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Dog Areas in Baltimore Highlands

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Baltimore Highlands is directly south of the city of Baltimore. It is found east of Patterson Park and just north of Highlandtown.  This small incorporated community is popular with commuters who want to be close to downtown but need a little more space for Sparky and Spot to get some exercise and fresh air. The area is a part of Lansdowne in Baltimore County. You will find three animal hospitals nearby with friendly and welcoming staff that will make sure your dog is in tip-top shape. Baltimore Highlands is just minutes away from the Inner Harbor, which is popular with visitors and locals alike.

Residents of Baltimore Highlands need to keep their pups on-leash at all times and make sure you have updated vaccination records or a rabies tag with you on longer outings at the local green spaces. You are sure to encounter many other dogs while you are walking through this pupperific town, so make sure Buddy is on his best barking behavior and be ready to reward him with a tasty treat after a busy day. With Cherry Hill and Downtown Baltimore just a few minutes away, you are sure to have a wonderful time exploring this Baltimore town!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Baltimore Highlands

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    Population Density 3,870/sq mi

    #1 Baltimore Highlands Central

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    Baltimore Highlands Central is home to Hillcrest Park, a well-known green space found just minutes from Downtown. If you need a place with plenty of room to run around, you will love this simply but well-kept park. It is the pawfect spot to through around a Frisbee or a tennis ball. You can also throw down a picnic blanket and have lunch or read a book with your pup rolling around next to you. Just make sure you clean up after your pet before you leave to head onto the rest of your day’s adventures. You will also want to keep some treats in your pocket to coax your little one to leave after such a fun day!
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    Population Density 3,870/sq mi

    #2 Lansdowne

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    Lansdowne is just minutes to the west of Baltimore Highlands. It is another popular commuter neighborhood with plenty of green spaces in between the housing developments and apartment homes. There are also several green parks and creeks that you will encounter during your walks through this area. The neighborhood is largely residential and close to several major highways, so there is a lot of traffic throughout the day. This makes a good leash a necessity while walking your dog in Lansdowne. You will find plenty of grass to keep your dog’s nose occupied while you take in the sights and fresh air.
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    Population Density 3,870/sq mi

    #3 Cherry Hill Park

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    Cherry Hill Park is a residential neighborhood with a stunning view of the harbor. It has its own namesake park right in the middle of the town, and there are plenty of hills and rolling areas full of soft grass that is simply pawfect for a walk or a jog with Fido. You will have to keep your dog on-leash, but he won’t mind as long as you keep it moving through this pawesome place full of sights and smells and plenty of squirrels! Just don’t forget the waste bags so you can clean up after him before you head back home for the evening.

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    Population Density 3,870/sq mi

    #4 Lakeland

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    Lakeland is a small residential area with plenty of apartment homes and townhome communities. There is plenty of room for dog walking in this scenic neighborhood close to many schools and public green spaces. You will need to keep your dog on-leash in Lakeland and be prepared to make many bark buddies on your travels through the neighborhood. You will need your waste bags, and you will probably want to bring a blanket in case you want to relax in the grass for a little while before heading back home with your tuckered out pup. Just don’t forget to clean up after your dog before leaving!
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    Population Density 3,870/sq mi

    #5 Brooklyn Park

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    Brooklyn Park is a neighborhood just southeast of Baltimore Highlands. It is right on the other side of the Patapsco River and has plenty of well-watered grass that is pupperific for rolling and playing in with some tennis balls or a Frisbee. You will find plenty of paths to explore with your dog in Brooklyn Park, a furrific green space that's just perfect for walkies. Many apartments in this neighborhood have breed restrictions, so you will want to be aware of those regulations if you are planning on moving into the area with your canine companion. Just make sure you keep your pup on-leash while out and about and be ready to make plenty of new friends.

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