Dog walking in Sherborn

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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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Hi, my name's Roberto! I've been passionate about caring for animals ever since I got my first dog, a beagle, as a kid. When I'm not spending time with my Boxer puppy, Billy, I love hiking, reading, and exploring downtown!

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Dog Walking in Sherborn

Sherborn, Massachusetts was founded all the way back in 1674. In the time it’s been around, it has grown from a small farming community to a bustling suburban town. Modern-day Sherborn is also a very dog-friendly city, with parks where you can bring your pup as well as dog-friendly restaurants. While there aren’t any veterinary clinics in Sherborn, there is one in Sherborn’s neighboring town of Ashland.

For a great day out with your dog, head over to Ashland State Park in Ashland, where dogs are welcome on-leash.  This 470-acre park has a large reservoir with a trail that loops around it, providing amazing views. You and your dog will both love this scenic hike!

The Grove Conservation Land is another furtastic place to go with your favorite pup. This conservation area is in Marlboro, about 15 miles from Sherborn, and it allows dogs on-leash. It features hiking trails that go through beautiful wooded areas and along the scenic Fort Meadow Reservoir. Bring a picnic to enjoy on the reservoir’s shore and have a fun day out with your dog.

Sherborn and its surrounding area have tons of parks where you can hike or relax with your dog. Sherborn is perfect for every pup! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sherborn

South Main Street

48
Population Density
131 per sq. mi.

South Main Street

48

This neighborhood is home to one of Sherborn’s most popular parks, Rocky Narrows. Here, you and your dog can hike on trails that will take you onto beautiful overlooks. From these overlooks, you’ll get stunning views of forests and the Charles River. Dogs are allowed on-leash in this great park. If it’s hot out, cool down after your hike with a tasty treat at C & L Frosty. This casual eatery has two dog-friendly outdoor tables, and they serve classic all-American fare, like burgers and fries. For dessert, they have delicious ice cream cones.

Lincoln Street

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,084 per sq. mi.

Lincoln Street

36

For a pawesome off-leash dog area, head over to Franklin Dog Park. This dog park is about 10 miles from Sherborn, and it has a double-gated entrance to keep your pup safe and secure. Inside the park, there’s a large mulch field where your dog can run around and make new friends. There are doggy bags available for your dog, but there's no running water, so it’s best to bring a water bottle or two with you. Bring a Frisbee or your dog’s favorite toy, and have a furrific time at this neighborhood dog park!

Edmands Road

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,235 per sq. mi.

Edmands Road

24

This Framingham neighborhood is home to the 820-acre Callahan State Park, which is about 10 miles from Sherborn. Here, dogs are allowed off-leash through most of the park. The only places your dog has to be on leash are in the parking lot and on trails that are adjacent to private property. Besides that, your pup is free to roam around off-leash while under voice control. If your dog like splashing in the water, they’re also allowed to swim in this park’s beautiful pond. Bring some water for you and your dog, and have a great time exploring Callahan State Park’s seven miles of trails!

Bacon Street

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
8,260 per sq. mi.

Bacon Street

12

For another fun off-leash dog run, head over to Watertown Dog Park. This fenced-in dog park is about 18 miles from Sherborn, and it has separate large and small dog areas. Both areas feature grassy fields where your pup will have plenty of space to run around. The park also has plenty of doggy bags and water for your pup. If you want to go out to eat with your dog after the dog park, head to Wild Willy’s. This casual restaurant has dog-friendly outdoor tables, and they serve burgers, crispy hand-cut fries, and classic milkshakes.

Inner Belt

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
19,805 per sq. mi.

Inner Belt

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Somerville’s Inner Belt neighborhood is home to the popular Zero New Washington Dog Park, which is about 25 miles from Sherborn. This large off-leash area has plenty of space for dogs to run around, and it’s also full of fun equipment for dogs to play on. Your dog can run up the park’s ramps, climb on its stone structures, or go through the park’s numerous tunnels. While your dog is playing, you can sit under one of the park’s shady gazebos. If you or your dog get thirsty, there are human and dog water fountains available. This park is the perfect place to spend the day with your dog!

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