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Lisa
Lisa
Reviewed by Cynthia S. on 07/16/2017

"Lisa is amazing and I love that she will answer my texts during Patchys walks so I can keep In touch and make sure he is doing well. Thank you so much "

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Poo
Pee

Dog Areas in Centereach

3 Parks
1 Trail
20 Shops
18 Eateries
2 Groomers

The quiet suburb of Centereach, New York is known for being a family-friendly place. It may not have a lot going on, but the hamlet is close-knit. A quick stop at any of the three vets in the borough will show you how the pets are loved and cared for. 

Although it's a quaint place, Centereach has also been the home of a few famous folks! Don Heck, co-creator of Iron Man, was born in NYC, but lived this quiet hamlet in his adult years. Thea Trinidad, a wrestler perhaps better known as "Rosita", also called Centereach home.

Your pup probably won't care about the hamlet's esteemed residents, though. Luckily, Centereach knows how to cater to its canines! Centereach Park is a small park, but is still a barktastic place for you and your dog to have a great time. You can walk the paved walkway that circles the park, or let your kiddos play for a little while. There is always something to see, bark at, and play with here!

Percy B. Raynor Memorial Park is a nice little park that features a good walk to Lake Ronkonkoma. The area is a safe place to walk, even during the evening hours. There is a playground, picnic area, and grassy meadow to enjoy when you get tired of walking.

Centereach is a furrific place for pups and their parents to live or visit!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Centereach

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    Population Density 2,316/sq mi

    #1 Northern Kings Park

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    Smithtown, New York is about five miles from Centereach. This is where you will find Stump Pond Loop Trail. The trail itself is only about 4.5 miles. The average time to walk it is about two hours or so. This quiet leads around the Nissequogue River and through some wooded areas. You do have to watch for horses along the trail, but other than that, it's a fairly calm place to take Fido for walkies. You will need to keep your dog on his leash and make sure that you bring lots of water, since there are no amenities available along the way.
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    Population Density 2,316/sq mi

    #2 Blydenburgh County Park

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    Bills Richards Memorial Park is located in less than 8 miles from Centereach. It is a quiet oasis in the heart of the busy city, which makes it the perfect getaway spot to walk your dog. You will have to register with the neighborhood before playing here, so don't forget to bring proof of current vaccinations. You will also have to provide proof of residency or an identification card, even if you are from out of state. However, there is no fee to come and explore! Perhaps the reason it is such a perfect place is because of the all the requirements put in place to keep it that way.
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    Population Density 2,316/sq mi

    #3 Downtown

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    If you do make the five-mile trip over to play in Smithtown, then you are going to want to drop in at Bonappetitio. Not only is dog-friendly, but it also serves up the legendary pizza pies that New York is known for. Get you a calzone, choose your favorite pizza, or opt for a salad -- there are plenty of menu choices to please any palette. Your dog can join you at any of the outdoor tables as long as they stay on a leash. They can even share your food with you if you would like. Bring a water dish or get your pup a to-go cup.
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    Population Density 2,316/sq mi

    #4 N Country Road

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    If you're craving something, but you can't put your finger on what it is, the place to go is Nick's Pizza and Clam Bar. The menu here has a wide selection of dishes, so you are sure to satisfy your cravings. The locals love the lobster rolls. If you aren't into seafood, then grab a hero, a bowl of penne, or even the perfect pizza. Well-behaved, leashed dogs are more than welcome to accompany you for a doggie dinner date! The best part? This furrific Fido-friendly eatery is just five miles away! What are you waiting for? Leash up and head on out!
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    Population Density 2,316/sq mi

    #5 Jericho Turnpike

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    Indian food may be an acquired taste, but when you try The Clay Oven in Smithtown, you'll fall head over heels for this flavorful cuisine! Start with the make-your-own sampler. You choose your meats, veggies, and even sauces. You can even go vegan, vegetarian, or gluten-free. The best part is Fido can join you for a meal at one of the two outdoor tables. They do fill up fast on the weekends, so make sure to call ahead. Bring a leash with you. If you do want to order for your dog, just let the staff know to hold off on the spices. Bone Appetit!
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