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Dog Areas in Centerville, MA

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Once named Chequaquet, Centerville is a pawsome village on Cape Cod in Massachusetts, south of Barnstable. You will find that in this friendly village, you are never too far away from a beach! This means you and your pup can enjoy being active outdoors together. For keeping your pup in good health, there are veterinary clinics and animal hospitals located nearby in Hyannis and Barnstable.

When you are in Centerville, don’t miss out on the puptastic Craigville Beach! This is beautiful beach with golden sand and blue sea where you and your furry friend can enjoy some fun in the sun. Not only can you play fetch on the sand with your pup’s favorite toys, but your pup can also go for a dip and make a splash in the water. All dogs are welcome at Craigville Beach, as long as they remain on leash.

With all that excitement, you are bound to be hungry! For a bite to eat, grab some delicious grub from Cooke’s Seafood. This place is award-winning and serves up great seafood sandwiches, such as a shrimp salad roll and fried whole clam roll. Plus, there are dog friendly tables outside where your furry friend can sit with you and enjoy the fresh air! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Centerville, MA

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    Population Density 1,736/sq mi

    #1 Centerville South


    When you are out exploring Centerville with your furry friend and you are feeling hungry, there are plenty of dog friendly eateries where you can grab a bite to eat. There is nothing better when the sun is out than grabbing something cold; that is why you have got to visit Four Seas Ice Cream. This is a pawsome hang out where you can enjoy award winning ice cream, with flavors such as Mocha Chip, Rum and Butter, and Fresh Peach. Your pooch is welcome to sit with you while you enjoy your ice cream at one of the benches outside. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,199/sq mi

    #2 West Hyannis


    Since there aren’t many dog friendly places to stay when you are visiting Centerville, it is best to head northeast for a couple of miles into Hyannis to find a comfortable place to stay. You can check into the Simmons Homestead Inn where you are welcome to bring furry friends of any size with you for only a small additional fee per night. All of the rooms are air conditioned and have modern amenities, with the hotel having complimentary wireless internet access. Your pooch is sure to feel at home at with you in the Simmons Homestead Inn!

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    Population Density 1,208/sq mi

    #3 Hyannis Downtown


    If you head north east of Centerville for four miles, you will reach the furiendly village of Hyannis. This is a pawsome place where you can enjoy some delicious food at many dog friendly eateries! This includes Tumi Ceviche, which serves up some tasty dishes like lobster ravioli and Latin-style seafood. Plus, there are outdoor tables under umbrellas where your pup can join you for dinner. If you like pizza, then you will love Palio Pizzeria! Here you can enjoy a relaxed meal with a choice of favorite Italian dishes at one of the seven dog friendly outdoor tables. For a frozen treat, don’t forget to drop into Katie’s Homemade Ice Cream! You can chill out with your pooch at one of their outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 2,869/sq mi

    #4 Barnstable


    For a puptastic day out with your furry friend, jump in the car and head north to Barnstable. This puptown isn’t far away, and is home to the pawsome Sandy Neck Beach. Here your pooch can enjoy sand beneath his paws and the sea breeze through his fur! All pups can be top dog here, and during the off-season, they can enjoy being off-leash to roam and run. What is better than a swim with your four-legged friend? If your dog likes to ruff it, then he will love visiting the Shawme-Crowell State Forest! This is a beautiful place to get back to nature as you explore the sniff-tastic trails through the forest. Dogs are welcome here, as long as they remain on leash.

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    Population Density 567/sq mi

    #5 Main Street


    To the west of Centerville, you will find the furiendly village of Osterville. This is the oldest park in Cape Cod, as well as being the largest at 8.5 acres. In other words, your pooch is sure to have a ball here! You can enjoy a pawsome walk around the gardens, with beautiful flowers and flora, as well as having plenty of green grass for your pup to enjoy. To relax, there are benches where you can stop and ponder life! Dogs are welcome, as long as they are on leash. If you get hungry, you and your pup can head to Earthly Delights. Here you will find some puptastic healthy dishes, such as salads, sandwiches and smoothies. Since there are five dog friendly tables, your furry friend is more than welcome to join you!

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