Your local dog park is a great place for your pups to run free and socialize with their furry friends. However, as a dog owner, it’s important that you’re aware of what to look out for and how to properly care for your pets while you’re there.

We’ve compiled the following helpful dog park tips that every dog owner will find useful:

dog parkAlso, keep in mind that accidents in which your dog gets hurt can happen, even if you follow all the tips and watch your pet closely. Having proper pet insurance is invaluable, as it can help reduce the costs of any problems or injuries your dog may face.

Hudson’s Bay Financial Services is proud to partner with Petline Insurance, Canada’s largest pet insurance company. Petline Insurance reimburses owners for up to 80% of the cost of care and veterinary services if your pet falls ill or is injured. They’ve made it easier to meet your needs and fit your budget with three levels of care and rates starting as low as $16.83 a month for dogs.1

Plus, when you purchase pet insurance, you’ll earn Hudson’s Bay Rewards points2 along with peace of mind.

Stay safe at the dog park and have fun!

Click here to learn more about Petline Insurance.

1 Rates and product details are effective as of July 1, 2016, and are subject to change without notice. All plans are subject to the terms and conditions of your Policy and Documents of Insurance. Premiums vary by breed and where you live. Pet insurance for Hudson’s Bay customers is arranged for by Hudson Bay Financial Services and underwritten by Petline Insurance.

2 Earn 2,000 Rewards points when you purchase a Basic Care plan; 3,000 Rewards points for an Enhanced Care plan; and 4,000 Rewards points for an Enhanced Care Plus plan. Rewards points will be issued in equal increments after every six months when you use a valid Canadian-issued credit card to pay for your premiums and will not be pro-rated. Offer valid in Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Quebec, and the Yukon.