Thursday, December 20, 2012
Three Rivers Park District Representative: “It is important to note that we have been unable to confirm those reports” referring to recent reports from nearby Crow Hassan Off-Leash Dog Park.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Wendy Erlien
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Three Rivers Park District recently received four reports of food or candy items laced with glass at the Crow Hassan Off-Leash Dog Park in nearby Hanover. “It is important to note that we have been unable to confirm those reports,” Three Rivers Park District Media Relations Specialist Tom Knisely wrote in an email to Patch. “However, we are taking the matter seriously and our public safety officers and park maintenance staff are keeping a watchful eye on the dog off leash area at Crow Hassan. “ There have been no reports of such incidents at other Three Rivers off-leash dog parks, including those at Fish Lake and Elm Creek Regional Parks in Maple Grove. Three Rivers Park District first received a report in September 2012. Park police …
Saturday, May 19, 2012
Tell us your favorite dog park in the area to let your pet play.
When the weather is warm, which area dog park do you bring your pet? Vote for your favorite in the poll below, and remember to click on the links above to rate the park on its Patch Place listing. You can even leave a review and share your thoughts in comments. This week, we have the off-leash dog area at Fish Lake Regional Park and Elm Creek Regional Park as well as the Plymouth Dog Park. If there's another spot that we missed, tell us in the comments section below so we can consider adding it. The poll opens 5:30 a.m. May 19 and remains open through 5 p.m. Sunday, May 27, 2012. Then, we'll announce the Readers' Choice for the best area dog park. Because this poll is not scientific, it is not the sole consideration in choosing a winner. …
Sunday, October 23, 2011
Paws, pets and people make an instant connection in Maple Grove. What’s your dog tale?
As a Maple Grove dog owner and dog lover, I am always interested in how people choose their dog or how the dog chooses the people. I have always had dogs and surprisingly they have come from many places far and near, with and without homes. In the case of my current dogs Barney and Bailey, I found them on the Internet. It was a unique experience and I must say a little scary since I couldn’t look them eye-to-eye, but I knew from first sight they were meant for the Nelson family. Off to Phoenix and back with my two Havanesse dogs, the adventure began. Eight years later, Barney and Bailey are still helping me make connections right in my own backyard, Maple Grove. I’ve found that when meeting other dog owners - it’s just as much about the …