Jodi Loves Huntington Bowl

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Four-footed Jodi, who just moved from Banner to Sheridan, in the past utilized the Lions Dog Park, adjacent to the 500 block of N. Sheridan Avenue, until seeing a sign at that location informing dog owners of the new Huntington Bowl area. Jodi now prefers the 1.5 acre off-leash and unfenced area - where Jodi and Jodi's mistress were seen on Thursday morning. One easy way to get to the new park from Thurmond Street is to turn west on Montana Street, follow Montana until it dead ends and then turn left into the parking area. One key point to remember when utilizing this area is that it is unfenced thus requiring dog owners to be able to control their pets off leash. Scroll down to see more of Huntington Bowl.

Four-footed Jodi, who just moved from Banner to Sheridan, in the past utilized the Lions Dog Park, adjacent to the 500 block of N. Sheridan Avenue, until seeing a sign at that location informing dog owners of the new Huntington Bowl area. Jodi now prefers the 1.5 acre off-leash and unfenced area - where Jodi and Jodi's mistress were seen on Thursday morning.
The 1.5 acre Huntington Bowl area, as viewed from the parking lot, extends from the sign on the left over to the sign on the far right and out to the five signs seen in the distant