Blauvelt, New York is a hamlet near many larger neighborhoods. The appeal of Blauvelt is not only its location, but its small-town feel without giving up the conveniences of city life. There are five animal hospitals right in Blauvelt if emergencies should arise. The staff work hard to care for your pet like one of their own and to make a stressful time just a little more manageable when they can. The town of Blauvelt boasts its very own state park, the very pawpular Blauvelt State Park. The area has experienced a recent real estate boom which is bringing in more young families with dogs and children.
Blauvelt is a beautiful place with a puptacular view of the Hudson River nearby. You will also find the Hook Mountain State Park worth the short drive if you and your dog enjoy the great outdoors with a passion. You will want to bring a harness with you for the terrain of the park, and you may also want to bring some snacks for longer hikes (don’t forget Scooby snacks too!). Dog walkers also appreciate the simple layout with easy-to-follow streets in most parts of Blauvelt. Just be sure to clean up after your companion to keep your neighbors happy.
West Blauvelt is another scenic and pawsome neighborhood with plenty of little natural gems that your dog will be ecstatic to explore with you. If you plan on walking your dog in this neighborhood, you will want to grab some waste bags and a good leash. You are sure to encounter plenty of other dogs of varying sizes while walking, so make sure your pup minds her manners while walking. There are many small lakes throughout West Blauvelt, so you may want to pack an extra towel or two if your dog can’t resist the water. You will probably need a towel for yourself, too!
Central Blauvelt is a wonderful neighborhood for dog lovers. You will find that this small and quiet residential part of town is the pawfect place to take your pup on a stress-relieving walk after a long day at work. If you and your dog love nature, you should pack some waste bags and a good walking harness and leash and head over to the Tackamac North Park for an afternoon of tail-wagging fun. You will probably never live it down if you forget the tennis balls, so make sure you are prepared before you head to the park with your dog.