I love you, my Goose

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The Patrick Brannon Memorial Dog Park
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The story of this boy's battle with cancer gave rise to the building of this memorial dog park

The Patrick Brannon Memorial Dog Park

(Opened in 2007 to honor Patrick Brannon for his inspirational battle with childhood cancer and his love for animals)

The award-winning newspaper article that is included in this book also gave birth to the naming of a popular dog park in Paris, Kentucky in recognition of Patrick's love for his animals and his inspirational battle with children's cancer.

The Patrick Brannon Dog Park opened in June 2007 and has become a favorite attraction

Visit the Patrick Brannon Memorial Dog Park at this link:

Dogs Gone Wild!

The Patrick Brannon Memorial Dog Park

(excerpt taken from I love you my Goose)

The Patrick Brannon Memorial Dog Park has become one of Paris, Kentucky’s most popular landmarks.

For the proud father of Patrick Brannon, it is truly a wonder of the modern world.

Almost every afternoon in this historic central Kentucky town, scores of anxious and excited dogs pull their ‘masters’ behind them by a leash, happily making their way through two gates that lead into a tree lined, three and a half acre park, overlooking a small creek.

Once safely inside the confines of this fenced canine paradise, it is ‘dogs gone wild!’ Dogs of every size and breed begin sniffing their new-found friends, digging in the dirt and gleefully playing roll and chase, showing off for their masters and their canine friends.

Most of the dog owners who visit the park know very well the story of Patrick Brannon. It seems that the dogs know the park is special. There is almost a regular ‘procession of the beasts’ every afternoon as scores of dogs make their way through the gates before looking to both sides of the park, as if to search for friends. Once inside the second gate, they will sometimes stop briefly, seeming to pay homage to the thirteen year old little boy who loved his animals and in whose memory the dog park was named.

To make a donation to the Patrick Brannon Memorial Dog Park please send to:  Patrick Brannon Fund, P.O. Box 157, Kentucky Bank, Paris, Kentucky 40361.
[All donations are tax-deductible]

Jimmy Brannon* P.O. Box 735,* Paris, KY 40361 * Phone: (859) 987-5266 Fax: (859) 987-3729

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