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Mason City, IA - Folks in North Iowa are pushing for a place for their pets.
Just north of Mason City, five acres of land has been set aside to become a dog park.
But, if organizers can get enough support this month, there's a chance they could get thousands of dollars for their project.
It's through a national contest called "Bark for your Park".
Dog Park Advocate, Laura Grommesh, says the funds are much needed.
"If we get in the top 15 we will be entered into a contest to win 100,000 dollars and that 100,000 dollars would give us our absolute dream dog park," said Grommesh.
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