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Hi there! I have been walking dogs in Hoboken, NJ for 4 years now, which I absolutely love! I have had an endearing love for dogs since 2001 when my parents finally gave into the many pleas of my two younger brothers and I to get us a dog. We were introduced to Tiki, a magnificent Black Labrador, who became the sister we never had.
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Dog Walking in Harrington Park
Harrington Park is a small borough of fewer than 5,000 residents. One veterinary clinic operates within the borough and is sufficient to take care of most of the routine veterinary needs of a pup. The larger communities offer more options for emergency and specialized veterinary care.
The borough has a single park. Pondside Park is a small green recreational space dominated by a picturesque pond. An easy walking path encircles the pond and makes for a relaxing bit of outdoor exercise for a person and a leashed four-legged friend.
A more ambitious hike can be experienced at the Palisades Interstate Park, located about fifteen miles south of Harrington Park. Palisades is comprised of 2,500 acres of conservation and recreational land which include over 30 miles of trails ranging in difficulty from easy to challenging. The park extends along the Hudson River and includes several smaller parks, historic sites, picnic spots and access to the river for boating and fishing.
Hankering for a long hike? The Long Path and the Shore Trail cover the entire twelve-mile length of Palisades Interstate Park. Most portions of these two trails are rated as easy or moderately difficult. The Grand Stairs on the Shore Trail is a series of boulders with a steep climb -- the one challenging portion of the otherwise fairly easy hike. Five other trails connect with these two main arteries. Leashed dogs are welcome on the trails.
Best Dog Neighborhoods in Harrington Park
Westwood is located four miles west of Harrington Park. West Woof Dog Run features two fully fenced enclosures for a pup's off-leash play. This pawfect park features a section for large dogs and a second one for smaller pups. No pup can turn down a splash in one of the kiddie pools on a hot summer's day. The dog park is covered with a mixture of dirt and mulch. A few pieces of mulch can cling to that wet fur, but a quick rinse-off makes for a clean ride home. The human companions will find three benches for a relaxing wait for their pup. In the main park, a .75-mile loop trail gives people and pups an opportunity to get a good stretch outdoors.
Woodcliff Lake is located seven miles north of Harrington Park. Wood Dale County Dog Park offers pups a play place for exercise and an opportunity to mingle with their own furry kind. This dog park has a single fenced area for all dogs to romp together in. No separate space is reserved for small pups, so good supervision is a must. The pack only permits friendly pups here! Water spigots make it convenient for visitors. Waste stations are stocked with doggie waste baggies, so please do the right thing -- pick up after your pup! There are always balls, frisbees, and an assortment of chew toys for all pups to enjoy.
Paramus is located nine miles west of Harrington Park. Van Saun County Park has so many fun things for people and pups to do. This large county park has a zoo, a fishing lake, picnic areas, and a 1.5-mile trail that encircles the lake. Dogs are not permitted within the zoo, and a leash is required in the main park areas. The highlight of this county park is the completely fenced dog park. This dog park has a large and small dog area. No water is immediately available in the dog park, but waste stations are amply filled with doggie waste baggies for speedy pick-ups. The surface of the dog park is a gravel which absorbs moisture and keeps paws and tails pretty clean even after a hard day of play.
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Ridgewood is ten miles west of Harrington Park. Ridgewood Bark Park has two fully fenced spaces for a pup to let that fur down and exercise free of that ol' leash. This dog park has a separately fenced area for safer play for the smaller pups. Here, you'll find several pieces of agility equipment, including A-frames, ramps, and tunnels. Dogs can squeeze in a few minutes of extra training to sharpen those competitive skills, or just have a little extra fun. This dog park is mostly grass with patches of dirt and mulch. People enjoy the shade of the large trees in and around the park.
Montclair is located twenty-three miles south of Harrington Park. Brookdale Dog Park has just what that vet ordered -- some off-leash exercise outdoors with a few furry pals! This dog park has a section for large dogs and a separately fenced area for the smaller pups. The ground is covered with a fine gravel mulch. Several pieces of agility equipment, including ramps, are a plus in this park. This dog park has numerous benches positioned under shade trees. The human companions appreciate being able to stay relatively cool even when July and August roll around. Drinking water for all makes it easy to stay hydrated. Waste stations provide those necessary baggies that make doo-doo duty a snap.