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Christianne
Christianne
Reviewed by Thomas N. on 09/19/2017

"She was so great! My dog is nervous meeting new people but Christianne was awesome and Masha warmed up to her within minutes."

1.58 mi
34m
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Melissa
Melissa
Reviewed by Jasmine C. on 09/19/2017

"Amazing job! Super detailed description of the whole visit with our pup. No doubt she had a great visit!"

1.31 mi
31m
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John
John
Reviewed by Elizabeth J. on 09/19/2017

"John helped Parker with his leash training! Seems like they had a great time. "

1.54 mi
30m
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Hope
Hope
Reviewed by Alyssa M. on 09/18/2017

"Thank you so much for a great walk. Sorry I didn't put her towel out -- kitchen towel is fine, and thanks for letting me know which one. Great job handling her with other dogs -- exactly as her training has been. I can tel she likes you since she responded so well. "

1.03 mi
35m
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Avonlea
Avonlea
Reviewed by Tiffany N. on 09/18/2017

"She was very courteous and friendly. She handled our dog very well. Would highly recommend."

1.65 mi
31m
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Stacy
Stacy
Reviewed by Margaret N. on 09/16/2017

"Stacy is da bomb! My dog can be a real asshole and he came home happy as can be. She rocks! "

3.77 mi
31m
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Seth
Seth
Reviewed by Allison J. on 09/15/2017

"Awesome guy! He worked with me and gave me the opportunity to get my homework done, which is hard for a grad student! Ari is so tired and loved him"

2.27 mi
62m
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John
John
Reviewed by Jacqueline B. on 09/15/2017

"John is our favorite Wag walker! He always takes Aspen on a fun route/to the park (rather than just staying around the block, which gets a bit boring for her). Since hitting 6 months old, Aspen has also decided that tearing apart her puppy pads is super fun/has started to "miss" when going potty, and John always cleans up after my crazy girl. He's the best!! "

3.50 mi
67m
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Lyndsay
Lyndsay
Reviewed by Vanessa L. on 09/14/2017

"We love Lyndsay! She is always on time and give us a very detailed report/videos. "

1.50 mi
60m
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Brittany
Brittany
Reviewed by Jennifer L. on 09/11/2017

"Brittney was great, did the longest walk Stella has ever gotten by a Wag walker. Thanks!"

3.07 mi
32m
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Dog Areas in Baltimore, MD

8 Trails
29 Eateries
34 Groomers

As the largest city in Maryland and 26th most populous city in the United States, with 622,000 residents, just behind Boston, Baltimore has many attractions for both humans and pets alike. It is comprised of hundreds of districts, each with its own unique identity, and offers plenty of recreational options to its residents.

One of these is Patterson Park, a beautiful park with roots that wind deep into American history. The park offers a view of the harbor, an ice skating rink, and a swimming pool for visitors, as well as paths where pet owners and their dogs can walk together. For off-leash fun, the attached dog park is great for friendly dogs of all sizes.

If you and your dog are more interested in hiking, the nearby Patapsco State Park is well worth a visit. This 16,043-acre park runs along the Patapsco River and is a wonderful place for dogs and their families to camp, swim, and fish.

For dogs that need to be handled with a bit more care, the Locust Point Dog Park has separate hours dedicated to smaller or older animals. This allows your dog to get some peaceful play time without having to worry about rowdier pups. Baltimore is full of options, which means you and your dog are bound to find a park that suits your moods.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Baltimore, MD

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    Population Density 5,020/sq mi

    #1 Canton

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    The Canton neighborhood in Baltimore offers a tail waggin’ good time for pups. You and your pooch can enjoy a stroll along Baltimore’s harbor at the Canton Waterfront Park. Dogs are always welcomed at the park as long as they are on a leash. Maybe you’re looking for more of an free roaming experience? Canton has that, too! You and your dog can visit the Canton Dog Park for some off-leash fun. This dog park is fully fenced and has separate areas for small and big dogs and plenty of shade. Canton is the perfect place for scenic leash walks and fun off leash play.
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    Population Density 9,770/sq mi

    #2 Federal Hill Park

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    Does your dog’s tail wag at the thought of being a city dog? Then he or she will love the feel of Federal Hill. Federal Hill is located close to Baltimore’s central business district and is known as one of the most scenic areas in Baltimore. In fact, your pup can enjoy the pawfect view during their walk at Federal Hill Park. This public park offers over 10 acres of scenic views. You’ll also be able to enjoy the historic feel combined with a jaw dropping view of the harbor. While in this dog-friendly neighborhood, you and your dog can also stop at one of Baltimore’s top restaurants, Regi’s American Bistro.
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    Population Density 3,370/sq mi

    #3 Locust Point

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    Locust Point is home to one of the most popular parks in Baltimore, Latrobe Park. Latrobe Park offers great amenities such as playgrounds and tennis and basketball courts. But, the best part about the park is, of course, the Locust Point Dog Park. In fact, this dog park offers a super cool waterslide for the dog who wants an extra pawsome experience! Although one of Baltimore’s more popular dog parks, they set aside two times every day specifically for senior and small pups. While in Locust Point, if you’re looking to grab a small bite to eat or even an alcoholic beverage, you’ll want to check out 1157 Bar and Kitchen. This dog-friendly eatery offers the perfect serving for a midday snack.
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    Population Density 19,260/sq mi

    #4 Patterson Park

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    Patterson Park East is known as one of Baltimore’s most dog-friendly neighborhoods. The main reason behind the tail waggin’ fun Patterson Park East offers is, well, Patterson Park. Patterson Park has 137 acres of fun for you and your dog. The sidewalks make this park great for a quick jog with your pooch. Then, of course, there’s the fenced in dog park that is perfect for that game of fetch. The Patterson Park dog park also offers ample social opportunities for your loveable, best furry friend-- not to mention a beautiful view of the lake where you will find mallard ducks, great blue herons, and great egrets.

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    Population Density 11,270/sq mi

    #5 Highlandtown

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    Highlandtown in Baltimore, although small, gets two paws up! You’ll find the Patterson Park Dog Park nestled in this neighborhood. The Patterson Park Dog Park offers off leash fun for your favorite pup. As well as a separate area for dogs who are elderly. The park even hosts tail waggin’ fun in October with its BARCstoberfest. BARCstoberfest is a day full of fun for you and pooch. It even includes a 5K race. The best part is that this event helps benefit the largest animal shelter in Maryland! With the dog-friendly atmosphere it offers, Highlandtown will leave you and your dog feeling right at home.
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