Digging Has Become a Serious Problem!
Dogs must be discouraged from digging. The shovel and dirt were provided by the town for you to use to fill in holes your dog may dig. Please be responsible and fill in any holes your dog digs! The concrete support base of one bench has already been cracked and has been removed for safety issues. It was caused by dogs digging and will not be replaced.
Paving Project Continues
The pathways have now been paved. They will be plowed in the winter providing easier access and help prevent slips and falls on the ice and snow. Those with disabilities will now be able to visit with family and friends and their canine companions. Many thanks to Bill Heidepriem, Parks and Rec Dept, and the highway crew!
Baseball Caps - In Time for Summer!
Why not make a $20.00 donation to the Bedford Dog Owner's Group and receive an all cotton "Made in America" baseball cap with the BDOG logo.
Funds go to enhance the dog park.
Contact any BDOG board member or email us at:
Visit the Canine Commons at
The Canine Commons dog park, located at Beaver Dam Park is open to Bedford residents with a yearly permit. The required permit can be obtained at the Bedford Town Clerk’s Office, 321 Bedford Road, Bedford Hills 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Monday through Friday, or by appointment for Bedford residents if those hours don't work for you (call 666-4534).
Proof of current vaccinations must be provided.
Non-residents must provide proof of a valid dog license from your municipality, as well.
Please Note: The Town makes 50 permits available to non-residents. After the limit is reached the Town Clerk’s office will keep an active list of names of individuals who would like to be considered for non-resident permit opportunities in the future. A non resident waiting list form will be available at the Town Clerk’s Office for individuals to complete and submit for future consideration.
Questions regarding Canine Commons Dog Park permits should be directed to the Town Clerk’s Office at 666-4534.
For more info visit the Town of Bedford website
Can we go to the Canine Commons now, please?
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 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 together with other owners and their dogs. Spending recreational time together, however, is greatly hindered when a dog must be kept on leash.
To lend support in the creation of a dog park in Bedford and to provide ongoing community assistance to maintain it as a recreational asset for the citizens of Bedford. To maintain a positive presence in the community, encourage community involvement, and recreation through the development of dog parks. Strengthen community values and compliance with canine laws by promoting dog access policies and responsible dog ownership. Support conservation of open land by containing the areas used for recreation by citizens with their dogs. Educate the community about responsible dog ownership.
Join Us - Attend a BDOG Meeting...
We meet at the Bedford Hills Community House in the Lounge Room at 7:00 PM. The BHCH is at the corner of Main and Church Streets in Bedford Hills.
Wednesday - August 6, 2014
If You See Something, Say Something!
Dog Park users are encouraged to contact the Bedford Police if others do not follow the posted dog park rules. You can reach them at (914) 241-3111.
Did You Know...
...that all dogs must be leashed when taken to and from your vehicle;
...that food can cause fights among the dogs and so should not be brought to
the dog park;
...that dog parks provide crucial socialization and recreation experiences for your canine.
Aren't we fortunate to have a place in Bedford where dogs can safely run free? Tell your dog-owning friends all about the park!
Dog Park Passes Missing
Two dog park passes have gone missing from their owner's cars. Also, be aware that the passes may blow free from their sleeve under the right wind conditions. Use a piece of tape to seal your pass in its plastic sleeve.
BE SURE TO ROLL UP WINDOWS AND LOCK YOUR CAR AT THE DOG PARK.
Dog Park Rules are posted at the entrance of each enclosure. You can also view them on this website by scrolling to the bottom of any page. Click on "Dog Park Rules."
Please respect the rules so that everyone may enjoy this wonderful facility. Thank you!
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