Wolfe and her crew will start later this month, and she hopes to be finished by mid-August. The idea came about 18 months ago after Wolfe’s mom, Donna, attended a township meeting where they talked about a dog park.
Wolfe, a Fairfield resident, said she’s waited for he official approval for about a year.
Wolfe doesn’t exactly know why she’s drawn to animals and wanted to become a veterinarian, but she’s wanted to go to Ohio State since she was a freshman.
After Wolfe graduates from the animal science program, she plans to apply for the school’s veterinarian school, a four-year program.
“They have the best vet medical program around this area,” she said.
Wolfe said she wanted to be able to do more with the park, but with a limited amount of time and resources the park will be pretty basic. However, she said it will provide an opportunity for other Girl Scouts to earn Gold Awards. Other amenities could include adding an agility course, landscaping or dividing the park to segregate small and large dogs.
“It’s going to be a part of the project for people to enjoy, and hopefully they will,” she said.
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