Next BDOG meeting will be:
The Canine Commons will re-open on MONDAY, June 1, with social distancing restrictions. Please cooperate and stay safe!
A LITTLE BIT ABOUT US
Who We Are:
Bedford Dog Owners Group, Inc. (BDOG), a non-profit corporation operating under 501(c)(3) status, is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to improving the recreational opportunities and the lives of dogs and their owners. All of the programs and initiatives of Bedford D.O.G. are supported through your membership fees and private donations.
For many people, dogs are an integral part of their lives. Many dog owners enjoy outdoor activities with their dogs such as hiking and playing ball. They look for opportunities to socialize with other owners and their dogs. Spending recreational time together is greatly enhanced when a dog can run and play off-leash.
To lend support to the Canine Common/Bedford Dog park and to provide ongoing community assistance to maintain the park as a recreational asset; to maintain a positive presence and encourage community involvement and recreation through the development of dog parks; to strengthen community values and compliance with canine laws by promoting dog access policies and responsible dog ownership; to support conservation of open land by containing the areas used for recreation by citizens with their dogs; to educate the community about responsible dog ownership.
Board of Directors
Len Martello, President
Carol Delaney, Vice President
Laurie Nevin, Treasurer
Marc Bergman, Esq. - Legal Affairs
Richard Levine - Financial Affairs
Len Martello- Webmaster
Cristina Farenga - Special Advisor
Visitors to the new site:
GETTING A PERMIT FOR THE CANINE COMMONS
(Bedford Dog Park)
RULES AND ETIQUETTE and MORE INFORMATION
Etiquette for using the park:
Dog Body Language:
PROTECT YOUR DOG FROM COYOTE ATTACKS. Click here to read.
Other Helpful Numbers and Links:
Bedford Police: (914) 241-3111
Bedford Animal Control (914) 666-4855
Under the aegis of the Bedford Police Department, the civilian Dog Control Officer responds to calls regarding lost or misbehaving animals. Any incident at the dog park should be reported by calling both the Police and Dog Control Office numbers above. Remember to get/exchange dog owner information should an incident ever happen at the park. This is for the safety of all dogs and their owners.
Click on name to visit websites below: