Dog walking in Williamstown

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Hi I'm Kelsey! I'm a lifelong owner and lover of dogs of all shapes and sizes, as well as an owner of two cats. I have my Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science, which included an internship at a wildlife refuge. I'm an avid runner and I enjoy spreading my love of health and fitness with people and their four-legged friends. I'm excited to meet your dog and give it the love and attention it deserves.

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Hi I’m Dawn your Dog/s are in safe hands with me! I’ve been walking and overnight petsitting for over 25 years and even owned my very own small petsitting business in Florida. I not only walked dogs, but would housesit cats, administer medications and needles for diabetes for dogs and cats. Also I have extensive training with pot belly pigs and their care.

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Dog Walking in Williamstown

A historic small town that used to be inhabited by Native Americans, Williamstown is home to a rich heritage and so much natural beauty. With neighborhood parks, hiking trails, dog-friendly restaurants, and a very highly rated animal hospital, there is plenty to keep you and your pooch busy in Williamstown.

The largest and finest park in Williamstown is Squankum Park, where you will find a couple of sports facilities and picnic areas. The rest of the park is heavily wooded with unmarked trails, making it pawfect for a relaxing dog walk. Chelsea Farms is another park worth exploring, as it is home to a network of dirt trails that Fido will love, while Green Meadows is smaller, but still has numerous grassy areas that your pooch will want to sniff about in.

For another pawsome walk, take your pooch over to the Monroe Township Bikepath. This multi-use paved trail stretches out for 6.3 miles, connecting Williamstown to Glassboro.

If your pooch likes dining out, Roxy's Old Time Deli is a casual restaurant that serves up sandwiches, soups and salads, and have a dog-friendly picnic table outside of the restaurant where you and Fido can enjoy a meal together.

With so many fun and varied walks to be had, there is no doubt that your dog will love it in Williamstown.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Williamstown

Clayton

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Population Density
1,145 per sq. mi.

Clayton

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The small town of Clayton is directly adjacent to Williamstown, and boasts some truly pawriffic parks. With 2341 acres of woodlands and fields, the Glassboro Wildlife Management Area is the largest of them all, making this the place to go if your pooch enjoys long walks in the wilderness. There are over 37 miles of hiking trails here, taking you through everything from forest swamps to grassy fields. Scotland Run Park is also a must-visit, as this is the largest official park in the county. With 1000 acres to explore, including playgrounds, picnic shelters, an 80 acre lake and a small beach, you and your pup will definitely have fun here. 

S Black Horse Pike

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Population Density
238 per sq. mi.

S Black Horse Pike

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The Monroe Township neighborhood of South Black Horse Pike is just a mile from Williamstown, and offers up some pawsome outdoor activities for you and your pooch to enjoy together. Your dog will no doubt love the Winslow Fish and Wildlife Management Area, because this expanse of wilderness stretches out for 7615 acres. In addition to being home to plenty of wildlife, this park boasts everything from pine forests to sandy beaches, all of which you can enjoy with your pup. Keep in mind that you will need to bring a dog lead, doggie bags and drinking water, which is especially important since the lakes within the park contain high levels of mercury, so you definitely do not want Fido to be tempted to drink out of them.  

South Glassboro

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Population Density
3,835 per sq. mi.

South Glassboro

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Just over three miles from Williamstown is the Glassboro neighborhood of South Glassboro, where you will find some pawtastic dog walks. New Street Park is home to a playground, sports facilities, and large grassy stretches that your pooch will love, while the paved path that loops around the Walter Robinson Field is ideal for a leisurely stroll. Dogs are welcome to use both of these parks, so long as they are kept on a lead and owners have doggie bags with them at all times. If you need somewhere in the neighborhood to spend the night, Motel 6 Glassboro allows dogs of any size to stay with their owners in guest rooms, and do not charge an extra fee for this.

Franklinville

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Population Density
361 per sq. mi.

Franklinville

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Just a five minute drive from Williamstown lies the small town of Franklinville, which is home to a few different dog-friendly activities. For a tail-wagging walk, head over to the Malaga Open Space Area, where you will find quite a few unmarked trails to explore with Fido. After working up an appetite, stop for a meal at Danny's Pizza Pizazz, a dog-friendly pizzeria known for their creative specials. If you need somewhere to stay nearby, the Holly Green Campground welcomes dogs, so long as they are kept on a lead whenever outside of your vehicle. There are 94 sites here with facilities including a laundromat, a swimming pool, a playground, and a walking path that you can enjoy with your pooch.

New Brooklyn Park

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Population Density
1,849 per sq. mi.

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About three and a half miles from Williamstown is New Brooklyn Park, a neighborhood in Sicklerville that acquired its name due to the fact that it is home to the New Brooklyn County Park. This 758 acre park features so many diverse natural habitats for you and your pooch to explore, and there are several miles of unmarked trails criss-crossing their way through the park to help you to do so. Also within the park is a large lake, a frisbee golf course, two playgrounds and a spacious picnic pavilion. Although this park is dog-friendly, you do need to keep your pooch on a lead at all times, and don't forget to bring some doggie bags and drinking water with you too. 

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