After a week of rain, the clouds finally began to disperse on Friday afternoon where slowly but surely the dogs began to come out of hiding. When we arrived at the dog park around 5:15 there was only one dog in the small dog park and just 4 or 5 in the large one. We spent a few minutes in the large one trying to use the few remaining rays of light for pictures, but to no avail. We then played with Kiwi, the really cute Corgy, in the small dog park. She would pose for the camera and would chase tennis balls all day long. Let’s welcome Kiwi to the blog and hope we see more of her.
We returned to the large dog park where it was getting late but Scrap and Rags had some good play time with Patches and his brother MiloLong the brown Dachshund. Though I didn’t get pictures of Phoebe he was there with his newly adopted brother brother Shylo, so let’s also welcome Shylo to the family. As Scraps is competing in agility trials all weekend long at Lewis Morris Park we probably won’t see any of the dog park dogs during the weekend but enjoy the sun for it is likely to be brisk nice outside.
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Where is this Central Dog Park located? I heard it’s in Greystone area at Central Park and went there but couldn’t find it. Would you please list the address (street, city) ? Thank you.
The dog park is located between Collins, Evans, Old Dover Roads and Central Ave. Right by Greystone. Hope to see you there, it is a great dog park.