Pointe-Claire expands Terra Cotta Park dog run

Pointe-Claire expands Terra Cotta Park dog run
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.

Pointe-Claire resident Peter Elder said he used to bring his dog, Archie, to Angell Woods on a regular basis, but will now go to Terra Cotta Park in the wake of the judge’s ruling.

The Terra Cotta dog run is now much longer after Pointe-Claire expanded it.

In a typical day, the dog park can welcome as many as 30 dogs and their owners, making it a popular meeting spot in Pointe-Claire.
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