Hello, my name is Terrell. I am 23 years old and a part time student studying to become a paramedic. I joined the navy after my first year of college. Im originally from D.C. but I have lived in several states throughout my life. I'm a big animal lover, I grew up with animals my whole life from dogs, to cats, reptiles, hamsters, and a horse. My family owned large dogs so I have a lot of experience with larger breeds but love smaller dogs as well. I look forward to meeting you and your dog!
Brentwood is a small town located less than 1 mile away from Washington D.C. Brentwood lacks pet-friendly facilities; however, its neighbors have plenty for you and Fido to see and do! You're welcome to enjoy amenities, walking trails and parks in Hyattsville, Bladensburg and Colman Manor. Hyattsville is a great place to chow down with your chow hound, as it's home to many pet-friendly restaurants. There are two veterinary hospitals in the Brentwood area, one in Brentwood itself and another one in North Brentwood.
Start your adventures in the surrounding areas of Brentwood with a mutts-needed hike! Hyattsville is a hub of many rail-trails running throughout Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties, including the Northwest Branch Trail between Hyattsville and Silver Spring. This is about 7 miles of diverse landscape and woodlands, and suits perfectly for beginner hikers. Anacostia Tributary Trail System is another collective trial path. This one is a natural challenge for advanced hikers. This trail stretches for more than 30 miles from Wheaton-Glenmont to Colmar Manor. Be sure to bring plenty of water and waste bags for your excursions in and around Brentwood!
Bladensburg Waterfront Park in the southern part of Bladensburg is an amazing green retreat nestled on the banks of Anacostia River. Adventurous pooches are welcome to join their masters for a nice leashed walk on a paved waterside trail. You'll see plenty of people boating here -- some of the friendly locals may even wave to you and Fido from the water! If you want some hiking fun, Anacostia River Trail is a furrific place to enjoy a quiet walk near the Maryland-DC border. Along the way, you and Fido will see a variety of landscapes and a mixture of forest and open space near the shoreline.
West Hyattsville is a small neighborhood bordered by Northwest Branch Anacostia River and Kirkwood Neighborhood Park. At the intersection of Nicholson Street and Ager Road, you'll spot the pawfect place to play! Heurich Dog Park is a basic dog park with two separate areas where large and small breeds can make some furry friends their own size. The small dog area has more shade, some seating, and drinking water facilities, while large pooches can enjoy soft and tall grass, trees to sniff and bark at, as well as drinking water fountains and lots of tail-waggers to run with! There's also a shelter where panting pups can rest after chasing their new friends.
Berwyn is a neighborhood in College Park, a town in Prince George’s County and home of the University of Maryland. Located not far from the Old Town, the neighborhood features the hustling and bustling Baltimore Avenue, home to shops and eateries as well as a number of hiking options on the eastern end. Feel free to try your paw at Lake Artemesia Trail, a simple hiking path no more than 2 miles long stretching between Berwyn Heights and Lake Artemesia Natural Area. This trail is a small component of the bigger trail system and suits beginner hikers perfectly. The Indian Path Trail is connected to this trail, and stretches for another 1.5 miles between South of Lake Artemesia and 57th Avenue.
The city of Greenbelt in Maryland is a modern community with a historic district locally known as “Old Greenbelt”. Your first destination in the city should be Greenbelt Dog Park, a nice and charming spot located not far from the huge area of Greenbelt Public Park. The dog park is the pawfect place to run, romp, and sniff out some new canine companions. The place is fenced and has more than enough room for even the biggest breeds to play. Benches in shaded spots and some drinking water facilities are provided; however, you'll need to pay a fee and obtain a permit before visiting. Don't forget the doggie waste bags!
Woodside Park is one of the neighborhoods in Silver Spring, located northwest of Downtown Silver Spring. Featuring mostly residential quarters, Woodside Park is a grrreat place to bring your pooch to play! You'll find that locals pawsitively love Ellsworth Urban Park, which has an extensive off-leash area for furry friends. This park, unlike many others in the area, is free! Open daily from sunrise to sunset, the dog park welcomes small and large pups to play and socialize in one of the two separate areas, featuring tall and soft grass mixed with artificial turf. Benches, shade, hoses, and drinking water facilities are available in both sections.