Japanese Amusement Park Will Allow Visitors Bring Their Dogs to the Park This Summer
Fuji-Q Highland, an amusement park in Yamanashi Prefecture is looking to be a bit more heartwarming this summer by allowing visitors to bring their pet dogs into the park.
During the Fuji-Q Wanland (wan being the sound of a dog barking in Japanese) promotion, pet owners can stroll with their dogs through outdoor areas of the park provided the animals remain on a leash.
Of course, what’s the point of going to an amusement park if you’re not going to ride any of the rides?
While dogs won't be allowed on the roller coasters, they will be able to join their owners on select compartments and vehicles of the park's Ferris wheel, paddle boats, merry-go-round, and spinning tea cup attractions.
For the added comfort of dogs, there will also be a pet-friendly pool and a cool-off station to keep canines feeling cool and refreshed in the heat of summer
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