The Cady Street Dog Park is an off-leash dog park in Northville, Michigan. It's the perfect place to go if you're in the area and have a dog which is in need of some outdoor exercise, but planning in advance is essential. For this off-leash facility, a membership pass needs to be purchased from the Northville authorities before a dog can enjoy some time there.
Purchase of the pass to use the Cady Street dog park has an annual fee of $30 for people who are resident in the city which doubles to $60 for non-residents. For more than one dog, owners are required to pay an extra $12 per dog up to the permitted maximum of three. There is an additional $20 deposit for a key fob which is only fifty percent refundable.
Pet owners can also consider purchasing a combination pass which allows access to Northville's other off-leash dog park in the Marv Gans Community Park. Once all those have been acquired, there's only one more step to undertake before a pup can go to the dog park and that's a mandatory lesson on social behavior for canines in a dog park environment.
This Cady Street Dog Park in Northville measures just under an acre in size and is a grassy field incorporating several trees which is basically everything a dog needs to have a good time. There's a good provision of poop bags and plenty of trash cans for used bags, but there are no water spigots, so owners need to take water for their dogs.
Owners need to keep their pets under close vigilance in the off-leash area, and for that reason, the dog park regulations state that owners should desist from using laptops and iPads while there. Phone calls shouldn't exceed two minutes. The dog park is under the control of Northville parks division and is regularly patrolled. Anyone discovered to be not complying with the regulations can have their membership rebuked.