The grand opening of a new dog park in Brownstown-Township on April 28 gave Trenton residents a another option for Fido to get some excersice and make new friends.
The park features a paved path with a number of large rock installations and benches, and lots of grass for Fido to play.
There are also sanitation bags available for easy clean up.
Brownstown resident Ashley Ames said her beagles Todd and Hope love to play with other dogs at the park.
"They're really fascinated by the rocks," Ames said. "They like to go around them and sniff around."
Trenton residents who normally walk their dogs at and are ready for a change of scenery can purchase an annual dog park pass for $35 from the Brownstown-Township Water Department.
All dogs must be up-to-date on rabies, bordetella and distemper vacinations. Owners must show proof of vacinations and valid Trenton dog license.
The park is open from dusk to dawn and is located adjacent to the Animal Shelter in Brownstown-Township, 23700 Lillian Street, near city hall.