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Hey, I'm Allan. I live in Bucktown and am the doggie godfather to Oakley, an Alaskan Klee Kai and Marley, a Rat Terrier. I grew up taking care of my German Shpeherd, Scarlet taking her for long walks in the Boston area. I understand dog psychology quite well from playing and taking care of dogs in family environments my whole life. Man's best friends love to spend time outside and I do also. I walk and skateboard a lot so I have a good energy with all dogs.
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Osseo is a far northern suburb of Minneapolis that has residential neighborhoods, apartment buildings, a small commercial center, and two community parks. This area offers easy access to parks and trails that permit dogs. If you're seeking professional services for your canine companion, you'll find two veterinary clinics downtown.
Let Fido get out and enjoy some off-leash exercise at the Environmental Nature Area Dog Park. This facility has open fields and trees where your pup can run and play freely with other pups. To use the park, you'll need to purchase a day pass or a Brooklyn Park license. Dogs must be up-to-date on vaccinations.
For a longer hike or jog, connect with the Rush Creek Regional Trail. There's a trailhead with a parking lot off James Deane Parkway, about four miles northwest of Osseo. You're welcome to bring leashed dogs with you as long as they're under your control and you pick up their waste.
Share a walk by the Mississippi River with your four-footed friend by heading to Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park. This 160-acre facility has hiking paths through fields and wooded areas by the water as well as an observation deck over the dam. Dogs on a leash no longer than six feet are permitted here, provided you clean up after them.
The city of Osseo is a pawesome place for dogs and their owners to live or visit!
The area around downtown Osseo includes residential streets, a commercial main street, and the high school. The roads have sidewalks where you and Fido can go for a little jaunt. For a special treat, take your fur baby to Fish Lake Regional Park. There's an off-leash dog park here where your pup can enjoy some social time with others. You'll need to purchase a daily or annual pass and have a current certificate of rabies vaccination to use this 6.7-acre facility. Make sure your dog is not aggressive and remains under your control at all times. Remember to clean up any waste.
The Lancaster neighborhood includes a greenhouse, a park, and streets with single-family homes. Here, you and your pooch can take a daily stroll along the sidewalk. When you crave some green space, head to Charest Park on Union Terrace Lane, just 5 minutes away. This facility has a baseball diamond, open space, and a playground. Play some Frisbee with your special pal or bring a blanket to enjoy a picnic in the park. Dogs are permitted to join you if they're kept on a leash and under your control. Make sure you bring water and some waste bags so that you can pick up after your pup.
In the Sipe Park area, there are single-family homes, a senior living complex, and some small businesses. For your daily exercise, you and your four-footed friend can stroll down the sidewalk or around the park. About 4 miles southeast of here, take your pooch to Brookdale Park and Dog Park for some off-leash play. This facility is located off June Avenue in Brooklyn Park, and it includes a natural area where Fido can run free with other pooches. Dogs need to be up-to-date on vaccinations and have a Brooklyn Park license to use this area. You're responsible for cleaning up your pup's waste.
North Oaks, in the northeast corner of Osseo, includes some apartment complexes and an education center. The streets are lined with sidewalks where you and Spot can go for a walk together. To treat your fur baby to an outdoor adventure, take him about 4.5 miles northwest to Elm Creek Park Reserve off Zachary Lane in Maple Grove. There's an off-leash area here where you can let your four-footed friend romp and explore. Follow the trails through the fields and past the water hole. You'll need to purchase a day or annual pass to use this pawtastic facility. Don't forget to bring some waste bags along.
The neighborhood of Maple Valley Trails -- located just north of Osseo, in Maple Grove -- is a residential community with single-family homes. For daily exercise, you and Fido can walk along the area sidewalks. When you want to go for an extended hike or jog with your furry friend, head to the Maple Valley Trails Greenway and connect to the paved trail. You can follow this path northwest toward Elm Creek Park. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are permitted to join you on the trail. Make sure you bring water and waste bags with you when you use this pathway.
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