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Dog Areas in Canterbury

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Canterbury is a small town which stands out of many in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Located between Concord to the south and Tilton to the north, the town is a pawpular tourist spot, with Shaker Village as the main attraction. The city also hosts the annual Canterbury Fair in July. Unfortunately, this tiny town doesn't have much to offer dogs -- there are no dog parks or veterinary clinics here. You can find both just a short drive away, in Concord, Boscawen, or Loudon.

Boscawen, a neighbor of Canterbury across the Merrimack River, is a nice place to take your puppy for a leashed walk in Rolfe Park, an expansive open space with walking trails and plenty of room to explore. The pooches should stay on their leashes, but are welcome in all parts of the park. You can also get cultured at Hannah Duston Historic Site, a simple park with an interesting history.

If you want to grab a bite and relax while you're exploring Boscawen, head to Kapelli’s Restaurant! This is a casual Italian eatery with a pet-friendly attitude and an impressive choice of pizzas. You can grab a classic slice of pupperoni, or create your own pizza pie!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Canterbury

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    Population Density 501/sq mi

    #1 Manchester Street Southeast

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    Manchester Street is an extension of South Main Street in the city center. You won't have to travel far along Manchester Street to find a puppy paradise that Fido will pawsitively love! Terrill Park Dog Park is a fenced dog park split into two separate sections for small and large pooches, offering plenty of room to socialize with locals. The park is covered with sand and can become really dusty, especially on hot days. Bring your own bowl and drinking water. Your boisterous buddy will have a blast sniffing out new friends at this furrific off-leash park!

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    Population Density 2,880/sq mi

    #2 White Street East

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    White Street is one of the central streets in Concord and is home to several playgrounds and public parks. White Park features about 25 acres of space and multiple fields for sports and other outdoor activities. This park is a great alternative to a gym, especially if you come by for a morning jog with your pup. The walking trails are well-maintained and pass by some charming scenery. Keep in mind that pooches should stay on-leash at all times here. Relax and grab a bite on the shaded, pet-friendly outdoor patio of Washington Street Café. Leashed, well-behaved dogs are allowed to accompany you!

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    #3 Bow Street South

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    Bow Street stretches through the southern end of Concord, following the stream of Bow Brook. It won't take you long to sniff out Rollins Park if you're travelling along this road! This park is a beautiful green space with an abundance of space to walk, meditate, exercise, or meet up with friends. The park does not have a special section for puppies to play off-leash, but it's entirely pet-friendly as long as your furry baby is leashed and well-behaved! This is a pawesome place to enjoy a morning walk -- you're bound to run into some local dog owners along the way!

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    Population Density 2,891/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Concord

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    Concord is a great place to visit with a pup in tow, no matter which way you decide to go. However, if you want to stay in the city center, you'll want to explore Main Street and all the pet-friendly eateries it has to offer. Start your adventure by grabbing some mouthwatering sweet treats at The Crust and Crumb Baking Company, a pet-friendly bakery serving up homemade baked goods, including muffins, cinnamon buns, and cookies. Want something heartier? True Brew Barista has a few local favorites: the Pub Sandwich and homemade beer cheese! Dogs can enjoy these specialty dishes with you at the outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 80/sq mi

    #5 Upper Shaker Village

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    Upper Shaker Village is a small lakeside community resting on the banks of Mascoma Lake in south Enfield. This touristy hot spot, featuring several museums and historic places, is also home to an enclosed off-leash dog park that's free to visit! Shaker Field Dog Park occupies an expansive area split into sections two for small and large breeds. Each area has benches and amenities to exercise with your buddy, as well as shade and drinking water facilities. You can even rent the training area and exercise with your pup individually, or train with an instructor for an additional fee! The short trip to this pawesome dog park is definitely worth it.

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