North Adams Planners Approve Dog Museum

Jan 10, 2018

North Adams, Massachusetts planners have approved an art museum devoted to man’s best friend. 

The Museum of Dog hopes to open by the end of February.

Inside, a private collection of 180 dog-inspired artworks will be featured – paintings, sculptures, video installations and local art.

The 8,000 square foot gallery site will be at the former Quinn’s Paint & Wallpaper Co. Museum founder David York bought it in September for $220,000.

An active animal rescuer, York is the owner of Atlanta’s first doggy day-care, and a few similar facilities in Texas.

Some local pet lovers are also calling for a Cat Café, too.