Dog walking in Upper Marlboro

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I’m Juli. I have been walking dogs for over ten years and as a pet parent I know we all want the best possible care for our pets. As someone with experience with all sizes and many breeds, I understand all dogs require different approaches with the same level of care. Dogs are not just pets, they are family. I hope to be there to lend a hand in taking care of your furry family members.

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Hi, I'm Bil! I have lived in the DC/Metro area all my life, and I grew at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains with an incredible Yellow Lab named Lucky. Over the years I have worked with various animal shelters, fostering and rescue programs, and currently I am the proud father of 2 extraordinary rescue pups - Ted, a 5 yr old Pit/Boxer mix, and Dae, a 2 yr old German Shepherd. I enjoy meeting new dogs and learning all of their unique characteristics and personality traits. Your dogs happiness, safety and comfort are my first priority. I will give your dog the care and attention they deserve, and provide a pleasant (and fun) experience for them!

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Dog Walking in Upper Marlboro

The town of Upper Marlboro in Prince George's County is a quiet, pet-friendly area that lies outside of the beltway. This community includes six local parks and is near some pawtastic regional facilities. When you need professional care for your pup, you can find assistance at one of the two veterinarians in town.

Take your pooch hiking in Wootons Landing Wetland Park, located about seven miles northeast of town. This undeveloped natural area includes a loop trail where you and your leashed pup can roam past ponds and look for wildlife. Bring water and waste bags with you.

Another pupcredible place to get back to nature with your special pal is Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary on Fenno Road in Greater Upper Marlboro. This facility permits dogs on a leash. Go for a hike by the Patuxent River on one of the four trails that winds through upland marshes and forest here.

Pack up your tent and head four miles east of Upper Marlboro to the Adventure Bound Camping Resort on Sands Road. This pet-friendly facility includes a fenced off-leash exercise area where your canine pal can play with other pups. Dogs need to be leashed in other parts of the campground.

For dog lovers, Upper Marlboro offers a variety of ways to get out and play with their canines.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Upper Marlboro

Upper Marlboro

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Population Density
1,729 per sq. mi.

Upper Marlboro

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The small area of downtown Upper Marlboro consists of single-family residences, small businesses, and government buildings. You and your pooch will find a number of neighborhood streets where you can go for a stroll here. When you want to get out and explore nature with your furry friend, head to Schoolhouse Pond off Governor Oden Bowie Drive. There are nature trails and a boardwalk in this conservation area. If you have a trout stamp, you can go fishing while your special pal relaxes by your side. Dogs need to be on a leash in this public area. Remember to bring waste bags and water with you.

Water Fowl Way

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Population Density
1,001 per sq. mi.

Water Fowl Way

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The neighborhood of Water Fowl Way lies in the northern part of Greater Upper Marlboro. In this development, you and your pup will be able to enjoy peaceful walks past single family homes. Just north of here, there's a pawtastic regional park for you to investigate with your canine pal.  Go hiking or jogging on the trails in Watkins Regional Park. This expansive facility includes paved pathways that wind through a wooded area. Dogs on a leash are permitted in designated sections of the park. Make sure you bring waste bags to clean up after your pooch when you visit this pupful facility.

Villages of Upper Marlboro

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Population Density
6,496 per sq. mi.

Villages of Upper Marlboro

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In the Villages of Upper Marlboro, you'll find a shopping area and some condominiums. When you and your four-footed friend need to get out and stretch your legs, you can walk along the sidewalks in the neighborhood. For some fresh air and green space, take Fido to King's Grant Community Park on Brown Station Road. This furiffic facility includes open fields, a pond, and a paved trail. Hike or jog with your canine companion around the water and past the athletic fields here. Dogs are permitted in public areas as long as they're on a leash and you pick up their waste.

Marlboro Meadows

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Population Density
638 per sq. mi.

Marlboro Meadows

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On the eastern side of Greater Upper Marlboro you'll find the Marlboro Meadows development. This neighborhood is surrounded by wooded areas near the Patuxent River. Walk along quiet lanes with your special pal in this lovely community. In the fall, you can take your pooch up the road to Montpellier Farms Family Park. Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome to join you at this seasonal attraction. You and your pup can visit the corn maze, pumpkin patch, and other park sites during the fall harvest. Make sure you bring waste bags and clean up any messes while you're exploring this facility.

Queen Anne

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Population Density
82 per sq. mi.

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The development of Queen Anne in the northern part of Greater Upper Marlboro includes country estates that are west of the Patuxent River. Here, you and Fido can go for a hike down secluded roads for some fresh air. If you'd like to explore nature by land or water with your pooch, head about seven miles north to Governor Bridge Natural Area. There are hiking trails that wind through the woods in this facility. You can also bring your canoe and get out on the Patuxent River from the canoe launch here. Dogs are permitted to join you if they're on a leash and you clean up any messes.

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