The park is currently: OPEN 

Playing at the Dog Park

Lisa Bert of Fingers and Paws Dog Training., along with Animal Control Officer Erik Merrill, donated their time for two days for the “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” seminars that were held at the Chelmsford Police Station in March. The goal of the seminars was to show folks how to decide whether their dog is comfortable at the Dog Park. She presented hints on dog body language and how dogs think when they meet a new dog. Lisa also stressed the importance of not being distracted by things like your cell phone and other people while at the park.

Sponsorship Opportunities (April 2016 Updates)

Many thanks to the Westford Veterinary Emergency & Referral Center, LLC who has agreed to sponsor the pavilion. We still have a whole list of opportunities for people and businesses to donate/sponsor at the Dog Park!

Recognizing Aggressive Behavior at the Dog Park

Baroo! Hello Fans! Please take a few moments to view this educational video about dealing with bully’s in the dog...

Top Ten Reasons Buying Socks for Your Dog May Not Be A Wise Investment

10: Now you have up to 3 socks that can get eaten by the washer and ruin the set. 9: Other dogs look at you funny. ...

SNOW DAY!

Yesterday Mummy had a snow day and got to stay home with me and my little brother! I had fun...

Loose Dogs and Dog Fights Webinar (Jan 30)

Do you ever find yourself on a walk where loose dogs approach you, maybe even bark or charge at you? Perhaps you have neighbors that don’t keep their dogs in the home. Perhaps you don't have strict leash laws in your neighborhood. Perhaps people just don’t understand that they should have control of their dogs. Perhaps others just think their dogs want to say, “hi” to you (even if you don’t)!

I’M A BIG BROTHER

BIG NEWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m a big brother! Mummy and Daddy got me a little doggie brother. Baroo! His name is Benny. We...

Rabies and Microchip Clinic

Rabies and Microchip Clinic At the Chelmsford Dog Pound (Olde North Road, Next to the Chelmsford Police Station) December 12,...

Holiday Safety Tips

We're into the holidays now, and, like any other family member, your pets want to be involved in the parties! As you plan your holiday gatherings and feasts, keep your pet's health in mind. A report indicates that pet emergency services received over 8,000 calls regarding pets who ate dangerous items or were injured during the holidays last year.

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