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Dog Areas in Millbury

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The town of Millbury, Massachusetts – try saying that five times fast – is located in Worcester County. It was first settled by Europeans in 1716, meaning the town has been around for quite some time. Unfortunately, the town was plagued by a large number of fires in the early 1970s. These fires included the town hall and a local school. Not long after, a propane plant exploded, sending tanks flying hundreds of feet in the air. Thankfully, that’s in the past, and Millbury recently celebrated its bicentennial, or 200th, anniversary.

If you’re a dog owner looking to have some fun with your canine companion, Millbury is a great place to check out! With a few dog-friendly restaurants and a dog park, Millbury has plenty for you and Fido to enjoy together. Millbury has a couple of different veterinarian clinics, so you can pick a vet that works best for your family, including the furry members. Millbury is a town steeped in history, and although your dog probably won’t care about that too much, it makes for an interesting place to visit. Whether you’re looking for a quick getaway or a more permanent stay, make sure to swing by Millbury!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Millbury

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    Population Density 819/sq mi

    #1 West Millbury

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    Residents of Millbury are going to love West Millbury’s Butler Farm Dog Park! Your dog is sure to have fun at this bark park, where there’s plenty of room for him to run around with his pawesome new friends. The park provides running water so that your dog doesn’t get dehydrated while playing. There’s also plenty of seating for dog parents, so you won’t get too hot, either! There is an annual fee for Millbury residents to use this park, but it’s only five dollars a year. Make sure to bring along waste disposal bags from home.

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    #2 Central Millbury

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    In the heart of Millbury, you’ll find a couple of different dog-friendly dining options! If you’re craving a delicious slice of pizza, make sure to head over to Uno Pizzeria and Grill. If you want more variety, there’s a TGI Friday’s right up the road. Both restaurants allow your dog to dine with you on the patio, as long as he’s on a leash and is well-behaved. After dinner, head over to the local Tractor Supply. This store sells pet goods alongside tools, workwear, and more. If nothing else, it’ll give your pup another chance to socialize, which is a good experience for him!

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    Population Density 1,644/sq mi

    #3 Lake Park

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    A little over ten miles north of Millbury, you and Fido can find more places to eat together in Shrewsbury’s Lake Park neighborhood. No matter what your food preferences are, you’re certain to find somewhere you like. If you want a large variety, check out 2ovens. This restaurant serves up anything and everything you can imagine. Barbecue? They got it. Seafood? Check. Pizza? Absolutely. Are you a vegetarian or vegan? Stop by b.good. This local favorite has plenty of meat-free and dairy-free options that everyone’s sure to love. Fido is welcome on the patio of both establishments.

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    Population Density 559/sq mi

    #4 Whitehall State Park

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    Does your dog love nature? Does he love long walks? You’re in luck! Just 12 miles from Millbury, you and your precocious pooch can visit Whitehall State Park, located in Hopkinton. A six-mile-long trail winds around the perimeter of this dog park, so your dog is sure to be tired by the end of your hike! Fido will need to stay on his leash, and you’re expected to clean up after him, so make sure you have waste bags on hand. You’ll also want to bring along some water for the both of you.

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    #5 Purgatory Chasm State Reservation

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    Purgatory Chasm is a natural landmark that you have to see to believe! It’s located just seven miles from Millbury, and if you and your dog are adventurous, you’ve got to go visit. This trail runs for less than a mile, but it’s located between huge pieces of granite. Experts believe the park dates back to the last ice age, which was 14,000 years ago! It’s recommended that you wear hiking boots when visiting, and your dog absolutely must stay on a leash for the entire trip – no exceptions! This is for his own safety. Please remember to clean up after your pet.

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