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What is Wag!?
Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.
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Hi there, I'm Shanna! I have loved having dogs around me all my life, from one grandmother's obedience show dogs to the other grandmother's many adopted strays to the rescued Boxer who was my best friend as a kid, to the goofy fluffball spaniel back home in NH who shuns me whenever I pack to come back to Boston. I personally took both of my dogs through obedience training classes, and worked as a walker and sitter for neighbors for several years. I have been a pet sitter for oodles of other animals, from cats to chickens, and have several years of equestrian work and training experience as well. I can't have a dog with my current work schedule and apartment, so helping your furry friend get some exercise will be a wonderful way for me to get some canine companionship! I can't wait to meet your dog!
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My name is Angela. I love animals and I have been walking dogs and pet sitting for the last few years. I have a two-year-old German Shepherd named Rangeley and two American short-haired cats. I am very reliable, flexible, and I want to create a comfortable environment for you and your pets!
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Dog Walking in Marlborough
Marlborough is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. It was declared a town way back in 1660, and became a high-tech industry after the construction of the Massachusetts Turnpike in the 20th century. Marlborough is both historic and very pet-friendly -- the proof is in the number of pet-friendly accommodations that can be found here. If you need a place to stay during your time in Marlborough, you'll have more than enough options to suit your needs and budget! Dog-friendly lodging accommodations in Marlborough include: Embassy Suites Marlborough, Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel & Trade Center, Courtyard Boston Marlborough, Extended Stay America Boston Marlborough, Residence Inn by Marriott Boston Marlborough and Marlborough Airbnb Rentals.
You and your hound won't go hungry in Marlborough! This city is home to several dog-friendly restaurants, including Chill Kitchen & Bar, Welly's Restaurant, Kindles Wood Fired Pizzeria, and Nick's Deli & Pizza, just to name a few.
If you are in need of a veterinarian, you can rest easy knowing there's one animal hospital, two veterinary clinics and one house call veterinary service within Marlborough. While you are there, you can visit one of the two dog-friendly hiking trails: Bedford Narrow Gauge Rail Trail or Assabet River Rail Trail.
You can visit the World War II Memorial Beach, but unfortunately no pets are allowed there. However, The Grove Conservation Land is dog-friendly, so leash up your pal and head on down!
Best Dog Neighborhoods in Marlborough
Cat Rock Park may sound like a bit of a misnomer, but make no mistake -- this place is for canines, not cats! This park is located in Weston's Hastings neighborhood, around 15 miles away from Marlborough. Your pet will be so excited to play at this off-leash park that you will have to come back more than once! What makes this park so great is the wooded trails and the pond where your pooch can swim. There is a lot of open space for exercise; just be aware that this park is not fenced! You'll need to bring your own waste bags, because none are provided at the park.
Around 26 miles away from Marlborough, you'll find the pawfect place for a Fido-friendly adventure: Henry E. Cowdrey Nature Center. This 300-acre nature center is located in Mulpus, Lunenburg. The whole reservation is pet-friendly and offers numerous trails that you can explore along with your pup. There is a brook in the middle of the reservation where your pup can swim! Make sure you bring water, waste bags and proper protection against ticks. You might also want to bring a map or GPS because the trails are poorly marked and it is easy to get lost.
If you need a safer option and you're looking for an enclosed area where your pup can meet friends and exercise, the Wrentham Dog Park is the pawfect place. This park is around 26 miles away from Marlborough and can be found in North Wrentham. It is a big, fenced, off-leash park where dog bowls are provided. Your pup will love running and romping in the lush green grass here! Make sure you bring your own water and some waste bags for cleaning up after your pooch, even though these are sometimes supplied by the park. The dog park is so big that even pet parents can get some mutts-needed exercise!
Another park that you can visit that has a rather interesting history is the Medway Off Leash Dog Park. The park is located approximately 20 miles away from Marlborough. This pawesome park exists today because of a 15-year-old named Tim Dumas, who gathered the volunteers and finances to build it! His good deed has left a lasting impression on the community. There are two areas in the park: one for small dogs and another for large dogs. Shade trees, benches, and picnic tables are among the amenities at this park Bring your own water and waste bags!
A little bit further than the previous parks is the Lowell Dog Park, located in Lowell's Pawtucketville neighborhood, approximately 32 miles from Marlborough. The drive is well worth it for this pawesome park! The park is large enough so your pup can romp around, and there is plenty of seating available for the human visitors. Nearby parking makes visiting even more convenient. The ground is covered in gravel, and the park offers waste bags for cleaning up after your pooch. The park is safely fenced and all the people are friendly and well-behaved. (As are their dogs!) There are toys in the park, but there is no water source, so make sure you bring some with you.