Labrador Retrievers Hamilton

Webster Falls Hamilton

Webster Falls Hamilton

Waterfalls for you and your Lab

Just a short drive from Toronto, Kitchener, Cambridge and Guelph are the many nature trails of Hamilton, Halton, Brant. If you have a Labrador Retriever who loves nature, sticks and tracking scents with his/her sniffer then these trails are for you. These routes and trails cover a very large area encompassing cities such as Hamilton, Oakville, Brantford, Burlington, Milton and Paris. 

In the winter months there are over 100km of cross country skiing or snowshowing trails for you to enjoy with your dog. Of course as the snow melts these trails are fun to walk and nature paradises for your Labrador Retriever in Hamilton. Yes, there are equipment rentals in the winter so you don't have to make a large investment that way. 

You and your Retriever on the Bruce Trail

The Bruce Trail that spans from the tip of Ontario in Georgian Bay, goes right through Hamilton's Chedoke Park and ends at the stone cairn in Queenston Heights Park near Niagara Falls is a challenge we like to issue people with Lab Retrievers in Hamilton. If you make it a bucket list item to walk the entire Bruce Trail let us know! Or, even if you are on the trail in Hamilton send us a picture on our Facebook site so we can share it. 

For more information about hiking the trails with your Labrador Retriever  Hamilton visit this link. 

http://conservationhamilton.ca/hiking-trails

Labrador Retriever Hamilton Off Leash Parks

Once your Labrador puppy is old enough he/she can make use of the off leash dog parks in the Hamilton area. At time of writing this there are four off leash dog parks or free running areas; 1)Chegwin Park, 2)Corporal Nathan Cirillo Leash Free Area, 3) Hamilton SPCA lower part of park, 4)Strachan Street Open Space. Sometimes walking your Lab Retriever is not enough exercise as the intensity is too low. A good run and fetch session may be what they need. 

More information about these parks and the rules to follow to ensure the safety of all dogs and others can be found at this link. 

https://www.hamilton.ca/animals-pets/dogs/free-running-area