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Dog park opens in Ortigas

Four-legged pets and their paw-rents have a new place to hang out and get some exercise in Ortigas Center. 

Dog park opens in Ortigas
Dogs and pet-parents can hang out and get some exercise trying out the obstacle course in the newly opened dog park at The Podium in Ortigas. 
SM’s The Podium recently hosted pet-parents and their fur-babies at the opening of Paw Park, located at the mall’s roof deck garden on the sixth level. Leading the opening ceremony were Mandaluyong City Councilor Charisse Abalos-Vargas together with SM assistant vice president of operations Christian Mathay, Barangay Wack-Wack Greenhills Chairman Margarita Tan-Climaco, and Father Bong Lo.

Dog park opens in Ortigas
Abalos-Vargas (third from left) leads the opening ceremony of Paw Park, together with (from left) Father Bong Lo, Barangay Wack-Wack Greenhills Chairman Margarita Tan-Climaco, and SM assistant vice president of operations Christian Mathay.
The dog agility park features training equipment such as the Hoop Jump, Tube Tunnel, A-Frame Ramp, Adjustable Dog Hurdle, Weave Poles, and Pause Table. It has a maximum capacity of 15 dogs and 15 people at a time to maintain physical distancing.

Dog park opens in Ortigas
Mandaluyong City Councilor Charisse Abalos-Vargas assists her pet dog Odette on the A-Frame Agility Ramp. 
It is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Pet owners are required to present their dog’s latest vaccination records upon registration. Interested guests may register at bit.ly/PetPassRegistration and claim the physical Pet Passes at the mall’s administration office.

Topics: Ortigas Center , SM’s The Podium , pets , park
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