Midland is located in central Michigan, and was once home to one of the first fur-trading posts of the early 1800s. More recently, the city was named the 4th Best Small City to raise a family in 2005. Residents here love their dogs, and the city makes sure to take care of its four legged members through its six veterinarians located in town. With wonderful health care, and plenty of dog-friendly activities, Midland is the place to be for pups!
Dogs from all over Midland come to the Midland Dog Park. This 9 acre park is completely fenced in, and provides a lot of amenities, like separate areas for large and small dogs, doubled gated fences, agility equipment, running water, and clean-up stations.
In the downtown area lies the Central Park of Midland, an 18-acre dog-friendly park open to all leashed dogs. The park includes walking paths, picnic areas, benches, clean-up stations and plenty of open space to play in. Although dogs must remain on leash, owners can bring them inside the tennis courts of the park and close the gates to offer a fenced area for pups.
With plenty of options, Midland residents and pups can enjoy a day outside, playing walking or just spending time with their owner!