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Dog Areas in Dudley

The first landholders that Dudley was named after were Paul and William Dudley. The town was settled in 1714 and was officially incorporated 18 years later. Just around 19 miles north of Dudley, you can find the second most densely populated city in New England, Worcester. 

When it comes to taking care of your pooch's health, Dudley doesn't have veterinary hospitals or clinics. If you head just 2.5 miles east to Webster, you will find a couple veterinary services there.

Dudley doesn't offer any dog-friendly hotels or accommodations. If you need dog-friendly lodging nearby, head to Sturbridge, where you can choose from over 10 doggie-welcoming places. The town is located just 10 miles away from Dudley. 

If you want to visit a restaurant or a bar where your dog can sit with you on the outside patio, you'll have to head to Sturbridge or Worcester. 

A great place in Dudley that you can visit with your doggie by your side is the Tufts Branch Wildlife Sanctuary. This sanctuary is over 80 acres and offers plenty of meadows, forests, and wetlands that you and your leashed pooch are welcome to explore. There are trails that you can walk on as well; just don't forget to respawnsibly clean up after your doggo.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dudley

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    Population Density 447/sq mi

    #1 Wallace Road

    The beautiful Westville Dam Recreation Area is located ruffly 9 miles away from Dudley, on the east side of Sturbridge. Leash your pooch and head straight into a fun exploration of the multiple trails that this park offers. Other amenities you can find in the park include picnic tables and a grill area where the whole family can chow down on a picnic. You can choose to explore wooded trails and get in touch with nature, or just go for your daily walk on the easy trail around the park's lake. Make sure to bring poop baggies to keep the place clean. 

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 577/sq mi

    #2 West Millbury

    For those pooches that prefer to play off-leash in a securely fenced area where they can meet pawlenty of other doggos, we recommend the Butler Farm Dog Park. This park is located around 14 miles away from Dudley, and if you want your pooch to play here, you'll need to purchase a membership. The park welcomes well-behaved doggos that are properly vaccinated, so bring your pooch's vaccination records with you when registering. Fresh drinking water for your pooch is available via the hose, and the dog park provides plenty of poop baggies for cleaning. If you get tired of running with your fur-baby, you can rest on the benches provided. 
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 220/sq mi

    #3 Wallum Lake

    If hiking with your dog is something that you're looking forward to, head around 15 miles away from Dudley and try the Southern New England Trunkline Trail. This trail is fairly long, approximately 22 miles, and it's rated easy to moderate. Doggos are welcome on this trail, and horses, too -- make sure Fido plays well with larger four-legged friends! The trail is also kid-friendly, making it pawfect for a family excursion. The trail is best used from March to October, when you can admire the rich flora along the path. A lot of the trail is shaded, and motorbikes are allowed on the trail, so be mindful if your pooch doesn't like loud noises. Remember to take fresh water and waste bags with you.
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    Population Density 1,840/sq mi

    #4 Whitinsville

    For those of you who want to visit a unique attraction where you can make un-fur-gettable memories with Fido, we recommend the Purgatory Chasm State Reservation in Sutton, just 3 miles outside the unincorporated village of Whitinsville. It's around 14 miles away from Dudley, and doggos are welcome everywhere as long as they are leashed. For this exciting adventure, make sure you have proper shoes, since the rocks can be very slippery especially after rain. The place is usually crowded with plenty of children and doggos, so make sure your pup is not easily overwhelmed if you decide to go there. Poop baggies are one of the necessities that you will need to bring with you.
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    Population Density 1,109/sq mi

    #5 West Westborough

    A perfect mixture of on-leash and off-leash areas where your pooch can play and explore to their heart's content, Tuft's Farm Field is located around 25 miles away from Dudley at a veterinary school. The park offers 60 acres of on-leash places to explore and a 5-acre fenced, off-leash area. Make sure that you register before visiting! A double-gated entrance makes this even more safe for the doggos that can't wait to run free! Trash cans are available and waste baggies are usually provided, but bring some extra just in case. You'll need to bring your own drinking water, as none is provided here.
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