LI-DOG Resources and Links
Want to start a dog park? Get an on-leash dog walking trail created? How about spreading the word on dog park do’s and don’ts? LI-DOG can help! To get going, download any of these flyers, petitions, guides and other documents.
Want a Dog Park, Off-Leash Beach or On-Leash Dog Walking Trail? (one-page flyer)
Born to Run but Nowhere to Play (half-page handout)
Dog Park Do’s and Don’ts
Dog Park Etiquette (one page flyer)
Dog Park Etiquette and Selden Dog Park Rules (half-page flyer, two-sided)
Dog Park Etiquette NYCDOG and LI-DOG Flyer(3-page flyer)
Top 5 Winter Excuses for Not Picking Up and Why It’s Wrong! (half-page flyer)
Samples of Petitions:
Documents/Links Supporting Dog Parks and On-Leash Access to Parks
Links to Dog Parks Around the U.S.
Dog Related Activities
Skyhoundz.com A great site to get Frisbees for dogs, and to learn about the sport of Canine Frisbee.
USDAA Website The official website for the United States Dog Agility Association.
NADAC Website The official website for the North American Dog Agility Council.
Agility Resources For Your Pooch A great resource with many links to topics such as: how to get started with agility training; how to build equipment; how to lay out an agility course; etc.
Canine Camp Getaway Does swimming, hiking, and Happy Hours with your dog sound like fun? Would you like a vacation in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains surrounded by dogs and dog lovers? If so, check out Canine Camp Getaway of NY!
Paw House Inn Dog friendly lodging in Killington Vermont. The Paw House Inn caters to dog owners and their dogs.
Dagget Lake Campsites Nestled in the Adirondacks on 400 acres of mountains, fields, streams, and a beautiful private lake. Dagget Lake Campsites also has mountain cabins, and a swimming beach just for dogs.
Dog Mountain At Dog Mountain you can view and buy Stephen Huneck’s art work in the gallery, visit Dog Chapel where dog owners can honor dogs that have passed on, and hike with your dog(s) on 150 acres of scenic trails.
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