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In the Flatbush Area of Brooklyn, you’ll find the residential neighborhood of Prospect Lefferts Garden. The name comes from the fact that it is actually a combination of three distinct locations: Prospect Park, Lefferts Manor, and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. The area’s northern-most boundary is Empire Boulevard which leads onto Flatbush Avenue and cuts through Prospect Park as it runs northwest. Its southern border is Clarkson Avenue with Prospect Park running along its western side. To the east, you’ll find New York Avenue. 

While you’re most certainly not spoiled for choice here for pet services, you should find all you need to keep your pooch ticking over on a day-to-day basis. Brooklyn’s Finest Animal Clinic can be found on Nostrand Avenue and nearby on Rodgers Avenue, there is Furry Pawz and Claw Pet Salon for all your grooming needs. Trixie’s Pet Food Supplies is located on Flatbush Avenue. 

Terrain in Prospect Lefferts Gardens
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Since the area is made up of three locations, two of them being greenways, the terrain can be considered much more natural than most neighborhoods within New York City. A large proportion of the area is still made up of residential streets, houses, and sidewalks, but if you head to Prospect Park, you’ll find terrain that will make your pooch feel right at home. The Botanical Gardens aren’t necessarily suitable for letting your dogs off the leash, but they are still great for exploring and breathing in some much-needed fresh air. 

Prospect Park itself can get very hilly at points and it’s important to consider this before setting off. The natural terrain means you may want to consider taking walking shoes. The neighborhood itself is actually pretty level, so if you’re just walking around the streets, you should have no trouble getting your pup where they need to go, no matter how short their legs are. 

Greenways in Prospect Lefferts Gardens
8 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Brooklyn have an average of:
37 Greenways
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Of course, the biggest greenway available in Prospect Lefferts Garden is the famous Prospect Park. This huge city park has a large lake where you can rent boats and is even home to hundreds of animals in Prospect Park Zoo. There are also a huge number of walking trails that are perfect for taking your doggie pal for long leisurely walks along. Or, if you fancy giving them a real run-around, get on your bicycle and have them run alongside you! Locals describe the park as an oasis in the big city, so make sure you make the most of this stunning location. It’s pure tranquility! 

Quite honestly, there’s no beating Prospect Park for suitable greenways in the area. Greenwood Cemetary is also nearby but doesn’t offer the same quality of off-the-leash walks. Please also be mindful of mourners if you’re strolling through the area and make sure to keep dogs off the graves. 

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