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Dog Areas in Pittsgrove

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Pittsgrove Township is a large, historic town that was one of the original townships founded in the state of New Jersey in the 1700's. The rich history of the area attracts many tourists and makes it a great place to visit or move to with your family, including your fur-babies. There are no animal hospitals inside of the township, but there are seven of them in the areas surrounding Pittgrove. They are all 30 minutes or less away, which should give you plenty of peace of mind if you are going to spend some time in Pittsgrove with your canine companion. 

Your pup will love living or staying in Pittsgrove for the many parks that are found both in and around the town. The Glassboro Wildlife Management Area is just a short drive to the north of Pittsgrove and attracts many locals for the vast trails and walking paths that are available for you to explore with your dog. Within the town, you will see many dogs with their humans frolicking by the abundant lakes and ponds. Willow Grove Lake is one such water source that attracts many visitors during the warmer months. If you are looking for a charming town with plenty of history and space for your dog, Pittsgrove is the place to be!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pittsgrove

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    Population Density 208/sq mi

    #1 North Pittsgrove

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    North Pittsgrove is a rural area with just a few populated streets. The neighborhood is a good place for those who want the privacy of rural real estate while still being close enough to the roads for an easy and convenient commute. Dry Branch is a popular stream that flows through most of the northern part of Pittsgrove where you can take your dog for a splashing good time. You will need your leash and a good harness to help your dog through the terrain. Don't forget your doggie waste bags, drinking water, and some towels to dry off with at the end of your visit.
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    Population Density 208/sq mi

    #2 Olivet

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    Olivet is an unincorporated community in Pittsgrove Township that has plenty of places for you and your pup to explore on a clear Saturday morning. Palatine Lake is a prime location if you want a peaceful place to spend some quality time with your dog after a long week at work. There are several streams that flow out of the lake as well if you want a change of scenery to lay out a picnic blanket and enjoy some sunshine with your best friend. Make sure you keep plenty of clean-up bags in your pocket and some treats for puptacular behavior while out and about.
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    Population Density 208/sq mi

    #3 Centerton

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    Centerton is a small unincorporated community in Pittsgrove with plenty of green spaces for you and your puppy pal to get outside and enjoy the fresh air. Centerton Pond is a popular place for you and Sparky to spend a hot afternoon splashing around and cooling off with plenty of other pupperific pals to meet and greet. Make sure you keep your dog on-leash and be mindful of your dog's needs, especially if he gets anxious around other dogs. You will want to be ready to take your pup for a break, so make sure you have your waste bags on hand.
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    Population Density 208/sq mi

    #4 Brotmanville

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    Brotmanville is a quiet little neighborhood mostly covered in green forest land and rivers. The Maurice River has its own canoe access point where you and your dog can take a waterful adventure downstream together if Spot doesn't mind boats! You will want to keep a doggy life jacket on him at all times, and be prepared to leash him quickly as soon as you pull up to shore. You should also keep your waste bags with you, especially as you make your way up and down the riverbanks. Make sure you bring a friend or two with you on two legs and get ready to have a blast!
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    Population Density 208/sq mi

    #5 Norma

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    Norma is a small town that is also mostly occupied by forest and river. There is a small unnamed park where the Maurice River enters Norma where you and your leashed pet are more than welcome to visit and play in the grass any time of the year. You will need waste bags and some drinking water if you plan on being at the park for a while. You can also get with a few nature-loving friends and their dogs to go for a hike through the forest area that travels down the remainder of the southern tip of Pittsgrove.
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