Buffalo's First Off-Leash Dog Park

Buffalo's First Off-Leash Dog Park

There are 46 comments on the WGRZ Buffalo story from Sep 3, 2007, titled Buffalo's First Off-Leash Dog Park. In it, WGRZ Buffalo reports that:

The dog days of summer are upon us, and what better time to open up Buffalo's first dog park, right on the waterfront.

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Suburban Dog Owner

East Hampton, CT

#41 Sep 17, 2010
By the way - Central park in New York City accomodates off leash visits:
Dogs and their owners can enjoy much of the Park off-leash before 9am and after 9pm.
If they can do it why can't we?
CGenco

Buffalo, NY

#42 Jan 9, 2011
Hey, Truckin'--- Cleaning up after your dog is a major part of being a RESPONSIBLE DOG OWNER!!!! If you can't show that courtesy to the other dogs and owners in public, then stay home! Do you pick up your own yard or just let it become caked with feces? Very healthy place for a dog! I certainly don't like to step in a mess and don't like to clean it off my dog before she gets in the car. Wouldn't you be ticked if someone let their dog eliminate in your front yard and not clean it up? And don't even get me started on the health risks associated with dog feces everywhere in a public/ dog park for human and dog alike. Man up and do the right thing!!!
Lin

Lancaster, NY

#43 Jul 29, 2011
I am shocked how naive WNY is about dog parks.

When you live out west Las Vegas) there are many,many parks. Usually they are a big area separated in 2 parts, one for small dogs and one for large dogs which love to run.

Everyone is very accountable and people always clean up after their pets and bags are also provided there.

It is a great way to socialize and we would always asked a new owner and their pet if they "were friendly" and then greet and interact with them accordingly".
Luke

United States

#44 Jan 15, 2013
Susan wrote:
What if there were an large indoor/outdoor facility that you could have an inexpensive monthly membership to for your dog? Where you can take them and play, run and be free. Or drop them off to let them have fun? If all dogs were screened for vaccinations and temperment...would you guys be interested? I'm thinkin of doing it!!
I would b very interested-great idea but don't know if would b economically feasible .
Carey

Lockport, NY

#45 Mar 11, 2014
The Paw Park at 500 Smith Rd in Amherst has separate areas for large dogs and small/old dogs so you aren't limited to certain hours if you have a small dog.
Love my Pit

Buffalo, NY

#46 Mar 12, 2014
my Pit loves small dogs

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