LI-DOG Nov. 2016 Meeting
We Paws to Give Thanks!
Thurs., Nov. 17th, 7 – 9 PM
Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library 999 Old Country Rd., Plainview, NY (Google Map)
Join us for the LI-DOG November 2016 Meeting as we recap our 2016 successes and make our plans for the upcoming year in an effort to make Long Island more Dog Friendly.
One of the most endearing sights of winter is seeing a dog frolicking in the snow. As the cold months near, we face the annual search for that perfect spot, but as we Long Islanders know all too well that search can often be elusive. If you’re sick and tired of being turned away and seeing those ever-present “NO DOGS ALLOWED”! signs, then you need to join us at our next meeting to hear about how you can help to change that.
At LI-DOG, our mission is to continue to expand dog owner access to public parkland. In addition to helping to create dog parks, LI-DOG also strives for more ON-LEASH access to public trails and parks as well as off-leash access to Long Island’s many miles of public beaches.
Find out the latest about our newest campaigns to get small dog areas created at Nickerson Beach and Christopher Morley dog parks, our effort to get on-leash access to Hempstead parks and our ongoing goal to get access to beaches in Nassau County and elsewhere on Long Island.
In addition, we’ll discuss our final Pack Walk of the season at Sands Point Preserve this coming weekend on Sunday, November 20.
Please come and join us on November 17th to join the effort, see what interests you and find out how you can help to make it all happen!