Harley the dog anticipates his owner Frank taking him to an Abbotsford dog park earlier this month.

VIDEO: Dog enjoys Abbotsford off-leash parks

Harley the dog and his owner explore two of Abbotsford’s leash free parks

A YouTube personality and his dog Harley appear to have given Abbotsford’s dog parks a big thumbs up.

The channel known as ‘The Travelin Frank Show/Van Life’ documents the antics of Frank and his furry friend as they travel and live in a van.

In a video uploaded on Feb. 18, Frank brings Harley to both Clearbrook and Bateman Park, and the dog seems to enjoy both parks.

According to the City of Abbotsford website, there are four dog off-leash areas within the municipal park system. They are located at Gladwin, Bateman, McKay Creek and Clearbrook.

For more information on off-leash areas in Abbotsford, visit abbotsford.ca/leisure/parks/dog_off_leash.htm.

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