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Dog Park Incidents
Although we do our best to ensure that all of the dogs at the park are well-behaved, there are times when fights, bites, scratches and aggression happens. We have recently created a protocol for these rare incidents. If this happens to you or your dog at the park, please contact our committee and click here to read the policy.
Learn how to prevent conflict between your dog and other dogs at the park. Click here
Meet the Committee
Laurie Connors with Bruno - a much beloved 8-year-old, Short-haired German Pointer. Bruno has comforted, protected and entertained us since becoming a member of our family as an 8-week-old puppy. This high energy dog has a seemingly endless capacity to run, jump, swim, and play. Catch is his favorite pastime. He also loves to socialize with other dogs, but rarely gets the opportunity because he is an “only” dog. We love that the dog park provides an outlet for Bruno to socialize and expel energy, which translates into fewer toys and shoes eaten. I also hope that the dog park will provide an opportunity for me to meet and befriend fellow dog lovers.
Susan Ainsleigh with Lucy.
Mary and Bristol shown with son, Nolan -
We adopted Bristol in 2015 when she was two years old. When we first started coming to the dog park, she would shake and hide from people and other dogs. Now, she eagerly approaches people for a petting and to be told how sweet she is! The Bark Park is the best place for her to get over her shyness of other dogs and she has come a long way. She will now occasionally play with another dog! The Bark Park is one of my favorite places in Millbury. l can come here with my best furry friend and recharge. Best of all, I can meet other like-minded people and their furry friends!