Fire hydrants donated to Ruidoso dog park

RUIDOSO, N.M. – After seeing something similar at a different dog park, Donna Johnson decided to make it happen.

Johnson came up with the idea while at the White Mountain Sports Complex and then got in contact with the fire chief and the city to get them installed. The hydrants were donated by the fire department and anchored with concrete.

Johnson says the hydrants are there for dogs to do whatever they wish with them.

She says it seems like something small, but it is proof when you work together you can really get things done.

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