Hermon Dog Park is an off-leash park adjacent to the historic Arroyo Seco of Northeast Los Angeles. The dog park is supported by the Friends of Hermon Dog Park, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization comprised entirely of volunteers and dependent on donations.
The park has two fenced areas, one for large dogs and one for small, elderly and disabled dogs. Facilities include a double-gated entrance, trees, benches, and water dispensers for the dogs. The surface is decomposed granite, for mud free, easy clean up. Biodegradable doggie waste bags are available in dispensers. Hermon Dog Park is open every day from dawn until dusk.
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March Yappy Hour - Sunday, March 29 from 3-5 pm
RESCHEDULED FROM FEBRUARY'S RAIN CANCELLATION
Two certified members of the A.K.C., Karen Saunders and Ann de-Toth, will be speaking at our February Pet Education Seminar about how to certify your dog as a Therapy Dog, and how your dog can become a better member of the family through training. Specializing in dog obedience, one door prize will be awarded at the conclusion of the seminar: A 10-week Novice Course at Hollywood Dog Obedience Club.
February Yappy Hour - Sunday, February 22nd from 3-5 pm
January Yappy Hour and Annual Meeting
The Friends of Hermon Dog Park Board of Directors held their Annual Meeting January 25, 2015 from 3 - 5 pm inside Hermon Dog Park. The President's Report and Treasurer's report were read to all in attendance. The President's report details all events and accomplishments that happened at Hermon Dog Park in 2014. Park Patrons had a chance to voice their concerns and suggestions for a successful 2015 season. Vendor Pet Taxi and Military Pets Inc., were in the membership booth giving away Canine Probiotic and Joint Recovery Vitamin Powder as a thank-you gift for attending the meeting. Yappy Hour is a chance for all to meet up at the dog park and get social with your pet community.
Sunday, October 26 HOWL-oween - our biggest dog event of the year! We had 15 awesome prizes/gift bags and we added some new categories. And this was the 8th year of the peanut butter lick-off, which always gets the dogs smacking!
The Halloween Costume Contest kicked off at 4 pm. Registration was between 3-3:45 pm. Entry fee was $1 for Members, and $5 for Non-Members per category. The Peanut-Butter Lick-off will began in the large dog side first at 3:45, followed by the small lickers in the small dog park. All participants took home some goody bags from Natural Balance Dog Food. Here is a list of categories:
You can check out pictures on our Facebook page.
Especially in the winter months, people ask why the dog park can't have lights so that dogs can romp when owners get home from work. Aside from the budgetary and logistical issues, we also have an agreement with our neighbors who would be affected by the light and noise. In order to get the park built in the first place, we agreed to honor our neighbors' request for daylight hours only. Those of you who need a place to take your dogs after dusk are encouraged to visit Silver Lake Dog Park which is open until 10pm. Thank you for your understanding.
Friends of Hermon Dog Park President, Kat Spofford, and her talented dog Spencer, are members of Therapy Dogs International. TDI is a volunteer organization dedicated to regulating, testing and registration of therapy dogs and their volunteer handlers for the purpose of visiting nursing homes, hospitals, other institutions and wherever else therapy dogs are needed. Read Kat's story of how Spencer became a therapy dog.
Hermon Dog Park was named number 7 of the top 40 dog parks nationwide for 2010 by Dog Fancy Magazine! For more about America's Best  Dog Parks, read the PR Newswire press release here:
From the 110 (Arroyo Seco Parkway) exit Via Marisol and turn
right. Turn left into the Hermon Park driveway and go to the end of
the parking lot. Walk under the overpass and you've arrived.
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