I have been working with dogs for 16 years. I worked at shelter helping animals to feel better and have fun. Recently, I found out that I can be a dog walker and I want to give it a try. I love to walk myself and walking with a dog will be fun for everybody.
Fair Lawn is home to a fair few dog-friendly amenities, with even more things to do located just a short drive outside of town limits. No need to travel to find quality vet care, though -- Fair Lawn has two veterinary practices which take care of most medical needs a pup will have. Need a place to stay while you're in Fair Lawn? Head to Hyatt Place. This hotel is located at 41-01 Broadway, and welcomes up to two dogs of less than fifty pounds for a fee of $75 a stay.
Fair Lawn has two dog-friendly restaurants where pooches and their parents can enjoy a dinner date. Your pup won't like the food too much at Natural Way Cafe because, frankly, most dogs don't savor vegetarian cuisine. However, this vegetarian restaurant located at 23-25 Broadway has a few benches outside its entrance where you and your leashed dog and enjoy a healthy vegetarian sandwich or entree. For a more substantial cuisine, try out Oceanos at 2-27 Saddle River Road. Oceanos has a variety of seafood dishes. Your dog is welcome to sit and dine with you at one of several outdoor tables.
Unfortunately, although Fair Lawn does have some dog-friendly places, the town doesn't allow dogs in any of its parks. For some exercise with Fido, it's best to look at the Bergen County parks. These parks do welcome leashed dogs and offer numerous opportunities for some outdoor exercise. Saddle River County Park has over six miles of hiking trails for you and your leashed dog to get some exercise.