Dog walking in Lexington

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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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Hi, my name's Roberto! I've been passionate about caring for animals ever since I got my first dog, a beagle, as a kid. When I'm not spending time with my Boxer puppy, Billy, I love hiking, reading, and exploring downtown!

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Dog Walking in Lexington

The place where the first shots of the American Revolutionary War were fired is now a beautiful and tourist-friendly town offering a range of cultural and historic facilities and a charming downtown area bustling with shops and local businesses. Dog owners will love the challenging walking trails passing through the city, as well as the dog parks and three veterinary hospitals located here. You can find two more vet practices just a short drive away in Burlington.

 If you are looking to enjoy the great outdoors with your pooch, feel free to explore the 10-mile rail-trail running through suburban Boston from West Cambridge to South Road in Bedford. Minuteman Bikeway passes through Lexington and is considered one of the most pawpular places to visit during the summer. Don't forget to pay a visit to the beautiful Arlington Reservoir, where leashed pups are welcome in the park and near the water during the off-season.

Finding a good dog-friendly restaurant or café will not be a problem in Lexington. Downtown’s eateries are open to tail-waggers year-round, offering the comfort of outdoor tables and a variety of tasty treats. Bertucci's is a great choice, and serves delicious entrees like sautéed chicken piccata. Your pup will even get a complementary water bowl here!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lexington

Sandy Pond Road West

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Population Density
555 per sq. mi.

Sandy Pond Road West

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Follow the lead of Sandy Pond Road, starting at the very heart of Lincoln and running all the way northwest to Concord. Along the way, you'll see plenty of green open spaces that will beckon you to hop out of the car and stretch your legs. You'll also find a fun and unusual place to bring Fido: deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. Here, you can soak up some culture while exploring the park's hidden gems. The park is full of walking trails to hit and sniff -- just be sure to bring a leash and some waste baggies. Be on the lookout for interesting sculptures!

North Waltham

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,584 per sq. mi.

North Waltham

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The northern part of Waltham neighbors with Lakeview and features a wealth of green parks and recreation areas spread along Trapelo Road and Concord Avenue. The beautiful and peaceful Waltham Dog Ranch is a fully fenced dog park located behind the old Metropolitan State Hospital Admission building. It features a double-gated entry, two separate areas for small and large breeds, an extensive grassy area with obstacles, and bowls for water. There are no drinking water facilities here, though, so you will have to bring your own. This well-maintained park isn't usually crowded, making it the pawfect place to bring a timid pup for some off-leash playtime!

Hastings

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
686 per sq. mi.

Hastings

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A great day out and exciting adventures are waiting for you and your mutt behind the Cambridge Reservoir in the Hastings neighborhood of Weston! Here, you'll find the extensive area of Cat Rock Park, which welcomes your pooch to play off-leash! This is the perfect place to reconnect with nature, explore walking wooded trails, find hidden treasures, and watch your pup play and sniff out some new buddies. Bring a towel, too, because Fido will surely want to take a dip in the pond! But keep a close eye on your furry friend; the area isn't fenced. After a furrific adventure, treat yourselves to a sweet treat at Dairy Joy, located within walking distance of the park.

Watertown Downtown

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
8,260 per sq. mi.

Watertown Downtown

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Watertown is located north of Newton and almost exactly between Waltham and Cambridge, making it a great spot to stop and stretch your legs. The city center is home to the fenced-in Watertown Dog Park, located within How Park. This pawesome dog park features sandy and grassy areas, lots of shade and room to run, benches for humans, and water drinking facilities for pups! Finish the day with a doggie dinner date at one of Wild Willy’s outdoor tables, where you and Fido can share some handmade and mouthwatering beef or burgers.

Downtown Arlington

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Population Density
11,300 per sq. mi.

Downtown Arlington

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The city of Arlington neighbors with Lexington to the west, and its dog-friendly downtown area is home to Whittemore-Robbins House Park, offering breathtaking views of the Boston skyline and plenty of hills to explore with your pup. The park allows for four-legged visitors to play here off-leash from 6 to 9 am daily. The rest of time, you'll need to keep your pooch on their leash while you enjoy the surroundings and walking paths. If you want something really challenging, hit the Minuteman Bikeway, stretching from West Cambridge to Bedford. Afterward, grab a bite at Common Ground in the heart of the city, providing outdoor tables and free treats for pups!

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