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Marissa
Marissa
Reviewed by Tara E. on 08/18/2017

"Thank you so much. You are such big help when I get overtime at work. He loves his walks with you. "

1.08 mi
30m
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Marissa
Marissa
Reviewed by Jesse J. on 07/26/2017

"Marissa has walked both my dog and my daughter's dog on separate occasions. She is kind, caring and obviously loves dogs."

1.08 mi
31m
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Marissa
Marissa
Reviewed by Alexis K. on 07/25/2017

"Marissa is a very honest person who you can trust. My dog loves her and wags her tail when I say she'll be having a walk with her! You will be happy if you let her walk your dog - and so will your dog!!! (Special thanks for making sure she was safely back into the house before you left! It says a lot about you that she listens to you and comes when you call!!!)"

2.12 mi
62m
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Marissa
Marissa
Reviewed by Alexis K. on 07/23/2017

"Marissa is a very nice and professional person who always keeps us informed of everything going on and how our dog Riley is doing! Our dog loves walks with her! She is a trustworthy person and I feel safe leaving my pup with her. Thanks Marissa!"

1.23 mi
37m
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Marissa
Marissa
Reviewed by Alexis K. on 07/14/2017

"Marissa was very friendly and sweet to our dog, Riley. She took the time to get to know her before leaving, and the dog quickly warmed up to her. She also gave detailed information about the walk, and updated the app every time the dog relieved itself. Riley wagged her tail for a good few minutes after returning! Like Riley, we are very satisfied; this was our first time using Wag! and we had a great experience! "

1.38 mi
31m
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Marissa
Marissa
Reviewed by Jose L. on 07/11/2017

"Marissa even ran with my dog a bit! She leaves very specific and detailed report cards and is prompt and a great communicator. She deals with ambiguity well too! Thank you so much! "

1.24 mi
32m
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Marissa
Marissa
Reviewed by Margaret A. on 07/10/2017

"Great with my dog, arrived right on time and gave him some great exercise! Thank you!!"

1.09 mi
32m
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Dog Areas in Farmingdale

2 Parks
9 Trails
14 Shops
5 Eateries
6 Groomers

With New York City looming just under 40 miles to the west, and The Hamptons 60 miles to the east, there is a massive amount of New York culture happening in and around Farmingdale, New York. The Farmingdale village is a segment of the Town of Oyster Bay within Nassau County. Long Island has two priorities: pizza and puppies! Lovers of both will find a welcoming community in the village of Farmingdale. With a history dating back to the 1600s, Farmingdale was purchased from three Native American tribes. The names of these tribes are honored in the names of the villages bordering Farmingdale and nature preserves in the area.

There are six veterinarians within the village, almost as many pet shops as delis (that's a lot for a place like Long Island!), and a bunch of pet-friendly restaurants where you can grab a bite with your pupperoni. You can take your dog for an off-leash romp in the Stuyvesant Dog Park in the North Amityville neighborhood, or grab a drink at the Main event in East Farmingdale. There's always a hike waiting for you at the Massapequa Park, and the city is just a train ride away on the Long Island Railroad. Living in Farmingdale, you get a "Tail of Two Cities." You can live the rustic suburban lifestyle of Nassau county and see the skyscrapers of New York City!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Farmingdale

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,231/sq mi

    #1 Fulton

    48

    Does your dog like spicy meatballs? In the Fulton neighborhood, you can get them by the crock at The Dark Horse Tavern. This local pub and restaurant is open for both two-legged and four-legged residents and serves up amazing eats. With over 20 flavors of chicken wings and a build-your-own mule, the Dark Horse Tavern is a great hangout for you and Fido! Also in Fulton lies the 1,477-acre Bethpage State Park. Bethpage is fitted with golf courses, picnic areas, and hiking trails! There are also playing fields that are perfect for fetch. Bring your doggo and check it out!

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 8,612/sq mi

    #2 North Amityville

    36

    Does your dog want to go to a dog park, but doesn't want to sit on the train to get there? No worries! In North Amityville, there's a dog park called the Stuyvesant Dog Park Run which is the pawfect place for some off-leash playtime. Also home to North Amityville is Deli Zone. Despite the name, these delis are amazing and dog-friendly. Long Island culture takes their bagels seriously, so bacon, egg, and cheese on a bagel will be a spiritual experience at Deli Zone. Well, at the very least, your dog will wag his tail!

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,231/sq mi

    #3 North Massapequa

    24

    Does your dog laugh at silly concepts like Chicago style deep-dish, knowing that New York pizza is the only way to go? If so, you need to check out the slices at Mario's Pizzeria in North Massapequa. At Mario's, you have all the classics from margherita to signature "Grandma slices." The special slice is a blend of sausage, pepperoni, meatball, peppers, mushrooms, and onions — all topped with fresh mozzarella. Your doggo is welcome to pull up a tail on the outside seating area. The pizza is delicious, and tails are wagging!

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,231/sq mi

    #4 Massapequa Park

    12

    Does your dog love camping underneath those Long Island stars? Then he'll love living in the Massapequa Park neighborhood. Massapequa sits right on top of the 432-acre park Massapequa Preserve. There are hiking trails that follow streams surrounded by beautiful foliage. Stay for a day or camp out for the weekend! After exploring the nature preserve, you and Fido can visit Ciao Baby, an authentic Italian restaurant with a wood-fired brick oven. Caio Baby has handcrafted cocktails, pasta by the bowl-full, and burgers that are 'mind-beagle-ingly' good!

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,231/sq mi

    #5 East Farmingdale

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    Does your dog like sports bars? If your dog loves sitting next to you while you relax and watch the game, then he'll love East Farmingdale. The neighborhood dog-friendly hangout is a restaurant called The Main Event. The Main Event's menu has dozens of savory bites from bar food to lobster. For those who can't make up their mind, the Main Event has a "split decisions" menu where you can get surf-and-turf style combinations. No need to call a pet-sitter — just bring Fido with you for the next Yankees game! He can hang out with you in the outside dining deck. The hardest part will be figuring out what team to root for — the Jets of the Giants?

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