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Reviewed by Joseph E. on 09/04/2017

"Thanks Signe, you were great and velvet liked you a lot! Hope to See you again soon . "

1.06 mi
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Signe
Reviewed by Kevin T. on 08/23/2017

"Thanks a bunch for walking so much with her and making sure she went to the bathroom and had fun saying hi to other dogs and people!"

1.52 mi
35m
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Dog Areas in Roxbury, MA

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Now a neighborhood of Boston, Roxbury is a dissolved municipality located in Massachusetts. For those of us not familiar with government zoning jargon, here’s what that means. Although Roxbury was originally considered a unique city with its own governing bodies, in 1868, it was officially turned over to the city of Boston. This was a smart move for the city, considering this gave its residents access to all the benefits of Boston.

Residents can still get those benefits today! If you’re out and about looking for things to do with your canine companion, the heart of Boston is just a hop, skip, and a jump away! There are numerous restaurants where your pup can dine with you, and there’s also a nice selection of dog parks. If you’re looking for the perfect vet for your dog, you have many different options to choose from; pet owners only want the best for their fur baby, so it’s important to find a vet that works best for your family. There’s also an emergency vet clinic nearby, which is open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Although the city is now a neighborhood, it certainly hasn’t downsized. Make sure to swing by!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Roxbury, MA

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    Population Density 13,187/sq mi

    #1 South Boston

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    If you’re looking to have a fun time with your dog while letting him enjoy some time off his leash, head to the appropriately South Boston Dog Park, located in – you guessed it – South Boston! This spacious park has tunnels so your dog can have some serious fun exploring. There’s plenty of seating for dog moms and dads. Water and waste disposal bags aren’t provided, so you’ll want to be sure to bring along your own. Your dog must be licensed to use this park; locals say this rule is strictly enforced. There are also a couple of dog-friendly restaurants in the neighborhood.

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    Population Density 30,328/sq mi

    #2 Back Bay

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    Every dog owner knows that socialization is the key to raising a well-behaved dog, and if you’re looking for a chance to brush up on that, head to Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood! This popular section of the city has several dog-friendly stores, including Lush, Apple, and Lucky Brand. There are also a few different options to choose from when you’re ready to eat. The best part? Your dog can then have some off-leash fun at Carleton Court Dog Park. Make sure to bring along waste disposal bags and water. Enjoy a pawesome day out with your four-legged friend!

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    Population Density 22,292/sq mi

    #3 Griggs Park

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    The nearby Griggs Park, located in Brookline, is only about three miles away from Roxbury, and it’s certainly worth the trip. Although it isn’t technically a dog park, Griggs Park does allow for your dog to have some fun off his leash from dawn until one o’clock in the afternoon. This means that your dog will have plenty of room to run around and get in his daily exercise! Because this isn’t a dog park, though, you’ll definitely want to bring your own water and waste disposal bags. Griggs Park also attracts many different kinds of people, including children, so make sure your dog is friendly to everyone!

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    Population Density 13,322/sq mi

    #4 Allston

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    Boston’s Allston neighborhood, located about twenty minutes from Roxbury, is home to Mansfield Street Dog Park. Locals claim that although this dog park is on the smaller side, there’s still plenty of room for your pooch to run around and play a nice game of tag with other dogs, or fetch with you! Knowing that rain is frequent, it was decided that this dog park would use pebbles instead of grass, so if you and your furry friend aren’t afraid of a little bit of water, don’t let a rainy day keep you from playing!

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    Population Density 21,065/sq mi

    #5 Cambridgeport

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    Less than five miles from Roxbury is Cambridge’s Cambridgeport neighborhood, and if the beautiful location isn’t enough to draw you there, maybe Pacific Street Dog Park will do the trick! This fenced-in dog park allows your dog to have some fun off his leash. Bring along Fido’s favorite toy, but make sure he’s willing to share it with his new canine friends. Locals warn that Pacific Street Dog Park does tend to flood when it rains, so keep that in mind before you go. You’ll want to bring along your own water and waste disposal bags. 

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