Summer Kingery, of the Humane Society of Lancaster County, helps Karma, a rescued dog, get a sip of water during the grand opening of the dog park in Sun City Carolina Lakes. The dog park was created for the more than 400 pet owners who live in the age-restricted community. It has separate areas for small and large dogs and room for the pets to run and play.
Summer Kingery, of the Humane Society of Lancaster County, helps Karma, a rescued dog, get a sip of water during the grand opening of the dog park in Sun City Carolina Lakes. The dog park was created for the more than 400 pet owners who live in the age-restricted community. It has separate areas for small and large dogs and room for the pets to run and play.
Summer Kingery, of the Humane Society of Lancaster County, helps Karma, a rescued dog, get a sip of water during the grand opening of the dog park in Sun City Carolina Lakes. The dog park was created for the more than 400 pet owners who live in the age-restricted community. It has separate areas for small and large dogs and room for the pets to run and play.

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