Dog walking in Easton

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Callie CEaston, MD 21601

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I’m Callie and I love animals! I have 6 years of veterinary experience and a lifetime of experience taking care of my own pets. I have had dogs, cats, rabbits, fish and almost everything in between. I have a Bachelor's degree in Animal Science and a Master’s in Marine Mammal Science. I became Fear Free certified in 2018 and have a special interest in animal behavior. I love spending quality, one on one time with all of my furry friends and aim to make time away from family stress free and fun!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Laura WEaston, MD 21601

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Hi, my name is Laura! I grew up with my loving hound-mix, Lizzie, and sitting dogs of all breeds and sizes in my town. I am currently a student at Rutgers University and would love to spend time with your pupper!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker

Dog Walking in Easton

Beautiful Easton, Maryland sits nestled on the Chesapeake Bay, as a small town with a lot to offer in terms of arts, culture, and recreation. From numerous art galleries and theater performances to hidden natural treasures in the bay's tributaries, there's much to explore in Easton - and many opportunities to bring your furry companion along.

While Easton itself does not have a dog park, the nearby town of Oxford is home to the Play Ball Dog Park. Open seven days a week, the fully-fenced area offers a separate area for large and small dogs. Amenities include water bowls and fountains, shade-covered benches, painted fire hydrants, doggie bags, and some agility equipment (small tunnels).

Easton is home to a rails-to-trails path that winds through various parks and business centers. Since it was created in 1998, the 2.5-mile path has been a local favorite, especially as a way to view the historic downtown area.

Searching for a dog-friendly event to attend? The local shelter, Talbot Humane, hosts dozens of events throughout the year! Whether you're looking to join in a holiday parade, or take pet photos with Santa, or show up to the annual Bark in the Park event in October (featuring a parade of adoptable pets, a 5K walk, and a tail-wagging contest), your calendar will be full of doggie-approved occasions.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Easton

Woodside

48
Population Density
2,897 per sq. mi.

Woodside

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The Woodside neighborhood in Easton is one of the best for dog owners to reside. Although it does not have its own park, it is situated conveniently next to the Seth Demonstration State Forest. This forest is a great spot for dog owners and their pooches to have a day out in the fresh air while getting some exercise and enjoying the green space. Running through the park is the Tred Avon River. Keep your eyes peeled for access points where your dog can dip in and have a cool off during your adventures!


Easton Club

36
Population Density
2,483 per sq. mi.

Easton Club

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Although not home to its own parks, the neighborhood of Easton Club is great for dog owners with energetic pups who love to find the water! This neighborhood has multiple bodies of water running through it, making it a great area to call home if you want quick and easy access to water activities for your pup. Throw a stick into Jack’s Cove or Papermill Pond, or head over to the Tred Avon River for a quick dip! The neighborhood boasts a large amount of trees allowing nice shaded walks as well.


Honeysuckle

24
Population Density
982 per sq. mi.

Honeysuckle

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The Honeysuckle/Paper Run neighborhood in Easton is located conveniently next door to Glebe Creek, where there are rails-to-trails paths for dog owners and their pooches to wander around. Although it does not have its own official ‘park’, just north of the neighborhood is Galloway Run, a heavily treed area worth exploring! Dog owners residing in this community enjoy being the quick access to some sought after green space within the city. Being a smaller neighborhood, residents are sure to meet their neighbors and their pups as well!


Matthewstown Run

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,217 per sq. mi.

Matthewstown Run

12

Matthewstown Run is a wonderful neighborhood for dog owners and their pets. Their pooches will be pawsitively thrilled to call this neighborhood home, as it is situated within the boundaries of Hosewells Branch where there is a vast amount of trees, some water to seek out for a quick pup swim, and friendly neighbors to meet and walk with along the way! Being one of the larger neighborhoods in Easton, this gives residents the opportunity to grab a coffee during their walk and enjoy the fresh air with their pooch.

Black Dog

0
Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
1,136 per sq. mi.

Black Dog

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Aside from its name, Black Dog boasts itself as a great neighborhood for dogs and their owners to live! The Black Dog neighborhood is a great location as it offers its residents quick access to a variety of green spaces. Galloway Run stretches right through this neighborhood offering shaded and trees areas to explore. Hosewells Branch also runs through the Black Dog neighborhood, as does Kings Creek. As you can see, this neighborhood has a lot to offer to its furry residents and their human companions! Leashed walks around the neighborhood are always a treat too!