Dog walking in North Easton

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Sarah KNorth Easton, Easton

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I love dogs! I have experience with all sizes from XS Pomeranians to XL St. Bernard’s and Newfies, and everything in between. I'm a very active surfer, yogi, and hiker all over New England and love being out in the elements, including rain and snow. I spend a lot of time at the beach in any weather! I also work at South Boston Animal Hospital-you may have seen me behind the front desk. I would love to take your pup with me on a safe and fun adventure around the neighborhood!

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Gabrielle SNorth Easton, Easton

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Hi there! My name is Gabbi! I'm a Boston native and I've loved animals my whole life. Being able to work with dogs is a dream of mine, so I'll always make sure your best friend is well taken care of!

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Rebekah HNorth Easton, Easton

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Hi, my name is Rebekah. I grew up an animal lover in Maine, where I enjoyed living with a Blue Heeler/Sheppard mix named Sitka. I started walking and sitting for my friends’ and neighbors’ pets more than 5 years ago and have loved it ever since! Recently I’ve moved to Boston and am excited to be back in the area. I have experience with dogs of all sizes and ages. As an outdoorsy, active person, I’d love to meet your best friend and take them out for some fun and exciting exercise! I know each pup is as unique as they are loved, and I can’t wait to provide you both with the caring Wag! experience.

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Collin MNorth Easton, Easton

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Hi! I am a very active person who loves the outdoors. I'm an avid runner and also enjoy hiking, backpacking, tennis, cooking, and travel. I look forward to getting to know you and your dog!

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Aidan FNorth Easton, Easton

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“my strengths are distance care and being thorough!”

Hi, my name is Aidan. When I was little I had a black lab named Satch that I loved very much, and that has shown me the joy of caring for animals.I have experience in college caring for dogs in multiple situations and am confident in my abiility to adapt to the needs of individual dogs. I am also a very active person and am excited to take your dogs on very thorough walks! Also, I am a photography graduate from MCAD have experience taking pictures of dogs. Can't wait to meet you and your dogs!

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Arthur NNorth Easton, Easton

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Hi my name is Arty and I am a huge animal lover. I have had pets my whole life and I could not picture my life without one. I have a ten year old Husky named Zoey who is the whole world to me. I have worked as a dog trainer in the past and have helped work the kennels for dogs that were boarding. I think of my dog as a member of my family and I always treat any animal I come in contact with the same way. I look forward to meeting your pet and making a new four- legged friend.

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Marybeth DNorth Easton, Easton

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Hi, my name is Marybeth and I reside in Rockland, MA. I have had dogs my whole life. I currently have a yellow lab that I love very much. I also babysit a rescue from Aruba. We take daily walks and play in my yard. I would love and treat your dogs the same way I treat mine. I love being in the outdoors and walking in the forest.

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Shaughn DNorth Easton, Easton

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Hi, I’m Shaughn! I grew up in Boston with my dog Luka. I would always take her out for walks and care for her since I was about 9 years old, and have been caring for dogs of friends and neighbors ever since! Dogs have been a vital part of my life ever since I can remember, and I can’t wait to meet you and your dog and care for him/her for the short while you’re gone. See you soon!

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Gabby CNorth Easton, Easton

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Hey there! My name is Gabby and I have a great background in taking care of pets of all sorts. I've had dogs and all kinds of pets since I was a child. When I was a kid, I volunteered at the animal shelter, joined the 4H club, and volunteered at my town rabies clinic. Later in life, I acquired my vet assistant certification and dog grooming license. I have worked at a vet's office, at boarding facilities, pet grooming, doing dog walking and doggie daycare. Recently I decided to set out on my own, and would love to help you keep your pet healthy and happy.

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Sean BNorth Easton, Easton

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My name is Sean and I am 25 years old. I have always loved being around dogs my entire life. I grew up with a black lab named Bumper and then two puggles named Holly and Gigi. I loved taking the dogs on walks and playing with them outside. I especially enjoy seeing how much the dogs enjoy getting a chance to be outside and get a little exercise. I look forward to meeting your dogs!

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Dog Walking in North Easton

North Easton is a neighborhood of Easton, MA, located in the northeast corner of the town. It’s identified by some as North Easton/ Stonehill College because of the location of that school here, and the entire neighborhood has been added to the National Registry of Historic Places. North Easton was formerly an industrial town, home to the Ames Factory which manufactured shovels and tools. Today, it is a visitors’ destination, being rich in natural resources that lend themselves to hiking and biking with your furry friend. If your visit happens to be interrupted by an ailing or injured pup, visit one of the veterinary hospitals in the area, including one in North Easton and several in South Easton. Your furry bestie will be up and wagging in no time!

North Easton is surrounded by 4000 acres of parks and trail systems, so it’s inevitable that you and your furry friend are going to work up an appetite with all the hiking and exploring. When that happens, the best place to take care of it is at Pizza Depot, a dog-friendly restaurant with outdoor tables just waiting for you and your furry date. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner, the Depot serves up pawsome casual Italian food like pizza and sandwiches, along with pasta for those who prefer to eat their meals with a fork. Even burgers and quesadillas are on the menu! Bone appetit!

Whatever adventures you’re looking for in the outdoors, look no further than North Easton –you’ll find proximity and access to outdoor fun with your fur-pup! Woofderful!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Easton

Morse Corner

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Population Density
1,387 per sq. mi.

Morse Corner

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This neighborhood of Easton is home to the pup-friendly Clifford G. Grant Reservation, a 320-acre parcel with crisscrossing trails, a bridge over Black Brook and boardwalks over the wetlands. The entrance to this wildlife management area can be found behind the Easton School complex off Lothrup Street. Deep woods await you and your fur-pal on the looped trail that is home to deer, fox, fisher cat and wild turkey. Imagine the sights, smells and sounds your pooch will experience as you walk along, while you enjoy the foliage, the rippling brook and the fragrant wildflowers growing beside the boardwalks. Be sure to stop at the information kiosk to pick up a map – although trails are marked, there are lots of splits and turns. Bring your pup to this pawsome natural resource with easy access and seemingly endless trails – you’ll both be glad you did!

Easton Town Center

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
742 per sq. mi.

Easton Town Center

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The Borderland State Park resides within the Easton Town Center neighborhood, where it straddles the border between Easton and next-door Sharon. With more than 20 miles of trails that range from moderate to difficult, this is a perfect place for outdoors-loving dogs to hike with their humans on the 18 intersecting paths. The routes take you past and around the 6 ponds, through wetlands and wooded areas. Split Rock Trail connects 2 other trails and leads to a dramatic 20-foot high glacial boulder that has been split down the middle. The Morse Loop Trail is an easy walk along a wide log-hauling road through a hemlock grove. Find information on all the trails at the visitor center near the three parking areas, along with the location of two fields where your pup can romp and run off leash! This park is pawrrific!

Pratts Corner

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Population Density
639 per sq. mi.

Pratts Corner

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This neighborhood of Easton is home to the Wheaton Farm Conservation Area, which contains a 2.5-mile intersecting loop trail, part of which takes you past scenic views of the reservoir. Access to the trail is via Bay Road, and there is free parking available. Your leashed pooch will love the parts of the walk through and around the marshy wetlands where amphibians, as well as deer and smaller mammals can be found. The terrain is easy for when you’re in the mood for a walk or run, but don’t want to climb over boulders or tree roots. You’ll pass fields of spinach and other plants along the working farm section and can enjoy the trails year-round. Pawsome!

Winnecunnet/ Cranes Station

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Population Density
539 per sq. mi.

Winnecunnet/ Cranes Station

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This neighborhood in Norton, just southwest of Easton, is where you’ll find the Blueberry Knoll Wildlife Area. This 33-acre parcel contains a walking path along an old dirt road that leads you and your leashed pup through both wet and dry woods to a detention pond that has been planted with native wetland plants. Along the way, you may see field mice and other small mammals, and in the wetter areas you’ll find amphibians in season. If you’re interested in exploring further into the woods, there are cart paths that will lead you in and back out. You and Fido will enjoy this easy, bucolic, pawrrific walk! 

Norton Town Center

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Population Density
779 per sq. mi.

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Norton’s Town Center neighborhood is home to leashed pup-friendly Woodward Forest, 150 acres of mixed woods featuring a small meadow, a path along the Three-Mile River, and a vernal pool. The established trail system total is about 3.5 miles of looped paths that will let you and Fido experience many types of wildflowers and native plants and trees, along with small animals and amphibians in season. If you’re staying in the area, be sure to check into the Extended Stay America on Washington Street, a dog-friendly hotel that will provide a comfortable studio room for you and your furry bestie for a small additional fee. Woof!