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Destiny
Destiny
Reviewed by Jason B. on 10/01/2017

"Destiny was awesome! Cam can be a challenge but she was perfect! Even helped us out when we forgot to disarm our alarm! Look forward to working with her again!!"

1.33 mi
33m
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Destiny
Destiny
Reviewed by Gregory T. on 09/27/2017

"She was awesome and nice. Assisted me with putting the leashes on. The boys seems very happy and exhausted."

1.79 mi
40m
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Destiny
Destiny
Reviewed by Eric H. on 09/25/2017

"Destiny was Wonderful! Took great care of Bailey and had a blast together! "

1.77 mi
35m
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Destiny
Destiny
Reviewed by Jasmine M. on 09/02/2017

"Well, we've met our DESTINY!!! Ms. Watson-Barron was professional, timely and generous to no end with her time and information. She's knowledgeable and obviously willing to share her insights with others!! She was great with our dogs and we're looking forward to her next visit!! "

2.14 mi
46m
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Destiny
Destiny
Reviewed by Allison J. on 09/01/2017

"Great! Just fantastic!! My pup came home with such a big smile! She even bought him a toy! "

1.43 mi
31m
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Destiny
Destiny
Reviewed by Vincent L. on 08/31/2017

"What an amazing dog walker! She adored you. So amazing to have a trusted person with my baby. Hope to have you again and I know my baby feels the same! Great work Destiny! Five-star recommendation."

1.22 mi
32m
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Dog Areas in Dundalk

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There is so much to know and love about Dundalk, Maryland, including that it was once the largest community in Maryland and it is considered one of the first inner-ring suburbs of Baltimore. While the city was being developed in the early 1900s, Dundalk was built to be pedestrian-friendly, which means to this day it remains a city that is pleasant to walk around. Of course, this is a great advantage for dog owners, and it explains, in part, why so many dog owners love living in Dundalk. Dundalk has its very own animal hospital as well as a handful of local veterinarians to keep your pets at their very best.

Dundalk built its very own dog park a few years ago, and the Wags Dog Park has quickly become one of the town's favorite spots. There is a yearly fee of only $20 to visit this park, and that same fee allows you to bring two dogs into the park. The community takes great pride in Wags Dog Park, and works hard to keep it clean and enjoyable for all who visit. There are usually several other dogs for your dog to play with and there's plenty of room to run around at Wags, and it's just the beginning of all the dog-friendly activities in Dundalk!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dundalk

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    Population Density 1,632/sq mi

    #1 John Downs Loop

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    Pasadena, Maryland is only a half-hour drive from Dundalk, and it's also where the Downs Memorial Park Dog Beach can be found. Off-leash dog beaches can be hard to find, so this is a special place for anyone who visits, and it's the pawfect place for dogs to learn to swim or dogs who already swim to get exercise. This dog beach is part of a bigger park where there are more than five miles of trails and other spots to explore with your dog, but they must be on a leash unless otherwise posted.
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    Population Density 8,391/sq mi

    #2 Riverside Park

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    Just east of the Riverside Park area of Baltimore and only a 12-minute drive from Dundalk is the Locust Point Dog Park at Latrobe Park. This super fun dog park doesn't have separate areas for big and small dogs, but instead, they have designated times for only small and senior dogs every day. Locust Point Dog Park has an astroturf surface which is great for preventing muddy puppy paws, and it makes it easier to clean up any messes that are bound to happen at the dog park. One of the park's coolest features is a doggy water slide that adventurous dogs have a blast on.
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    Population Density 5,020/sq mi

    #3 Canton

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    Canton is considered one of Baltimore's most popular neighborhoods, and it's only a ten-minute drive from Dundalk! It has a great selection of restaurants, art galleries, its own dog park, and many other activities. The Canton Dog Park has separate sections for big and small dogs, both of which are fully fenced in, and there is plenty of seating, shade, and water in the park as well. If you'd like to take your dog for a leashed walk in the area, just across the street from the dog park is a Korean War Memorial along the harbor which is a beautiful place to walk.
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    Population Density 2,188/sq mi

    #4 Southwest Bel Air

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    Bel Air is a lovely town of over 10,000 people in northeastern Maryland, and it takes less than 40 minutes to drive here from Dundalk. In the southwest part of the town is The Ma & Pa Dog Park which has separate sections for dogs of different sizes to interact safely together. It's tucked away behind some trees, and it's fully fenced for your dog's safety. The park also features plenty of seating for humans, shade for hot days, and a water fountain at the park's entrance. The community takes great pride in this park and works hard to keep it clean for everyone's enjoyment.
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    Population Density 7,563/sq mi

    #5 Lakeside Drive North

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    In just over half an hour, you and your pooch can drive from Dundalk to northern Baltimore where the Paw Point Dog Park can be found. This 1.25-acre dog park is enjoyable for both dogs and humans, and it's fully equipped with waste bags, seating, and water. The park also affords you access to Lake Rowland where many hot dogs like to take a dip to cool off. To enter the designated off-leash area you will need to pay a small fee and obtain a yearly permit, but if you'd like just to access Lake Rowland, you won't need a permit, but your dog will have to be on a leash.
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