Hudson Valley Parent

HVP May 2017

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 19 of 39

20 Hudson Valley Parent n May 2017 Montgomery Park 211 State Rt. 416, Montgomery Free and open to the public from 7 a.m. until dusk, the dog park at Thomas Bull Memorial Park features 1.5 acres of grass and rolling hills with divided areas for both big and small pups. Friendly Paws Park at Doug Phillips Park Route 52 and Phillips Rd, Fishkill. 831-7800 ext. 3312 Large, adequately shaded and fenced in park for our furry friends. The park has a small water source for drinking and, rumor has it, a plastic pool in the summer time. Cornwall Dog Park 15 Muser Dr, Cornwall. 213-8650 A place where big and small dogs are free to run safely off leash. The park is adjacent to a beautiful picnic pavilion and groomed hiking trails. Park for Paws 499 Main St, Catskill. 518-821-6712 Beautiful community park for pets and their owners along the Catskill creek. Park has agility course for the dog and picnic areas for humans. TOP 4 FUN DOG PARKS HVPARENT.COM/DOGPARKS M any, many readers nominat- ed their cat or dog to be in the running for the title of cutest pet. Votes were cast by readers and when they were all counted, a beagle from Newburgh named Roscoe was announced as the winner. Roscoe will turn 6 years old this year. He's lived in Orange County since he was just 8 weeks old. He loves all kinds of treats, in- cluding vegetables and his favorite pastimes are hiking and car rides. "He's the best snuggler ever!" his owner said, noting that Roscoe goes to work with her every day. To see all all of the nominated pets, visit Readers choose Roscoe as the Hudson Valley's cutest pet Roscoe, Newburgh Sponsored by

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Hudson Valley Parent - HVP May 2017