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Welcome new and current members!  Here you can find all of the forms for a dog park membership.  The directions and paper work are broken down into resident and non-resident applications.

Residents Without a Dog License

Resident Dog License Form

To apply for a membership, your dog must first be licensed in the State of New York; that form can be found below under the title “Dog License” and must be filled out in its entirety.  If coming into the Town Clerk’s office, please bring in the “Dog License” form filled out in its entirety, the most recent verification of your dog’s rabies vaccination, as well as a verification if your dog is neutered or spayed.  If you cannot come to the office please fax or mail us the “Dog Licensing” form, rabies vaccination verification, and the neutered or spayed verification if applicable, along with a copy of a valid form of identification, like a driver’s license, that shows your current address.  All of our contact information can be found on the “Contact Us” page.  The cost to license a neutered or spayed dog is $13.00 and the cost of licensing an unneutered or unspayed dog is $21.00.

On that same form there is a box to check “YES” or “NO” regarding dog park membership.  Fill out that area and after checking “YES”, an additional $20.00 will be added on to your total fee.  Becoming a member of the dog park allows all dogs registered by the resident to enter the park.  

 

Non-Residents

Non-Resident Dog Park Form

While the park is very happy to admit members from outside of the town, PLEASE NOTE that the Town-Village of Harrison is only accepting a limited number. Please contact  our office to make sure there are remaining passes.

To apply for a membership, your dog must first be licensed in the State of New York.  We are only allowed to issue licenses to Harrison residents as mandated by the State.  Therefore, you must contact the office of your local Town Clerk.  They will likely require the most recent verification of your dog’s rabies vaccination, as well as a verification if your dog is neutered or spayed.  Every municipality is different so be sure to contact that office before you visit.