Hi there, my name is Amanda and I am a huge pet lover! Recently, I graduated from a dog training course in canine body language and behavior. Now as an adoption counselor at an animal welfare center, I use my expertise to care for and train dogs. I am comfortable with dogs in all sizes, shapes, ages and personality types. Now I cannot wait to meet you pooch and make new canine buddies.
A visitor or a resident with a pup will feel welcomed and safe in Summit. There are two veterinary clinics in town for routine care. For exercise and fun, there are nine parks within the city limits. Some green space for a leashed pup and person to experience is never far away.
Soldiers Memorial Field, with its walking paths along the Passaic River, is one spot you won't want to miss. Martin's Brook Park is a small park that will reinvigorate both person and pup with a nice stroll on its walking path along the brook shaded by foliage. Oakwood Park offers still more leashed outdoor exercise along the river. Briant Park Pond is a must-visit, too. Briant has a 1.1-mile walking path through large shade trees for you and your leashed dog to enjoy. Briant has many open green areas, a pond, and well-placed benches for those little breaks.
Dog-friendly restaurants abound in Summit. The many different cuisines will please any palate. Food is a Fido-friendly eatery located on Springfield Avenue. Food has a variety of specialty items, like Thai grilled steak salad, and welcomes doggie diners at the outdoor tables. Winberie's is located at 2 Kent Plaza Boulevard, and is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. This restaurant has ten outdoor tables for people dining with a furry companion, as well as an extensive menu with some specialty dishes, like a hamburger topped with fried pork belly and melted jack cheese!
Whether you're looking to dine with your dashing dog, or enjoy some mutts-needed time in nature -- or perhaps a little bit of both! -- Summit, New Jersey has got you covered.