5 best parks where to take your dog in Montreal West Island Dog Training
Gaby Popper Dog Training Montreal made a list of the best dog parks in the West Island where to take your dog for a walk. Exercising your dog is just as important as exercise for a person. Health benefits range widely, but include reducing stress, helping hip joints, keeping your dog at a healthy weight and reducing digestive problems, which decreases the likelihood of developing other health problems.
- Beaconsfield dog runAddress: 521 Elm Ave, Beaconsfield, QC H9W 6E4
It is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
The first dog run in Beaconsfield. Located in the Luger Triangle, adjacent to Angell Woods, equivalent to 1.5 football fields includes a section for small dogs (height less than 35 cm) and one for large dogs. Gaby Popper Dog Training recommends this park as a great place where to train your dog in Beaconsfield and practice your dog training homework.
Dogs who wish to run free and satisfy their need for exercise must respect a number of rules issued by the municipality. Among them, dogs need to be healthy and have been vaccinated against rabies. Dogs who frequent the site must wear a valid licence.
2) Terra Cotta Park
Address: 100 Terra-Cotta Ave, Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 5A4.
Pointe-Claire has expanded its dog run at Terra Cotta Park so people can let their pets run free.The run is now 600 square metres longer. The recent construction connects Maywood Avenue to the dog park, so more people can easily access the area. The extension comes just after a judge ruled that the Angell Woods green space is off-limits to dog walkers because it’s private land.
This is a very pleasant park, more like a forest, with six great hiking trails most of which are covered with cedar chips. This is a great location for practicing your dog training skills without been interrupted by other pets.
3) Bertold Park
Address: 0635 rue Lakeshore, Baie-D’Urfé, Quebec, H9X 1R5
Located next to the Baie-D’Urfé yacht club, this is a great location in the West Island for a play with the dogs. Dogs are allowed off-leash from 6-9am and from 5-9pm, although most dogs are off-leash all day. The park is on the St. Lawrence, so it’s perfect for a swim on hot days. The park is not fenced in, but it’s inset far from the road. There are several picnic tables.
4) William Cosgrove Centennial Park
3000 Lake Road, Dollard-des-Ormeaux
The 48-hectare William Cosgrove Centennial Park is home to an off-leash dog park, with a separate enclosure for small dogs. Your pet will go wild for the chance to play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes separate small dog area. Dogs must be vaccinated and licensed.
5) Morgan Arboretum
The Morgan Arboretum is a 245 hectare forested reserve, situated on the McGill University Macdonald Campus in Ste. Anne de Bellevue on the western tip of the island of Montreal. The Arboretum is open daily throughout the year from 9 am to visitors who can walk.
Dog walking is a privilege restricted to Friends of the Arboretum who have previously registered their dogs with the MAA. Certain restrictions concerning leashes etc apply.
Dog owners also have the opportunity to register their dogs (limit: 2 dogs per household. To find out about the dog registration procedure please contact us by email providing your phone number and your dog’s name, breed and age.
Gaby Popper Dog Training recommends you to get the annual dog registration
for $75 per dog. Evaluation $45. Click here to get more information.
Hi Gaby, I believe your 3rd entry is wrong Bertold Park is in Baie d’Urfé, further West and also last time I went it is fenced in. Dörte