Big congratulations to Shellharbour Council, in New Sales Wales, who have recently installed dog agility equipment. This is at the off leash park at Oak Flats Park. Here, you can also relax with a drink or meal at the Oak Flats Bowling & Recreation Club. And try an afternoon of some bare foot bowling. Although a great place to relax and enjoy the area, many residents have used this area to exercise their pets. Just like Shellharbour Council, councils all around Australia are installing Replas’ recycled plastic Dog Agility Tracks. As well-trained, exercised and stimulated dogs are less likely to be a nuisance to the community by wandering or barking. The track consists of your choice of obstacles including hurdles, jump through, weave poles, ramps and even dog-grooming tables, all constructed from super-strong recycled plastic.

Shellharbour Council Seeing Residents Using The Equipment

As is the case with all our recycled plastic products, the obstacles are virtually maintenance free. Also, they will not split, splinter or crack; they never need painting and will be around for dogs and their owners to enjoy for many years. Too, which is great news for local residents a part of this council. Mrs. Ceri Arnold and her kids, Reece and Jack, are local residents. They explained “ the equipment is a great addition to the park and its fantastic that Shellharbour Council is using products manufactured from waste plastic.” Mrs. Arnold uses the park on a daily basis. Also, Ceri said that she saw the ‘War On Waste’ Documentary, and now has some recycled plastic products in her area. Because of this, many councils are installing dog agility equipment due to a need for owners to exercise their pets and themselves.

To get more info on Shellharbour Council and Oak Flats Park, visit their website here!

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