Dog walking in Dorchester

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I am taking classes online right now and my time is flexible. I have an English Bulldog named Henry who only ever wants to go for car rides. I am always trying to find ways to exercise and keep moving so I would truly love to play or walk with your dog.

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Hi, My name is Paul and I have had rescued three dogs since 1997. I had a large Bull Mastiff / St. Bernard mix named Veego that passed away at around 15 in 2012. I have had a German Shepherd since 2005, Honey is currently 14 years old. I have also had a Staffordshire Bull Terrier named Ben since 2007 that is about to be ten. I have pet sat for lots of friends in the past. Pitbulls, Rotweiller, Labradors, Boxer, Pug, Chihuahuas, French Bulldog, and a few Terriers. Seeing any dog always puts a smile on my face, from abandoned rescues to show dogs. I enjoy learning their unique personalities and quirks. I will treat your dog (and home) like I do my own, with love and care. I've also been vegetarian / vegan for over 25 years and like to stay active. Reliable transportation for North Shore and Boston.

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Dog Walking in Dorchester

Dorchester is a furiendly neighborhood located in Boston, Massachusetts, that's been nicknamed Dot by the local residents. This neighborhood was originally founded by immigrants from Dorchester in England, hence its name, and to this day, it is the largest neighborhood in Boston. In particular, dog lovers like Dorchester for its collection of outdoor parks. If you have an emergency with your pup, there are two animal hospitals in the neighborhood and many in the surrounding areas of South End and South Boston.

If you are looking for a dog friendly place to eat with your pup, you can enjoy The Blarney Stone Restaurant. This place has been serving delicious food for over 35 years and you will find a bunch of tasty American dishes that will satisfy your appetite when your stomach is growling. There is an outdoor seating area where your furry friend can join you and grab a nap in the fresh air. If you love craft beer, be sure to check out the Dorchester Brewing Co. where you can take your pick from 20 beers on tap that change all the time. Plus, the dog friendly patio means you can relax with your pup and spend some quality time together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dorchester

Claim Point

48
Population Density
13,221 per sq. mi.

Claim Point

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When you are in the Claim Point neighborhood, be sure to head to Victory Road Park as a treat for your good boy or girl! This park is located at the edge of Boston Harbor, and boasts beautiful views and plenty of green grass for your pooch. This is a pupular spot with dog lovers and you are sure to make some new furry friends here. If your dog likes to swim, they can have a splash in the Boston Harbor; don’t worry, the water is clean! As long as your pup has good recall, you can let him off leash to give to explore. 

Meeting House Hill

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
27,638 per sq. mi.

Meeting House Hill

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In the Meeting House Hill neighbourhood, you will find Ronan Park. Not only is this a beautiful park to wander around with your pup, but it also has Ronan Dog Park! Here you can let your furry friend off-leash to exercise and play fetch in this safe, fenced in area. There is a doggie fountain for panting pups, and plenty of trash bins and waste bags available in case you furgot your own! You can also find Allen Park in the neighorhood, which is a small park with plenty of green grass and some sniff-tastic trees that your dog can investigate.

Bowdoin-Geneva/ Four Corners

24
Population Density
22,247 per sq. mi.

Bowdoin-Geneva/ Four Corners

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To retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city, head to Geneva Cliffs in this neighborhood. This urban wild has a bunch of sniff-tastic wood trails that you can explore with your furry friend, as well as plenty of green space. It is recommended to keep your pup on leash in this public park. In this neighborhood, you will also find Mother’s Rest Park. This is an open grass area where you can bring your pooch on leash and admire the views over the Dorchester Bay. That is after you have climbed the staircase, of course! There is also a playground that the kids can enjoy too.

Grove Hall

12
Population Density
21,202 per sq. mi.

Grove Hall

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In the Grove Hall neighborhood, you will find Ceylon Park. While the artificial soccer field and enclosed basketball court takes up the majority of the park, there is a path that you can wander through at your own pace with your pup. This has some grass and trees that your dog can investigate and explore new scents, while you watch the sports when they are in play. Since there are a lot of people hanging around and playing sports in this park, it is best to keep your pup on leash, so everyone can have a pawsome day out together!

Washington Park North

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Population Density
9,356 per sq. mi.

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If you love a leisurely stroll outdoors with your pup, then you should head to Horatio Harris Park when you are in Dorchester. This idyllic and beautiful park has been around since the 1850s, and it is known for the rocks and large trees that have been there since then. The pathway means you can explore this park with your furry friend on leash, as well as let him have fun and practice training on the areas of grass. All you need to bring is some water and treats, so you can keep your dog’s energy levels up, and yours too!   

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