. Read and see more at KGAN-TV.
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A new dog park opened up in Eastern Iowa Saturday morning. Officials held a "leash cutting" for the new K9 Acres off-leash dog area at Squaw Creek Park in Marion. The dog park is 11 acres in size and includes a walking trail and training yard. Read and see more at KWWL-TV.