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Ithaca Dog Park

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chris johns
10:23 AM ET (US)
visit for all your pet care needs!
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07:38 AM ET (US)
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05:31 AM ET (US)
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01:13 PM ET (US)
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12:15 AM ET (US)
So what does it take for humans and dogs to have a certified dog park where people won't hassle you for taking your dog off-leash?
10:13 AM ET (US)
wow i thought this post was dead.... Hello anyone out there lol

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07:10 PM ET (US)
Check out the Ithaca Dog Park's Wikipedia Page or Blog.
11:08 AM ET (US)
Hi! This is my first visit to the site, and I wanted to relate my own ticketing experience. One day a couple of months ago, I took my dog to the "dog park" and let her off lead. I noticed that the big brown sign was gone that specified "dogs on leash beyond this point" and thought that the boundaries must have been moved. So my dog, myself, and my granddaughter walked beyond where the sign used to be, with dog still off-lead. As we were returning to the parking lot, I noticed a patrol car parked beyond the trees near the inlet. As we walked past, the car pulled out and drove to the parking lot where the officer ticketed me for having my dog off lead on state property. I tried to explain to him that I was not aware of having the dog off lead in a restricted area as the sign was gone. He explained that signage didn't matter--dogs are never allowed off lead on state property. Unless you are very familiar with that area at the marina, it is difficult to distinguish the city property from the state property. I was told by a city attorney that, due to the inflammable nature of the designated/de facto dog park, the state was taking a very strict stance and was issuing tickets instead of warnings. A word to the wise...
02:15 PM ET (US)
 Hello. I am new to this message board. I am from this area but have never been to a "dog park" I used to go to a really great one in Florida while I lived there. I was reading someone describing a pari in Varna Is it still there? I hadn't heard about this at all... I would like to take my dog somewhere but I am actually a little nervous to go alone as I am a single mom and don't like going out alone in desolate areas even with a big white furry friend IS IT SAFE THERE???


.............have seen great parks in Varna for dogs to run which is only a 10 minute drive. I don't know how much has changed over the years but it is across from the Laundromat just before the train trestle on the left as heading away from Cornell on 366. Watch for speeding traffic while crossing (there was a gravel driveway to get down close to the water but it sometimes gets pretty muddy as far as driving goes).
04:32 PM ET (US)
sorry guys, but it just doesn't work out - i accept how emotional an issue this is, but that doesn't make it right -- this is similar to the "smoker's rights" issue, i.e., you exercise your right to walk your dog off leash, and it inhibits my right to enjoy the beautiful(state-owned) land beyond the small piece of city land -- upon returning to ithaca, i was amazed to find that you have to walk thru an unfenced dog-park in order to enjoy the most beautiful lake park in ithaca -- fenced, it might work, but as it is, there's no way you can convince me that various groups are not afraid to walk thru the dog park, i.e., parents with young kids, some old folks, and anyone who's ever been attacked by a dog

guess what, first day out in the park in may, two dogs run up, one bites my arm -- was this a "love bite", whatever, it was unwelcome

another reason for a fence: i've watched too many folks ignore the rules:dogs running way past the boundary, dogs running in the parking lot

in summation, this is just too good a park to have an unfenced, unleashed dog park at its entrance -- needs to be elsewhere

and yes, i do own a dog, and i do walk him there
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