Our May meeting will be held on Thursday May 18th at 7 PM at St. John Lutheran Church, 901 Breckenridge Lane in the 2 in front of the church. Enter through the front middle door. Please come with your questions, concerns or suggestions. We welcome your input.
Some of our dog parks are under served by numbers of volunteers. Please help us improve your home park. If you are interested in volunteering or just have questions, please email us at email@example.com or call Ron at 502-876-9416 or attend a meeting. We need you!
You must have a 2017 Fob to enter the Dog Parks and the tags are almost gone for the year, less then 200 left.
This is the quickest the memberships have sold out but we are limited by our insurance and need to protect our parks from over use. We are attempting to open a park off Cooper Chapel Road but even if we are able to acquire the land it will be a year or to before it is ready for use. More information at the meeting.
Thanks to the continued generosity of Feeder's Supply, permits are available at 9 locations for your convenience. Please make sure to bring the required documents with you to the store and you will receive your permit tag(s) and key fob immediately upon purchase. Remember, Feeder's Supply sells the permits as a community service and 100% of the fees are sent to the Louisville Dog Run Association.
For the first time in 13 years, we find it necessary to slightly increase the permit prices by $5. This will allow the LDRA, a non-profit organization, to maintain and improve our existing dog parks as well as open new ones in the future to serve our ever-growing membership.
Helping Hands donations for our dog parks
Send a beautiful floral design or other unique gift with Nanz & Kraft Florist and take advantage of their Helping Hands program. Order online and Nanz & Kraft will make a donation to the Louisville Dog Run Association. Simply select the "Helping Hands" pull down menu on the order form and choose the LDRA to receive the contribution. It's a great way to support your favorite dog parks, not just for holidays, but all year around.