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Dog Areas in Attleboro

When you're talking about Attleboro, you can't forget to mention the fact that this city was previously known as  "The Jewelry Capital of the World" thanks to the number of jewelry manufacturers located there. Today, Attleboro is very dog-friendly and has three veterinary clinics and practices where you can take your pup in case of accident or emergency.

If you're a museum lover, we have great news! You will have plenty of choices while you're in town since Attleboro has four awesome museums. Dogs are, unfortunately, not allowed inside, but don't fret just yet! Attleboro has more than 10 local parks where you and your pooch can enjoy a walk and a quiet moment together. Just 12 miles away from Attleboro, you'll find Taunton, one of the bigger cities in the county which has more opportunities for dog-friendly fun.

After all that walking around Attleboro, you will most certainly be hungry! Head to Uno Pizzeria & Grill and try their pizzas and steaks. Other places where you can share a meal with your darling dog in Attleboro include Morin's Hometown Bar & Grille and Mediterranean Grill & Pizzeria. For dessert and lemonade, head to Del's Lemonade.

Attleboro should be renamed "The Canine Capital of the World" -- after all, dogs, not diamonds, are a man's best friend! (And a woman's, too!)

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Attleboro

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    Population Density 1,059/sq mi

    #1 West Attleboro

    In the western part of the city, doggies have the chance to romp around and meet new furry friends at the Attleboro Dog Park. This park has a four-sided fence that will provide safety for your pup and peace of mind for you. The owners of this park are a little strict when it comes to accepting new dogs; your pup has to be licensed and you have to know your dog's license number. As long as you meet those requirements, you can play the day away in an organized, well-maintained park that includes separate areas for small and large dogs. Water and agility equipment are provided. Note that you're not allowed to bring treats or toys with you.
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    Population Density 754/sq mi

    #2 East Wrentham

    Around 11 miles north of Attleboro, you'll find Wrentham Dog Park. Plenty of open space, mostly covered in grass, is one of the best things that this dog park offers for your beloved pet. The park is fully fenced, and you can often find water bowls and poop baggies, but you should bring some just in case. If you want your pup to meet some new doggie friends and socialize, this is the pawfect place for you! There are usually plenty of canine visitors to play with here. Make sure you don't forget to bring your own water as well.
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    Population Density 8,841/sq mi

    #3 Warwick

    Warwick City Dog Park is a little bit further than the previous parks at 21 miles away from Attleboro. If you're looking for a park with a separate small dog area, you can find it here. The ground is dirt, so bring a towel for your pup if you want to avoid a mess in your car. An added bonus of this park is that there is plenty of shade to protect you and your pup from the heat. You should bring your own poop baggies and your own water if you decide to play here. Some kind visitors have left some chairs so you'll have a place to rest while Fido plays.
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    Population Density 3,005/sq mi

    #4 Slater Park

    While you're in Attleboro, you'd be barking mad to miss Pawtucket Dog Park, merely 7 miles out of town. Like many dog parks, this one offers separate areas for large and small breeds. The park's motto is "More wag, less bark," and when you visit, you'll see why! The shade granted by the lush trees will make your experience pleasant. There are benches in the shaded areas where dog pawrents can rest. The only disadvantage of this park is that pit bulls and pit bull mixes are banned from entering the park. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the rest of Slater Memorial Park with their owners.
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    Population Density 2,946/sq mi

    #5 West Barrington

    Barrington Dog Park is approximately 22 miles from Attleboro and provides a secure, fenced place where pups can romp around without their leashes. You won't need to bring water or waste bags when you visit since the park provides both for your convenience. Waste disposal stations are also available. The park is tremendous and spacious, but it doesn't have separate sections for large and small dogs, so if that's a deal-breaker for you, this park might not be the right choice. The ground is mostly covered in grass, and the atmosphere here is very friendly. Fido will love playing with the furry locals who frequent this park!
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