Dog Walkers in Easton, MA

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Dog Areas in Easton, MA

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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Easton, MA

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    Population Density 926/sq mi

    #1 Massapoag Avenue


    Is your usual dog park just not cutting it anymore? Or maybe you’re looking for a place to have some doggone adventures? If so, you should head on over to Borderland State Park! This huge park has plenty of room for your dog to roam free, chase squirrels, dig holes, sniff butts, and make lots of new friends! You’ll both love and enjoy the scenic views and multiple ponds around the park, and your furry best friend can even go for a swim. This is the ideal spot to let your pupper run wild and let out all of their pent-up energy.

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    Population Density 1,026/sq mi

    #2 Lincoln Street


    Are you in search of a great waterfront place to take your dog? Looking for a chance to put that doggy life jacket to use? If you are, you should head on over to Stodders Neck Park! A 40-minute drive from Easton, this park is surrounded by water on three sides, so there are endless opportunities for your doggo to get in a swim! The park also features a vast landscape, hills, and plenty of great terrain ideal for exercise that involves more than just wagging your tail. You’ll both have a pawsome time at this beautiful park!

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    Population Density 520/sq mi

    #3 Emerald Street


    Looking for a place to take your furry best friend where you know they’ll be safe? Well, fellow dog lover, this is the spot for you! The awesome Wrentham Dog Park is only a 20-minute drive from Easton. This spacious and completely fenced-in park will bring you peace of mind, while allowing your dog to get all the exercise they want. Your dog can roll around in the grass, sniff new butts, make new friends, and have a doggone good time. The park also offers doggie water bowl stations in all corners of the park, so you’ll never have to worry about your pupper getting dehydrated!

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    Population Density 25,091/sq mi

    #4 East Springfield Street


    Looking for the perfect place to wow that special someone? Still want your dog to come along for the occasion? Then this is the perfect spot for you! Blunch is a beautiful dog-friendly restaurant only 40-minutes away from Easton. As its name implies, this establishment serves a variety of both breakfast and lunch specialties, but the best part is the biscuits by the door. Imagine how excited your pupper will be when you walk in and bring them a biscuit! Is there a more pawsome place to dine in the big city?

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    Population Density 1,026/sq mi

    #5 Bare Cove Lane


    If you’re looking for a beautiful park with water access to take your dog to, this is it! Bare Cove Park is only a 40-minute drive from Easton and offers plenty of trails and space for your dog to have the time of their life! Take a dip in the water, roam around, play in the mud, hike the trails, and go exploring new sights and sounds! This is the perfect doggone spot for your pupper’s next social encounter. You might consider taking a trip to the groomer after this one, but your dog will have a blast!

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