Wellesley, Massachusetts is such a happy place that the original settlers wanted to name it Contentment. The beauty of the area is so natural and peaceful that you can easily see why they choose the name. The town's love for its children and animals is evident in its top-notch education system -- which has been rated one of the best in Massachusetts -- and its immaculate green spaces. Katharine Lee Bates, author of "America the Beautiful" and a professor at Wellesley College, was born and bred in Wellesley.
Come take a walk around Warren Park. It is a quaint and quiet little park, but it does have a nice walking trail. There are tire swings, rope swings, and lots of trees where you can sit and read a book. It is such a quiet and peaceful place that you and Fido will want to visit often!
Bring your dog with you to enjoy a meal at Coconut Thai Cafe. The authentic Thai food is just spicy enough to clear your head and let you enjoy your night out. The Tom Yum Soup is a local favorite and the one dish you simply must try.
No matter what you want to do with your dog in Wellesley, you and your furry friend are guaranteed to have a furrific time in this quaint town!
If all that playing at Perrin Park made you and your hound hungry, head on over to Pizza Peddler and Deli and grab a chicken alfredo pizza. This mouthwatering pie is a local favorite. This Fido-friendly eatery only has two tables where your dog can sit, so come early or call ahead. There is always a crowd, so you always have multiple opportunities to meet pet parents. You will want to bring your dog a water dish. If you don't want pizza, they do have subs, sandwiches, and heroes as well. The menu selection is huge, so you will leave with a full belly.
Hi! My name is Pia, and I'm so excited to meet your pup! I'm currently a rising sophomore at the Boston Conservatory studying violin performance. For the past three years, I've volunteered at the MSPCA working with all animals but spent a majority of my time working with dogs, helping out with behavioral training, socializing, bathing, feeding and walks.