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Reviewed by Julia N. on 10/04/2017

"Sandra is fantastic! She has a great demeanor with my dog and provides valuable feedback on her daily report card "

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Dog Areas in Boyds

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The unincorporated community of Boyds in rural Montgomery County is a unique place  to find some peace and quiet with your pup, with picturesque views of Little Seneca Lake. Fairly remote from Washington, D.C. (about 20 miles north), the place is surrounded by multiple recreation areas and a few major cities such as Germantown and Gaithersburg, which are home to pet-friendly eateries, shops, and about 14 veterinary clinics combined.

Black Hill Regional Dog Park, located within Black Hill Regional Park, is a nice spot for dog owners in Boyds. The dog park is a fenced, off-leash extension of the 2,200-acre park, which features multi-purpose nature trails and a host of water activities on Little Seneca Lake. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the entire park, but owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pooches.

About 5 minutes to the south of Boyds, Germantown should be your first destination for more pet-friendly opportunities and fun! Ridge Road Recreational Dog Park is a cool spot to stretch your legs, socialize with puppy peers, and treat Fido to a doggie dinner date! Several Germantown restaurants welcome canine customers, including Potbelly Sandwich Shop, offering soups, salads, and amazing sandwiches!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Boyds

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    Population Density 10,234/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Gaithersburg

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    Gaithersburg’s downtown area is a bustling commercial area that welcomes plenty of tourists daily. Surprisingly enough, downtown is a pet-friendly place where you can finally get out of your car and let your puppy stretch his legs at Dog Park Equipment, a small, but clean and well-maintained exercise area for pooches. There are walking trails and a grassy open space for playing and running off-leash, as well as shaded benches and drinking water facilities. This park is easy to miss if you're passing through the area, so make sure to follow along West Diamond Avenue once you have crossed Washington National Pike.
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    Population Density 2,020/sq mi

    #2 Sam Eig Highway

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    Sam Eig Highway runs throughout the southern part of Gaithersburg and will lead you to the conveniently located Green Park, set not far from a busy commercial area with drive-thrus, cafes, and convenience stores. The park features multiple walking trails as well as a fenced dog park. Green Park Dog Exercise Area is a lovely spot split into two sections. One section is covered in grass, while the other has a gravel terrain. Both areas feature shaded seating and drinking water facilities. If you want to treat your pup with something new, pay a visit to Ted’s Bulletin, a casual eatery with a hometown atmosphere and classic American fare. The outdoor tables welcome doggie diners.

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    Population Density 7,352/sq mi

    #3 Wheaton Crest

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    Wheaton Crest, a northern neighborhood of Silver Spring and a part of Wheaton-Glenmont area in Maryland, has multiple recreation areas and outdoor opportunities for tourists and visitors with dogs. Wheaton Regional Park is a county public park with a playground, carousel, nature center, walking trails, picnic areas and a dog park. The dog park is hidden west of the main area and welcomes canine visitors daily from dawn to dusk. The dog park features a double-gated security system, so no need to worry about your little tearaway running off. Get ready to socialize a lot -- the park is pawpular with the locals, so Fido is sure to make plenty of new furry friends here!

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    Population Density 1,991/sq mi

    #4 Wildwood Hills

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    The northern outskirts of Bethesda, Maryland are home to an amazing place for you and Fido to play the day away: Cabin John Regional Park. Surrounding Cabin John Village and located adjacent to part of Tilden Woods Local Park, this pawesome park features multiple walking trails, two creeks, access to the water, and a dog park to have some off-leash fun! Organized within the natural landscape, this fenced playground features a simple, man-made obstacle course made of rocks to climb on and jump off, as well as a wood-chip cover and some grassy, shaded spots to catch a breath between exercises and chases.

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    Population Density 11,292/sq mi

    #5 North Takoma Park

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    Takoma Park, Maryland, a nice and cozy city to the southwest of Silver Spring, welcomes you to explore its recreational areas with your pup! Start with a simple leashed walk in Heffner Park, one of the best places to find local dog owners walking their pooches in the morning. Then, pay a visit to Takoma Park Dog Park, a fenced facility with grass, gravel, and paved walking trails for playing off-leash with furry friends and having a blast! Pet parents can sit back, relax, and supervise their pups at play while chatting with some of the other dog owners who frequent this furrific park.

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