SEOUL, Sept. 26 (Korea Bizwire) – The Seoul Metropolitan Government shared on Tuesday that a total of 1,826 dogs and 2,500 pet owners enjoyed the public dog pool at Ttukseomhangangang Park in Gwangjin-gu from September 2 to September 24.
The busiest day was September 10 when 526 pet owners and 376 dogs came to visit.
The ‘Public Dog Pool,’ managed by the Seoul Metropolitan Government, unexpectedly became quite popular. It had several features, including a 700-square-meter artificial grass play area with equipment for dogs to frolic, shaded spots for owners to relax, changing rooms for both owners and dogs to use after swimming, showers, self-bathing stations, and dryers for dogs.
They also provided a first aid station and free rental life jackets for dogs who aren’t comfortable in the water.
In total, 244 pets visited more than once, and a whopping 91% of the 922 surveyed customers expressed satisfaction.
Customers were happy with the comfortable facilities, smooth operation, easy accessibility, well-designed parking areas, presence of professional trainers, and convenient amenities, which contributed to their overall satisfaction.
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