Watch: New Problem For Downtown Denver, Dog Pee


via Fox 31

"We have tripled our downtown population since 2000 and with that comes opportunity -- so we attract a King Soopers,  a Whole Foods, and we attract lots and lots of dogs," Randy Thelen, VP of Economic Development with the Downtown Denver Partnership said.

Thelen said some city groups and developers are in the process of creating Tree Protection Plans but more must be done to ensure man's best friend has adequate green space.

"If you look around downtown we've got this great urban environment but a lot of it is concrete and not necessarily green grass so we need to figure out where we need to create pockets of parks where these dogs can play," Thelen added.

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