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Sarah
Reviewed by Laura L. on 09/23/2017

"Thank you, Sarah, for helping Ian make it through a very long day for him! He is a happy pup!"

1.82 mi
68m
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Macey
Reviewed by Jeremy L. on 09/16/2017

"Macey, we appreciate your willingness to deal with his over abundance of energy. He can be a handful. Thank you for taking such good care of my boy while I am away. "

1.24 mi
39m
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Michelle
Reviewed by Amber K. on 08/24/2017

"Thank you so much for the amazing walks and the detailed note. Tea looked like she had a blast!"

2.76 mi
60m
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Dog Areas in Framingham

1 Park
7 Trails
2 Shops
6 Eateries
6 Groomers

Framingham is a quaint New England city located about 30 miles west of the popular city of Boston. The city was incorporated in 1700 and has since seen many changes! There are plenty of fun activities and trails to discover in the city – particularly within the expansive Callahan State Park. Spanning over 820 acres, the park features a multitude of amenities for both four- and two-legged visitors. In addition to plenty of open areas where your pups can run off-leash, there are 7 different trails to explore. 

Need to schedule your annual check-up? There are five veterinarian services available throughout town, with more located in the surrounding areas. You can also grab a bite in the area at one of the pet-friendly locations, like CJ’s Northside Grill, where pets are allowed outside on the patio with customers. 

If you are new to the area and looking to find accommodations that will allow you to bring your furry friend along, you’re in luck! Framingham has a number of pet-friendly hotels, as well as apartments and houses for those looking for a more purrmanent solution. The city is split down the middle by the I90 and State Road 9, making it particularly easy to reach via car. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Framingham

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,287/sq mi

    #1 South Framingham

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    Framingham is a truly diverse city with all sorts of great things to offer its residents and visitors alike. South Framingham is a primarily residential area that is ideal for pet parents who are looking for more urban surroundings. Downtown Framingham can be accessed from here, and you can navigate the various streets when taking Fido for a walk. You can treat you and your pups to a treat at the nearby Ben & Jerry’s or Starbucks, which both have outdoor seating where dogs are welcome. Despite not having many dog-friendly activities, the area can be a lot of fun for both dogs and humans!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,298/sq mi

    #2 North Framingham

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    North Framingham is well known for its beautiful scenery and its upscale homes. The Framingham Center is also located on the northern end of the city, which is home to a number of shops and businesses. For a number of outdoor activities you can do with your pooch, head over to Callahan State Park, where you can go fishing, hiking, or just toss around a Frisbee with your precious pup. Gianni's Pizza & Subs is located in the north part of the city and is a great spot to stop for grub after some fun in the sun.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,702/sq mi

    #3 Saxonville

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    Saxonville is an old mill town located on the eastern end of Framingham. The area is undergoing a major overhaul to modernize it and bring more services that are conveniently located in the immediate area. While it doesn’t offer much in the way of dog-friendly activities, Saxonville is a great place to settle down away from the hustle and bustle of the center of the city. You won’t find many pet-friendly hotel accommodations in this area, but it is definitely worth visiting from the surrounding neighborhoods! This cozy rural area is a great place to take short walks while you explore the area.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,719/sq mi

    #4 The Grove

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    Just a 30-minute drive northwest of Framingham is The Grove, a large parkland area that is home to the Grove Conservation Land. This park features a number of wooded areas in addition to a 1.2-mile trail that you can explore with your dog. Need to cool off? There is a lake on the grounds that your furry friend can take a quick swim in after your excursion. Alongside the Grove lies the Fort Meadow Reservoir, which spills into the Ft. Meadow Lake Area a few miles north. If you’re looking for a calm area to take Rocky for regular walks, this lake offers a beautiful backdrop.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,334/sq mi

    #5 W Union Street

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    Head just south of Framingham to explore the beautiful state park in Ashland – open to all well-behaved dogs! You must have your dogs properly leashed and ensure any necessary documentation is visible. There are plenty of places to explore in the Ashland State Park, which surrounds the 157-acre Ashland Reservoir, so water sports are also available seasonally. Located in the southern part of the city, this area is a more secluded neighborhood with fewer residences than other parts of the city. If you are looking for a quiet country town where you can treat your fur babies to a wagging good time, consider Ashland.
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