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Karen
Karen
Reviewed by Courtney M. on 09/10/2017

"My Rowlf is one happy dog! Karen is a sweet & caring person with such a great love for animals. I trust her with my baby! "

1.11 mi
32m
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Katrina
Katrina
Reviewed by Katherine J. on 08/04/2017

"My dog has not barked since he's been home . This means she did an amazing job and he no longer wants to chit chat since he's exhausted . Thank you !"

1.12 mi
42m
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Dog Areas in Middle Village

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Middle Village in Queens is primarily a residential community with a furiffic park and easy access to several facilities and dog runs in the surrounding areas. Most streets are lined with row houses and have sidewalks where you and your dog can go for a walk. If you need professional services for Fido, you'll find a veterinary clinic in this area.

There's a nice park with a dog run about five to six miles west of town. Take your pooch to Msgr. McGolrick Park off Driggs Avenue to get in some play time with other pups. Dogs need to be licensed and up to date on rabies vaccinations to use this facility.

You can also take your furry friend to Rainey Park to enjoy some off-leash play time by the East River. This facility includes a paved walking trail and a fenced dog run. Let Fido socialize with other canines, or leash up and go for a stroll together through the rest of the park. Rainey Park is about eight miles northwest of Middle Village.

Less than four miles southwest from Middle Village, you and your four-footed pal can go exploring together in Highland Park. Walk or jog on the forested pathway that loops around Ridgewood Resevoir. Keep your pup on a leash no longer than six feet and clean up any messes.

Living in the city doesn't have to cramp your style if you own a dog. The areas around Middle Village have an abundance of pup-friendly facilities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Middle Village

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    Population Density 25,971/sq mi

    #1 Metropolitan Ave/Cooper Ave

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    The neighborhood between Metropolitan Avenue and Cooper Avenue is located between two cemeteries. There are row houses and small apartments along many of the sidewalk-lined streets in this area. From here, you're just over two miles north of the Forest Park Dog Run. Take your furry pal to this fenced facility and let him play off-leash. As long as your pooch is licensed and up to date on rabies shots, you can bring him here to socialize with other canines. The property includes shade trees, benches, and some agility equipment. Make sure you clean up your dog's waste when you come here.
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    Population Density 28,110/sq mi

    #2 Eliot Ave/80th St

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    There are tree-lined streets of rowhouses with sidewalks in the area around Eliot Avenue and 80th Street. Take a stroll with your pup in the neighborhood. When you're looking for some green space, head about half a mile northwest of here to Elmurst Park. This pupful facility has six acres of shade trees, open lawn, and jogging trails. Dogs that are licensed and vaccinated are allowed to join you in designated areas of the park. Make sure to keep them on a leash that's no longer than six feet. Remember to bring waste bags and clean up any messes when you visit this public property.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 12,926/sq mi

    #3 Juniper Valley

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    The Juniper Valley neighborhood includes residential streets, a school, and a pawtacular park. Juniper Valley Park is a popular facility in the Queens area. This public open space includes athletic fields, a running track, paved pathways that loop around the park, and an off-leash dog run. Treat your special pal to some playtime with other four-footed friends here. You can also leash up your pup and walk on the trails in the rest of the park. Bring along waste bags to clean up any droppings. You need to have proof of license and current rabies shots when you bring your dog here.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 27,299/sq mi

    #4 Dry Harbor Rd/Woodhaven Blvd

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    In the Dry Harbor Rd/Woodhaven Blvd neighborhood, there are densely populated streets with row houses and apartment buildings. You can walk along sidewalks in the area to get out with your pup. If you want to take your pooch to some open space, head to Maurice Park, about 2.5 miles west of town. This facility includes athletic fields and a walking path. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long can accompany you in designated parts of the park. Make sure you have proof of rabies vaccination and license with you when you come here. Bring along bags to pick up any waste.
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    Population Density 22,150/sq mi

    #5 Rego Park

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    Rego Park is a residential neighborhood directly to the east of Middle Village. There are plenty of sidewalk-lined streets here where you and Fido can take a stroll. When you want to get out and enjoy green space with your furry friend, drive about three miles east to Flushing Meadows Corona Park. There are paved walking trails around Meadow Lake and an off-leash dog run here. Take a jog with your pooch, or let him enjoy some leash-free playtime in the dog park. Remember to have proof of a city license and rabies vaccination handy when you come here, and make sure you pick up after your pooch.
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