I have twelve years of experience dedicated to taking care of animals. I absolutely love animals and treat each dog as I would my own. I am currently studying to be a vet tech and I have some experience training dogs and I believe that my background makes me quite well rounded to take care of your pet!
Halethorpe is a small town in Baltimore County, Maryland. This town is full of lush forests and glistening creeks that will make any nature lover never want to leave. There are many types of homes in the neighborhoods here, from apartments to single-family dwellings and duplexes, so you are sure to find a home you love if you are looking to move to Halethorpe with your dog. The streets have a steady flow of traffic, so you should keep your dog on leash at all times.
There are two restaurants in the area that are dog-friendly. The Ice Cream Cottage is a popular choice for the locals who want to keep their dogs close while they enjoy their tasty treats on a warm day. Your dog can even get a plain ice cream or whipped cream to enjoy as well!
There is one animal hospital here that welcome residents and visitors alike in need of veterinary care. They will happily help get your dog on the mend should an emergency arise while you are in town. They will also help you with regular check-ups and anything else your dog needs to stay healthy and happy while you are in this pupperific town.
North Halethorpe is an amazing place to call home if you want to be close to the center of Arbutus, close to the freeway. This neighborhood gives you easy access to many of the neighboring towns. Duplexes and medium-sized single family homes are common here, so if you are looking for a house with your dog and possibly a family, this neighborhood is worth some consideration. If you are taking your dog for a walk through this neighborhood, you will want to make sure your dog is on leash at all times. You should also keep waste bags with you to help keep your neighbors happy.
Central Halethorpe is a great spot for families who need a place that is close to shops and grocery stores without a long drive in between the two. For dog owners, living in Central Halethorpe means plenty of afternoon walks surrounded by other dogs enjoying their humans' company. The area is full of plenty of trees, which makes bird watching fun for both you and your furry pal. Just make sure you have waste bags with you as you make your way through the residential streets. You will also need to keep your dog on leash.
West Halethorpe can get quite busy with the bustle of traffic throughout the day. For this reason, make sure you have your dog safely on leash at all times. The sidewalks can also get a little congested with other humans and their pups, so you may want to avoid a retractable leash if possible. You will also want to make sure you have clean up bags on hand to pick up any messes made by your pup. If your dog exhibits positive leashed behavior around strangers, make sure you have a treat on hand to reward him. He will thank you with a tail wag and a toothy smile.
East Halethorpe is a pupperific place to spend an afternoon exploring with your dog. While he needs to stay on leash while in this area, there are plenty of green areas to walk and play with your dog on a sunny day. Just minutes away is the community of Lansdowne if you are looking for an area with a few more new and up-and-coming shops to explore with your family. Lansdowne is home to Riverdale Park, where dogs are welcome to explore on leash for all of their tail-wagging adventures. Just be sure to clean up after yourselves.
South Halethorpe is a small neighborhood where you can find both proximity to the highway and business and the greenery that surrounds the Patapsco River that runs right through the area. The river is a great place to pack a bag and spend the day throwing around a tennis ball for your pooch to fetch, splashing in the sparkling water, or just relaxing with a pup and a book in the grassy riverbank. Your dog will love the smells and sights of this gorgeous natural Maryland resource that is loved by all residents who have the chance to visit it. You and your dog are sure to fall in love with the river too if you stay long enough!