With six months a year of bad weather, Cranberry dogs and their owners need some relief. At least that’s the theory of one local couple whose applications to build a membership-based indoor dog park approved by the Township’s Board of Supervisors on June 6. On October 30, the applicant returned to present a slightly modified version of the initial proposal. Those revisions would slightly reduce the facility’s original single-story 19,425 square foot size and change an exterior split-face block to stucco. Two bump-outs which had been included in the building’s initial plan will also be reconfigured. The facility, on a previously undeveloped 1.2-acre lot at the corner of Alps Avenue and Rochester Road, will include an open off-leash play area with artificial grass and dog toys as well as a lounge for dog owners. After accepting testimony, the Board agreed to give the applicant’s changes final consideration at its November 7 meeting.