Dog Walkers in Chatham, NJ

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Dog Areas in Chatham, NJ

4 Parks
1 Trail
6 Eateries
2 Groomers

The small town of Chatham has many dog-friendly places and activities. One veterinary clinic can be found in town that sees to all a dog's routine and emergency veterinary needs. Chatham also has four furrific city parks! Shepard Kollock Park has an easy walking trail for a person and pup to get some healthy bit of fresh air and exercise. A picnic spot makes for a cozy place for a snack or lunch. Stanley Park runs adjacent to the scenery of the Passaic River. A small picnic area makes for a relaxing weekend sojourn.

Chatham also has a wide variety of restaurants that have dog-friendly dining. Zio Gino Pizza & Grill is a casual Italian eatery with two outdoor, dog-friendly tables. Another Italian eatery is Arminio's Italian Corner on Main Street. Arminio's has a variety of Italian entrees and serves lunch and dinner. Pascarella Brother Deli is big on Italian sandwiches. 

Another favorite sandwich shop for breakfast and lunch is Hickory Tree Delicatessen on Shunpike Road.  Marie's Chicken Joint serves chicken cooked in every way possible for lunch and dinner. For dessert, Cafe Beethoven on Main Street serves some cake, pie and other sweet things with a coffee at one of its outdoor dog-friendly tables. All Chatham's dog-friendly restaurants have outdoor seating areas, so don't furget the leash!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chatham, NJ

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    Population Density 6,420/sq mi

    #1 Morristown

    Morristown is located seven miles west of Chatham. Lewis Morris Dog Park gives dogs freedom to run and play off-leash. This dog park has a fully fenced enclosure for large dogs and a separately fenced area for small ones. The ground in the dog park is mostly paved. People don't seem to like it much, but tails wag to attest that the dogs don't mind! A few patches of grass and a bevy of trees along the perimeter help give it a more back-to-nature feel. Plenty of benches help make the people feel better about their experience. This dog park does not have water immediately on-site, but the main park's restrooms aren't that far away.  The main park also offers twelve miles of beautiful, forested hiking trails for a leashed dog and person to explore together.
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    Population Density 2,259/sq mi

    #2 Beverwyck

    Parsippany is located sixteen miles north of Chatham. Cameron Dog Park is a permit-only park. Visitors must register with the city before using the dog park. This dog park has large stretches of rolling grass divided into a large and small dog area. This place is pawfect for dogs that just need to let their fur down and just be dogs. A plastic tunnel gives pups something to either nose around or venture through. Drinking water is available on-site, and waste stations are supplied with waste baggies so clean-ups are a snap. This dog park lacks shade and seating for the human companions, but people make sacrifices for their furry family members.
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    Population Density 5,971/sq mi

    #3 Upper Montclair


    Montclair is located nineteen miles north of Chatham. Brookdale Dog Park has a pack of pals waiting for your pup to join in the fun! This dog park is fully fenced for off-leash playtime. It has a large dog area and a section reserved for the smaller dogs. The surface is a gravel mulch that may put a small smudge on a curious snout but otherwise keeps the paws pretty clean. Ramps and other pieces of agility equipment let dogs squeeze in some training. Shaded benches keep the people from becoming too restless. This dog park has drinking water available on-site. Waste stations make it a breeze to clean up after a pup.

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    Population Density 4,225/sq mi

    #4 Woodbridge

    Woodbridge is located twenty-three miles south of Chatham. Woodbridge Dog Park provides pups with a natural setting in which to run and socialize free of a leash. A large dog enclosure is fully fenced for the big doggos to get a good workout. A small dog area is separately fenced so the toys and young ones can safely play. The park has drinking fountains, and waste stations supply doggie waste baggies. Several pieces of agility equipment keep the place interesting and give an opportunity for extra training. The nearby gazebos let a person and leashed dog take a break as they explore the main park.
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    Population Density 4,509/sq mi

    #5 Riverside Avenue East

    Lyndhurst is located twenty-four miles north of Chatham. Riverside Dog Park gives dogs a doggone good time off the leash! This dog park has a large dog enclosure and a separately fenced small dog section. Balls and frisbees are available for any dog to play with. A water faucet and hose complete with water bowls mean that a forgotten water bottle won't doom the trip. The gravel mulch keeps most canines from getting too dirty. Human companions will find many shaded places from which to sit and watch their pups play. Waste stations are stocked with doggie waste baggies and make it a snap to do those necessary pick-ups.
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