Fire Island Pines

If you’re looking for a dog friendly place to stay outside of New York City, you can’t do much better than Fire Island Pines. It seems like every other house out there has a dog or two in it, and most people you meet walking around appear to really like dogs. You should keep your dog leashed, but I’ve found that you can usually walk your pet off-leash in the early morning hours or later in the evening, especially on the beach itself. My only “run ins” with the law were two or three admonishments to keep Bodhi on a lead. In all instances the warning was delivered with a smile, I attached the leash to Bodhi’s collar, and the police moved along without further ado. You can read about transportation to the Pines in our post on getting around New York City here. Fire Island is home to many ticks! Read our post about ticks here, And here’s a useful link to the Fire Island Pines Property Owners site. There’s lots of valuable info there. And here’s a link to the ferry schedule.

Below you will find some pictures from past visits to the Pines.

Fire Island Pines
Bodhi at the Beach

 

Fire Island Pines
Lori and Sushi Hanging Out in the Harbor

 

Fire Island Pines
Clark and Bodhi Playing Fetch on the Great South Bay

 

Sloan and Patrick's Pit / Boxer Mix Finn Enjoying the Sand
Sloan and Patrick’s Finn Enjoying the Sand

 

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Seamus and Cole Waiting to Catch the Ferry

 

The Crossruff's "Wonder Poodle" Scupper Checking Out the Harbor
The Crossruff’s “Wonder Poodle” Scupper Checking Out the Harbor

 

Fire Island Pines
Bodhi and a Buddy on the Beach

 

Fire Island Pines
Sushi on the Ferry

 

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Bodhi Catches Some Zs on the Back Deck

 

Fire Island Pines
Thom taking Willow and Birch Home in Style

 

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