In 1808, Clarence was the first town that was established in Erie County. It is thought that Clarence was named after a type of carriage called a clarence. This historic locale is a pawesome place to be a dog owner! Clarence has its own doggie daycare and grooming center if you happen to require their services. One vet hospital in town is in charge of taking care of its canine residents and visitors.
If you're visiting Clarence with a pup in tow, you and your dog can stay at the Asa Ransom House or Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - Clarence. If those don't suit your needs, you can find more pet-friendly lodging options in nearby Buffalo.
If you want to relax with a cup of coffee in the company of your pup, visit the Penny Lane Cafe, the local Tim Hortons, or Goodrich Coffee and Tea. For some baked goodies and pastries, go to McDuffies Bakery. Buffalo and Williamsville, located just 8 miles from Clarence, offer more options for dog-friendly dining.
Need a place where you can walk with your pup? Check out Clarence Pathways. This network of four trails offers several miles of nature to explore with your leashed pooch. Keep in mind that some of the trails are shared with cyclists.