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Nicole
Nicole
Reviewed by Melissa A. on 10/05/2017

"Haha that sounds exactly like him! He has to pee at every corner at least once "

1.01 mi
31m
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Pee
Nicole
Nicole
Reviewed by Elizabeth K. on 10/03/2017

"Nicole took great care of my dog Keoke over the three days my family and I were out of town. She reported thoroughly on their three per day half hour walks. I never worried whether Keoke was being well cared for."

1.37 mi
37m
Poo
Pee
Alexis
Alexis
Reviewed by Brian J. on 09/29/2017

"First time user of wag and Alexis said Milo was no problem. I loved that I could track him, kept track of his pees and everything went smoothly. Very appreciative of her service."

2.65 mi
54m
Poo
Pee
Nicole
Nicole
Reviewed by Jessica C. on 09/28/2017

"Nicole is a sweet girl who has a lot on the ball and a very helpful and friendly demeanor. Excellent experience "

3.26 mi
30m
Poo
Pee
Alexis
Alexis
Reviewed by Alyssa E. on 09/20/2017

"Monroe loved Alexis! She was an excellent dog walker & he came back a very happy boy."

1.43 mi
34m
Poo
Pee
Alexis
Alexis
Reviewed by Aaron C. on 09/13/2017

"Thanks they have been eating leaves outside which can do that. Sorry about that"

1.65 mi
36m
Poo
Pee
Nicole
Nicole
Reviewed by Kyle J. on 09/08/2017

"Nicole is fantastic. Her communication is excellent and she's great with my dog!"

2.41 mi
31m
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Claire
Claire
Reviewed by Jose S. on 08/23/2017

"Thank you Claire for taking care of Cyrus and for your thoughtful feedback."

1.50 mi
54m
Poo
Pee
Marie
Marie
Reviewed by Jose S. on 08/10/2017

"Marie did a great job walking Asuna! She made sure to take our instructions into account. She varied up her walks to keep them interesting and showed that she understood what Asuna needed. She gave detailed updates and captured the cutest pictures! We hope to have her walk Asuna again soon!"

1.37 mi
32m
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Pee

Dog Areas in Norwalk, CT

2 Parks
5 Eateries
14 Groomers

Once owning the largest fleet of steam-powered oyster boats in the world, Norwalk, Connecticut was once named Oyster Town. The city vaunts over 1,000 acres of park and shoreline land as well as dozens of best-in-class courts, including municipal tennis and basketball, as well as soccer and baseball fields, and a public golf course. Many of the best events in Norwalk are hosted outdoors, including the annual Oyster Festival.

Cranbury Park public park is gorgeous, with a vast lawn and a mansion. It has wooded trails, a dog park, pavilion and a regulation disc golf course that winds in and out of the forest. Luckily for Fido, Dogs are more than welcome on the trails and in the orchard, surrounded by sugar maple trees and evergreens. Cranbury Park makes an excellent outdoor destination for visitors and locals alike in Norwalk in addition to aiding in discovering a piece of Norwalk’s history.

Bring your entire family and your furry kid for some mouthwatering burgers. Burger Bar and Bistro allows well behaved, leashed dogs at the outdoor seats plus a free giant bone for you dog. They also a doggie menu, with options like the quarter pounder with American cheese and Gifford’s old fashioned vanilla ice cream in a cup for dessert. Walking, exploring, shopping, dining or whatever fun-filled activity it may be. You can experience it with your family, friends and of course, your furry companion in Norwalk, Connecticut!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Norwalk, CT

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,400/sq mi

    #1 Norwalk City Limits

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    The city of Norwalk has a few pup-friendly attractions for Fido. The Taylor Farm Park is located at 45 Calf Pasture Beach Road. This dog park is part of a tract that open up into a pond. Dogs can run leash-free. The park does not provide water. Also, this dog park is open only for residents of Norwalk. If you are a visitor, turn to Cranbury Park. This park is located at 300 Grumman Ave. Visitors are welcome here, and no fee is charged. This park has designated areas for off-leash walking including some trails. Visitors should be mindful to observe park etiquette, which includes cleaning up after and keeping dogs out of some areas. More information is available on the Cranbury Park website.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,000/sq mi

    #2 Rowayton

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    Rowayton is a suburb of Norwalk. It is home to Rowayton Dog Park at 36 McKinley Street. This dog park gives dogs of all breeds a chance to run and socialize leash-free. The park provides clean-up supplies and receptacles. Dogs can drink fresh water from a spigot, and run or roll in this grassy enclosure. Brendan’s 101 is a dog-friendly restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There is outdoor dining available for you and your dog. It is located at 101 Rowayton, and offers meals ranging from the casual to the exotic. Service caters to you and your friend. No extra charge for doggie bags!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,322/sq mi

    #3 Westport

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    Less than a 5-mile drive northeast from Norwalk is the Winslow Dog Park. There is a large grassy fenced area for dogs to run and socialize. Walking trails are situated inside the dog park itself so human and dog can exercise together. This well-maintained dog park has waste bags and water available on-site. Other parts of of the larger park have trails to walk on-leash. Picnic sites are great for a lunch after doing so much walking. If you didn’t pack a lunch, stop in at the Border Grill located at 1550 Post Road E. This little Mexican eatery serves south-of-the-border food outside for you and your dog to enjoy.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 880/sq mi

    #4 New Canaan

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    Six miles northwest of Norwalk is the town of New Canaan. New Canaan has a dog park named Spencer’s Run. This dog park is located within Waveny Park. There is some paperwork to do and a fee to pay before using this dog park. The forms and further information can be found on the park’s official website. The fees help maintain the dog park. Water is provided on-site, and there are plenty of waste receptacles for cleanup. The main park has 3.5 miles of walking trail for you and your dog to enjoy, but leashes are required. This is a public park and there is no fee for using the trail in the main park.
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    Population Density 1,986/sq mi

    #5 Fairfield

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    Fairfield is less than a 10-mile drive northeast of Norwalk. Fairfield is the place to go from October 1st through March 31st, when Jennings Beach is open to off-leash fun for dogs. Dogs must be on leashes on boardwalks, parking lots, and concession areas. In season, though, dogs are free to dodge a few waves and leave some paw prints in the wet sand. Dogs share the beach with horses, so share the beach and have good voice command over your dog before heading out for this activity. Cleanup on the beach is required (horses, too). Bring supplies for clean-up because this beach mainly functions as a summer hotspot and not as a place for off-leash dog runs.
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