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Melissa
Melissa
Reviewed by Evan C. on 08/09/2017

"Melissa is great she was able to get Moose to walk around the block for the first time!!"

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Melissa
Melissa
Reviewed by Eric J. on 07/20/2017

"Melissa did a great job with Lucy! Very reliable! Definitely would recommend her to everyone!"

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Dog Areas in Weston, MA

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2 Eateries

When you’re in Weston, it’s easy to find fun things to do with your dog! This Massachusetts city has a huge off-leash dog park, and it also has many parks where you can walk your dog on-leash. If your dog needs to see a veterinarian, there’s one highly-rated clinic in Weston.

For a beautiful walk with your pup, head over to the Weston Reservoir Conservation Area. Dogs are welcome on-leash in this conservation area, which is home to a trail that goes along the Weston Reservoir. The trail is surrounded by dense forest, keeping it shady and cool on hot summer days. You and your pup will both have a great time walking on this trail!

Beaver Brook Reservation is another great place to go hiking with your dog on-leash. This 59-acre reservation is about 10 miles from Weston, in Belmont, and features open fields and woodland areas. There’s also a stunning waterfall in the northern section of the park. You and your pup will both love spending time in this park and in all the other furtastic parks in and around Weston!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Weston, MA

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    Population Density 686/sq mi

    #1 Hastings

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    Hastings is home to the popular Cat Rock Park. Dogs are allowed off-leash throughout this whole 130-acre park. Hike the park’s trails with your furry best friend at your side, and enjoy the park’s lovely meadows, beautiful forests, and diverse wildlife. For stunning views, climb up to the summit of Cat Rock, which is about 334 feet above sea level. After your hike, you and your pup can both cool down with a dip in Hobbs Brook or Hobbs Pond. Bring your pup some water and some doggy bags, and have a woof-derful day hiking around this great off-leash park! 

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    Population Density 685/sq mi

    #2 Boston Post Road

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    If you’re looking for a place to take a leisurely stroll with your pup, head over to Lanson Park. This neighborhood park is a popular place to walk dogs on-leash, and it features flat, paved trails that go through grassy fields and between groves of trees. Your pup will love sniffing around this park! When you’re finished with your walk, take your pup over to Bruegger’s Bagels for a bagel, sandwich, soup, or salad. Dogs are welcome at this deli’s three outdoor tables. Bring your pup their own treat to enjoy while you eat, or order them a tasty side of bacon.

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    Population Density 11,300/sq mi

    #3 East Arlington

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    Looking for a pawesome off-leash dog run? Head over to Thorndike Field in East Arlington. Located about 12 miles from Weston, this dog park has tons of equipment for your dog to play on, including tunnels, ramps, and climbable stone structures. There’s also a separate area for small and shy dogs, and there are doggy water fountains available. As your pup plays, you can sit and watch on one of the park’s shady benches. After exploring the dog park, continue your fun day out with lunch at Commune Kitchen. This restaurant welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables, and they serve delicious pizzas, tartines, and pastries. 

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    Population Density 44,764/sq mi

    #4 South End

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    Boston’s South End neighborhood has a furrific off-leash area, Carleton Court Dog Park. This dog park is about 15 miles from Weston, and it offers a large, fenced-in space where your dog can run around and make friends. If your dog gets thirsty while they’re playing, you can use the park’s hose to fill your pup’s water bowl. When your dog is all finished playing with their new friends, treat them to lunch at one of the many dog-friendly restaurants in South End. For delicious brick-oven pizza, head over to Nicole’s Pizza, and sit at one of their dog-friendly outdoor tables. Or, if you’re in the mood for classic French cuisine, check out Petit Robert Bistro. Dogs are welcome at this bistro’s outdoor tables, and your server will bring your pup a bowl of water.

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    Population Density 2,410/sq mi

    #5 Woodland Road

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    If you want to let your pup run off-leash, head over to Sheepfold in Stoneham, which is about 20 miles from Weston. This off-leash area is located inside the huge Middlesex Fells Reservation, and features a large field where your pup can run around and play with other dogs. The field isn’t fenced in, so be sure to keep your pup under voice control. Be sure to bring water for yourself and your pooch, as well as some waste baggies for cleaning up. After your dog is finished running, put them back on their leash and take them for a walk on one of Middlesex Fells Reservation’s trails. These trails go around beautiful lakes and reservoirs, providing amazing views.

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