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Lily
Reviewed by Nicole L. on 08/10/2017

"Lilly was really great! We used her 3 days in row and always arrived on-time! We'll definitely use her for prioritize walks going forward!! We communicated via cell/text a couple of times as well and was very responsive. Thanks Lilly for your help! "

1.06 mi
30m
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Jessie
Reviewed by George R. on 08/06/2017

"Jessie is so considerate and awesome with leo! I highly recommend her dog walking services! "

1.29 mi
32m
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Jessie
Reviewed by Robert R. on 07/16/2017

"Thanks! I think he likes eating his food off the floor ;) I just leave it like that and only pick it up at bedtime bc he'll just spill it again immediately lol. Also, there is an access point to the walking trail at the other end of Springside Drive :) thank you so much for doing such a great job!"

2.55 mi
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Dog Areas in Morton Grove

Morton Grove is a large village in Illinois that was named after the former Vice President of the United States, Levi Parsons Morton. The headquarters of the famous fraternity Alpha Delta Phi are located in this village. There are a lot of notable people that lived in Morton Grove, and some of them are mega-popular, like Harrison Ford, Jeff Garlin, and Marlee Matlin, who, to this date, is the only deaf actress to win the Academy Award for best actress. 

If you're thinking about visiting Morton Grove or moving there with your pooch, you can rest easy knowing that the village has two veterinary hospitals that will be at your disposal in case of accident or emergency.

Morton Grove isn't the dog-friendliest place in the vicinity. If you're looking for dog-friendly restaurants and cafes, or off-leash dog parks, you'll have to travel a short distance to find them. Morton Grove is ruffly 15 miles from the Windy City, so you're just a short commute from all the dog-friendly fun you could pawssibly want! Chicago has more than 250 dog-friendly locations, including hotels, bars, restaurants, and dog parks.

If you'd rather avoid sprawling muttropolitan areas, you can also choose from beautiful recreation areas in neighboring communities, including Des Plaines and Hinsdale.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Morton Grove

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 24,300/sq mi

    #1 Uptown

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    Eleven miles away from Morton Grove, in Chicago's Uptown neighborhood, you can find the most pawfect doggie beach ever! The beach is dog-friendly and is a great place for your pup to swim and dig in the sand. This beach is the first beach in Chicago where doggies are allowed that is properly fenced. Since the beach is very pawpular, your dog is guaranteed to meet a lot of new friends! If you decide to visit, you won't need to worry about doggie waste bags, as these are provided, and there's a very helpful doggie wash area so you can rinse the sand off your fur-baby before heading home. This large beach has parking provided nearby. 

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,706/sq mi

    #2 South Hinsdale

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    Another pawssibility near Morton Grove is a pupular doggie park by the name of Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge Dog Park. This park is around 24 miles away and provides an off-leash space that is safely enclosed so doggies can frolic to their hearts' content. The park is spacious and grassy, and your doggo will surely meet some new friends there! The best part is that this park even has a little stream where doggies can dip their paws to cool off! The park is fairly clean, so make sure you have waste bags with you to keep the park as clean as you found it.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 917/sq mi

    #3 South Lake Forest

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    Prairie Wolf Dog Park is just around 15 miles away from Morton Grove and offers a massive 44-acre fenced area where pooches can run to their hearts' content! You can find this place in the southern region of Lake Forest, and it offers two fenced areas for training and small pooches. Another pawtastic advantage that this park has to offer is the pond, where doggies can cool off and splash on those hot summer days. If you prefer not to let your dog swim, you won't have to worry, because the pond is fenced off separately from the rest of the park.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,482/sq mi

    #4 Beck Lake

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    Just six miles away from Morton Grove, you can find another pawesome fenced park where your pooch will have a ball! Beck Lake Dog Park also offers 44 acres of off-leash freedom. In this park, you can find multiple trails that you can explore with your pooch, and along the way, the trees will provide enough shade so you can enjoy the park even in the heat. There is even a pond where your pooch can swim! In case you want to train your pooch, there are special enclosed areas dedicated to training. Water fountains can be found throughout the park, but don't forget to bring poop bags. You'll need to obtain a permit for the park before visiting.

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    Population Density 19,672/sq mi

    #5 Ravenswood

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    In case you're looking for a place where the whole family can hang out together in the company of your doggo, head to Winnemac Park. This park can be found around 9.5 miles from Morton Grove, in Chicago's Ravenswood district. Here, you can find plenty of sporting activities, doggie and kid amenities, and so much more! Dogs have to be leashed officially, but it's common practice for doggie pawrents to let their pups off-leash to explore the park. This dog-friendly and family-friendly park is pretty spacious, and your dog will meet pawlenty of new friends since a lot of doggos visit this place!

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