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Noah
Reviewed by Christine R. on 09/05/2017

"Noah really understands the need of rescued pups. Marty was happy and tired. Thank you Noah. Hope to see you again. "

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Dog Areas in West Roxbury

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With a population of over 30,000, West Roxbury is so much more than "just" a neighborhood in Boston. It's practically a city of its own with many thriving industries and fun events within it. Massachusetts is a gorgeous state known for its picturesque landscapes, and in West Roxbury, you'll be right in the heart of so much of the action that makes Boston so special. West Roxbury has its own selection of veterinary hospitals, and if you branch out into the greater Boston area, you'll find paw-lenty more vets who will take great care of your beloved pups.

In the southern end of West Roxbury, there's a restaurant called Fairouz, and on warm and sunny days they welcome dogs at one of their several outdoor tables. They dish up Mediterranean and American cuisine like pizza, pasta, shankleesh, labneh, and baba ghannouj. Don't miss out on eating at this great West Roxbury spot before you head out on foot to explore the rest of Boston with your canine companion! West Roxbury is a bustling community with so many opportunities for fun and adventure that don't require leaving your dog at home when you head out.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Roxbury

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    Population Density 32,821/sq mi

    #1 South End

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    South End is an area of Boston known for its Victorian homes and trendy dining district. It's also only a 24-minute drive from West Roxbury, and it's where you'll find Peter's Park. Peter's Park is an off-leash dog park with over 13,000 sq. feet perfect for energetic dogs to run around in, and this area includes a 3,000 sq. foot small dog area. The park has benches for resting on, water fountains and rinsing stations, and even rock obstacles for dogs looking for an extra challenge. The park is known for being well-maintained, and they offer waste bags to make sure it stays this way!
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    Population Density 527/sq mi

    #2 Hastings

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    It may be called Cat Rock Park, but this off-leash park in Weston, Massachusetts is a paradise for dogs! Luckily, it's only a 20-minute drive from West Roxbury. This park allows off-leash dogs, but it's important you know the entire park isn't fenced, so if you choose to let your dog off their leash here, they should have good recall skills. The park features wooded trails and a swimming pond along with a big, open play area. Cat Rock Park is an ideal spot for getting a quick hike in with your dog, and there's a variety of routes depending on how much of a workout you and your pooch are up for.
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    Population Density 754/sq mi

    #3 Bennett Ave

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    Wrentham is a Massachusetts town of just over 10,000 people, and it's only a half-hour drive from West Roxbury. On Bennett Ave in Wrentham, you'll find the town's off-leash dog park. Wrentham Dog Park is an approximately 15-acre park, and you'll be hard-pressed to find another off-leash park of this size in the Boston area. The park has a reputation for being frequented by very friendly dogs and humans, so you and your pet are sure to make a friend or two along the way. Wrentham Dog Park also offers water bowls and waste bags for park users.
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    Population Density 29,725/sq mi

    #4 Back Bay

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    Back Bay is a shopping and dining district in Boston that's only about a 20-minute drive from West Roxbury. The neighborhood also has plenty of extravagant brick town-homes on its tree-lined streets that make for nice scenery when you're out on a walk with your dog. If you're looking for an off-leash adventure in the area, check out the Carleton Court Dog Park. The ground at this park is similar to a tennis court, so you don't have to worry about muddy paws. It also features a hose and water bowls to keep thirsty pups hydrated.
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    Population Density 13,880/sq mi

    #5 North Cambridge

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    North Cambridge is a neighborhood in Cambridge, which is just north of Boston. Fresh Pond Reservation is a 162-acre park in North Cambridge, only a half-hour drive from West Roxbury. There is space for dogs to play off their leash here, but there are other parts where they must be leashed, so pay close attention to the signage at the park. There are two ponds in the park, and many dogs love to take a dip in them on hot days. The trails within the reservation are paved, plowed on snowy days, and there is plenty of shade along the way to keep you cool on hot days.
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