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Dog Areas in West Newton

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West Newton is a small area in the larger city of Newton, Massachusetts. You won’t find any vet clinics here, but Newton itself has four, and the surrounding areas have several. If you’re looking for a puptastic time in West Newton, you can always check out Wellington Park, a local favorite for sporting areas, walking paths, and beautiful greenery. Your leashed pup is welcome!

For some more furrific fun, you’ll want to travel just a few miles outside of West Newton, which is less than a 20-minute drive from Boston! Even on the way to Boston, there’s plenty to do if you stop in places like Allston or Brookline. In Allston, visit Mansfield Street Dog Park, a puptacular outdoor area for running, playing and socializing. In Brookline, you’ll have tons of parks to choose from, like Margaret E. Robinson Playground, a public park with designated off-leash hours.

In Boston, your options are virtually endless! Take a City Water Taxi with your pooch, which lets you travel between Boston piers water-style. Visit Boston Common, the city’s most famous outdoor space, for your dog to play in the off-leash area. And, you can even take Rover on the Freedom Trail for some historic fun. 

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    Population Density 23,860/sq mi

    #1 Harvard Avenue


    If you’re looking for dog parks galore, you’ll want to visit Harvard Avenue, a neighborhood in Brookline, MA that’s about nine miles from West Newton. This neighborhood has four parks meant for dogs to have fun in the great outdoors. At Emerson Garden, your pooch can play off his leash during designated hours, from dawn to 9 a.m. Griggs Park and Lotta Bradburn Shick Park also have designated off-leash hours for pups. But all three parks also allow your leashed dog to play any time of day – just clean up after him! Or, head to Brookline Avenue Playground, a designated dog park that’s fully-fenced for off-leash fun.

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    Population Density 20,604/sq mi

    #2 Longwood


    Just over nine miles from West Newton is the Longwood neighborhood of Brookline, MA. Right on the outskirts of Boston and practically next to Fenway Park, this pawesome neighborhood is one you won’t want to miss. First, stop at Amory Playground, a public park that offers designated off-leash hours for some furrific fun. You can also visit some dog-friendly restaurants located right near the Charles River, like Otto, serving up pizzas and other Italian favorites. Or, head to Sunset Cantina, a local favorite in the summer with its large outdoor seating area and delicious margaritas. Your favorite pooch is welcome to pull up a seat next to you outside.

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    Population Density 3,191/sq mi

    #3 North Brighton


    North Brighton in Brighton, MA is just about 7.7 miles from West Newton. This furrific neighborhood has two incredible parks that your four-legged friend will go mutts for. Rogers Park is one of them, a public park that allows dogs on their leashes to walk, run, and play with their owners. Or, if you want a park that’s made just for doggies, take your pup to Hunnewell Park. This fenced area has beautiful grass for dogs to play in, and offers just the right amount of space for a day of exercise and fun. If you’re hungry, head to Dash Café, which offers outdoor seating for you and a fuzzy friend.

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    Population Density 7,686/sq mi

    #4 Bemis


    Bemis in Watertown, MA is just over two miles from West Newton. You and your dog will love the puptastic Watertown Dog Park in this neighborhood. It’s small, but cozy, and has full fencing around its perimeter to keep your little runner safe. Also in the neighborhood is Wild Willy’s, one of Watertown’s most popular spots for American foods you crave, from burgers and fries to salads and chili! The restaurant allows dogs to join their owners at the outdoor tables. Or, visit Branch Line, an Italian bistro that offers an upscale dining experience and has outdoor tables for you and your pooch. 

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    Population Density 1,072/sq mi

    #5 Cedarwood


    Only 6.4 miles from West Newton, MA is the Cedarwood neighborhood of Waltham, MA. This area is located only a few miles from Boston and is a good place to stop for a bite to eat with your furry friend. Here, you can choose from several pawesome restaurants that allow dogs to dine with their owners, like Taqueria Mexico, an excellent place to eat some authentic Mexican fare. Lizzy’s Ice Cream is also here, providing you and your pup a terrific place to grab some yummy homemade ice cream in a variety of flavors at one of the outdoor paw-friendly tables.

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