LI-DOG Sept. Meeting: Gearing Up to Make LI More Dog- Friendly
Thurs., Sept. 22nd, 7 – 9 PM
Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library
999 Old Country Rd., Plainview (Google Map)
Summer may have come to an end but with that LI-DOG is shifting into high gear as we move into the cooler months that scream (or should we say “bark”) for more outdoor activity with our furry best friends. We have many campaigns well under way and some new ones, too, in addition to events and activities on the Fall agenda for Long Island dog owners and their fur kids.
If you’re tired of seeing those annoying “NO DOGS ALLOWED” signs, then please join us at our Sept. 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.
Join us as we discuss the grand opening of the new Newbridge Road Dog Park, our efforts to get small dog runs created at Nickerson Beach and Christopher Morley Dog Parks as well as the latest on Nassau County’s on-leash dog walking trails plus access to more parks in Huntington. In addition, we’ll outline plans for our final three, very popular Pack Walks of the season plus upcoming October events including an LI-DOG brunch (with dogs) at The Refuge in Melville along with Barkfest and Dog Days at Old Westbury Gardens! (That’s Bailey in the photo above at last fall’s Dog Days at Old Westbury Gardens, which is coming up again soon!)
Please join us September 22nd and find out what interests you and how you can help to make it happen!