Dog walking in East Brunswick

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Hi! My name is Meredith and I grew up in New Jersey having been a pet owner my entire life. I am physically fit and am an avid NYC walker. I love meeting new dogs and take the responsibility of dog walking very seriously, making sure that every care and consideration is taken into meeting your dog's specific needs and habits. I look forward to meeting your four-legged best friend!

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Hi, My name is Maggie. I am a retired high school teacher, living in Staten Island. I have been around dogs for over 30 years. I have watched my friends' dogs while they were on vacation and I enjoyed our time together. I know your pet will love to spend time with me too.

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Dog Walking in East Brunswick

East Brunswick is hailed as one of New Jersey's 25 great towns, with a large growth in population, beautiful surrounding areas, and a busy town center. The area has been growing in population since it has been incorporated in 1860, which not only includes humans, but fur residents as well. Visitors will find the town is also a great town for dog-lovers, with fourteen public parks on over 600 acres of land and 4 animal hospitals.

One of those parks is a designated dog park known as the East Brunswick Dog Park. This fenced-in park has separate areas for large and small dogs, doubled-gated fences, and a gravel and grassy terrain, and is open from 6 AM to 10 PM. There are also dog-sized water fountains, clean-up bags, and benches to be found here.

Another great place to head with Fido is the Ireland Brook Conservation Area. This area is 359 acres of protected land with natural wildlife, and a 1.1-mile trail that meanders through the park. There are no amenities in the park, and owners will have to keep their pups on a leash when visiting.

The largest urban park in-town is the Jamesburg Park, which allows dog-lovers a closer option to enjoy paved trails, open areas to play, and amenities like clean-up stations and water fountains with their leashed dogs.

It's hard to imagine living anywhere else with your dog when realizing how well your pup is taken care of in East Brunswick!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in East Brunswick

Old Bridge

48
Population Density
4,348 per sq. mi.

Old Bridge

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The neighborhood of Old Bridge cintains most of the original land from when the town was first incorporated. Nowadays, the neighborhood is a largely residential area, with multiple dog-friendly parks. Keystone Park is 14.7 acres that is surrounded on three sides by the South River. With the area being made up of dense forests, open spaces, marshlands, and sandy beach access, the park makes up a great natural place to bring Fido for a hike. There are benches and trash bins at the park, and Fido will have to be kept on a leash.

Milltown

36
Population Density
3,655 per sq. mi.

Milltown

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The Tices Lane Park and Abraham Shalit Park are right next to each other, making up a large area in the neighborhood of Milltown in northern East Brunswick. Together, they offer 33 acres of undeveloped land. Footpaths link the two parks and make up a .8-mile trail that winds through both of the areas. People have donated a few benches to both parks, but that is the only amenity as the city is still deciding how to develop the land. Dogs are welcome nonetheless, but must remain on a leash while at the parks, and owners must bring water and clean-up bags.

Lawrence Brook Manor

24
Population Density
2,210 per sq. mi.

Lawrence Brook Manor

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Lawrence Brook Manor is a residential neighborhood with lots of houses and bustling streets. Despite the packed appearance, the area still has plenty of places to take Fido, like the Pine Ridge Park. The small park is about 6 acres, and features a baseball diamond, paved path, tennis courts, and spacious grassy fields. This dog-friendly adventure will allow a leashed Fido to get the exercise and socialization he needs with access to benches, water fountains, clean-up stations, and trash bins. The Rutgers Garden in the northern tip of the neighborhood is another place to take Fido on a walk, and offers well-maintained trails through an expanse of gardens and woodlands. Dogs must remain on a leash while in the garden, and owners must bring clean-up bags.

Fresh Ponds

12
Population Density
555 per sq. mi.

Fresh Ponds

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The Fresh Ponds neighborhood gets its name from the bodies of water that are found throughout the community, like the Farrington Lake. Among these areas are also dog-friendly open spaces, which includes Bicentennial Park, a 34-acre park that sits on the lake with access to a boat launch, fishing spots, recreational basketball courts, natural areas, and paved walking trails. Dogs are welcome inside the park, and are even allowed in the enclosed baseball or tennis courts when players are not using them, but must remain on a leash. Features include benches, trash bins, water fountains, clean-up stations, and nighttime lights.

Society Hill

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Population Density
2,895 per sq. mi.

Society Hill

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The neighborhood of Society Hill is half filled with residential homes, and the other half with densely packed forests. It's also home to one of the largest parks in town, the Frost Woods Park. The thick woods that make up the park covers 144 acres, with natural hiking trails and plenty of undeveloped, natural areas to explore. Dogs are welcome while on a leash, and owners will have to bring water and clean-up bags. A more urban option is the Great Oak Park, an 11-acre park with playgrounds, picnic shelters, and concrete walking trails. There are water fountains, benches, and trash bins here, and Fido must remain on a leash.

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