Hi, I'm Eddie! I grew up in Boston with an american bulldog and bullmastiff and now live in Randolph with a shiba inu named Snookie. My grandmother always has had dogs, so I was always around them growing up. I started walking and sitting for her when I was around 8 years old and still do! I have experience with dogs of all sizes and ages, from a 4 week old dachshund puppy to a fully grown bullmastiff. I love meeting new dogs, as each dog has their own personality. I am an active member in the zumba fitness community and can provide your dog with the best walks. I will treat your dog with love and respect and I will make sure you a great experience with Wag!
Randolph is a suburban city in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, located 15 miles south of Boston. Your dog will love visiting here with you, as there is plenty to see and do for you both. There is an animal hospital in town for peace of mind, so you can relax and enjoy your time visiting this lovely place.
In downtown, there are several pet-friendly places to eat, including Chipotle Mexican Grill, LaScala Ristorante and Fresser’s Delicatessen. Each of these places allows pups to join their owners at one of the outdoor tables, so you can relax and enjoy your meal with your buddy by your side.
For a walk not too far from town, visit Power’s Farm, where you can take your pup on-lead along the trail and boardwalk through the cedars. This 14-acre community park also offers a picnic pavilion and a playground, making it the perfect whole-family outing.
The Lokitis Conservation Area and the South Randolph Conservation Area are worth visiting, but remember to keep your dog on a lead, as they are protected areas. When visiting here, bring your own water, food and clean up bags.
Whether it’s walks, puppy park plays or eating out, you and your furry companion are sure to enjoy your visit to Randolph.
The Blue Hills Reservation in nearby Milton will give you and your pet a full day out exploring and hiking. This area is huge, featuring over 7,000 acres of pristine, natural woodland and over 125 miles of trails. There are many paths you can take with varying levels of difficulty, so it really is a choose-you-own-adventure up here! Start out at Houghton’s Pond, where you have the option to walk the trail around the water. There are toilets available here, ample parking, a beach area and a snack bar. If you are heading out for more walks, take your water and food, and seek out Eliot’s Tower for a little rest stop with a view.