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Founded in 1620, Plymouth is famously known as the site of the Mayflower and Plymouth Rock, which marks the place pilgrims landed on shore. The Plymouth Animal Shelter offers many services to the community that include animal adoptions, sheltering of homeless animals, rescue, and medical attention to animals under their care and protection. 

The Helping Hands is another non-profit organization that provides volunteer services and fundraising for the shelter. The organization raises funds with raffles and activities like photos with Santa. The mission statement of the shelter is "We strive to match you with a companion that is suitable for you and your family's lifestyle." Finding your fur-ever friend will involve an application process and the facility does not allow same day adoptions. 

Special attention is paid to the dynamics of the prospective placement with attention to the health of the animal as well as the needs of the dog for exercise and medical care. Foster placements are also offered for animals needing rehabilitation or socialization or for prospective owners who need more time to become acquainted. Their website links to Alfred's Lost Pet Site and offers options for donations. Reviews of the shelter describe it as clean and compassionate.

Upcoming Dog Friendly Events in Plymouth

  • Admission FREE!
    Month August
    Duration 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

    #1 Plymouth Waterfront Festival

    A fun day awaits you along the waterfront at the annual Plymouth Waterfront Festival! Leashed dogs with good manners may stroll through the area, enjoying the over 250 vendor and crafter booths where you are likely to find gifts for your pooch, such as doggie blankets or travel gear for the sporting dog! There is also an annual Motor-Heads Cruising Car Show. For a treat, watch or enter the Ducky Dash Race, in which you can float a duck in the Brewster Gardens for a chance to win a $100 gift card. There are two entertainment stages on site. For more family fun, there are areas for kids with games and play structures. Check the website for parking options.
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  • Admission $15.00
    Month May
    Duration 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

    #2 Bark in the Park at Nelson Waterfront Park

    You are invited to bring your Rover to the Bark in the Park for the annual Walk, Run, and Wag fun race and stay for the day for a woof-it-up good time. The event is held at the Nelson Waterfront Park. Following the fun, there are dog-friendly vendors, games, and activities. The event also features a Blessing of the Animals. There is entertainment, such as police dog demonstrations and music.A rabies clinic is available as well. All pets must be leashed, friendly and under the control of the owner. Watch for the wagging tails of the dogs who are proud to participate in the adoption parade!
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  • Admission FREE!
    Month December
    Duration 3-00 pm - 5:00 pm

    #3 Reindog Parade at the Pinehills of Plymouth

    Oh, what fun it is to wag your tail in the Plymouth Reindog Parade! This event is a chance for your holiday hound to strut alongside other precious pooches on the Village Green at the Pinehills of Plymouth. This is a planned community that is environmentally friendly and has a village green with shops. The Reindog Parade is part of the Holidays on the Green activities that occur in early December. The activities include carolers, Santa, specialty foods and shops. Pet vendors sport wares that include treats, doggie "duds" and pet accessories. Stop by the Survivor Tales Animal Rescue (STAR) tent to check out their goods and donation opportunities!
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  • Admission FREE!
    Duration Seasonal Hours

    #4 Brewster Gardens

    Walk in the steps of the founding Brewster family and enjoy the beautiful nature of Plymouth at the Brewster Gardens! The park has been recently reconstructed for improved drainage, walks, and restoration of nature. You can take a 1.5-mile walk along the Town Brook, the same brook that provided drinking water to the pilgrims. The brook starts at the Billington Sea freshwater pond, passes through many ponds, the Plymouth Grist Mill and the Brewster Gardens before emptying into the Plymouth Harbor. The trail is a delight of sights and smells for owner and companion. It is a beautiful park with benches, trails, and lighting. A sniff-tactular day awaits!
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  • Admission FREE!

    #5 Long Beach in Plymouth

    Languish and play by the sea with your dog at Long Beach! Located just south of town, this is one beach that will allow you to bring your pooch. The beach is known for its white sand. You are near Plymouth rock, so true to the area, you will find rocks on which to climb for views of the sea. Hot Day? Hot Dog? Why not take him for a swim? While strolling on the beach, you will need to keep your dog on a leash. Respecting natural habitats, dogs are not allowed past the second parking lot so as not to disturb resting shorebirds.
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