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Dog Areas in Syosset

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Syosset is an unincorporated hamlet on the North Shore of Long Island. Though modest in size, locals love their community. With excellent schools, close proximity to an abundance of amenities, and a close-knit and inclusive vibe, this affluent town is understandably popular for growing families. Syosset also has five animal clinics to take care of all your furry friend’s medical needs!

Syosset has plenty of fur-iendly restaurants for you and Fido to visit! For a savory meal, check out Hurricane Grill and Wings. You can choose from more than 30 wing flavors – or try them all – with your dog by your side at the eatery’s outdoor tables. Bagel Master has yummy treats and pet-friendly seating outside when the weather is nice.

Pets aren’t allowed at many parks in the area, however, there’s quite a few dog runs within a short drive of Syosset! One such furrific place is just 11 miles to the southwest in Roslyn, where you’ll find the Christopher Morley Park. Dogs are welcome inside the park’s dog run located on the north side of the parking area. This fully enclosed run has an integrated area for both large and small dogs. Though small, it is still a pawsome place for Fido to socialize and exercise.

With its friendly vibes and nearby amenities, Syosset is a furtastic community!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Syosset

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    Population Density 2,573/sq mi

    #1 North Old Bethpage

    You don’t have to travel far to find furrific fun near Syosset! Just six miles out of town in the village of Old Bethpage, you and your four-legged friend will have a blast visiting the Old Bethpage Village Restoration Dog Run! Uniquely enough, this off-leash area is located within a 19th-century living history museum that houses a plethora of original farms, homes and businesses! This fully fenced-in off-leash area has separate yards for large and small dogs, so pups can play comfortably with dogs of their own size. Another unique element of this off-leash area is the eco-friendly initiative in place for drinking water. The dog run has a filtered rainwater collection system that provides clean drinking water for thirsty pups!
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    Population Density 713/sq mi

    #2 South Huntington

    Get ready for some serious tail wagging in the South Huntington neighborhood, about seven miles from Syosset! This neighborhood is home to the West Hills County Dog Park, a pawpular Long Island canine hangout! This fully fenced-in park has lots of woofderful open area with tons of room for a game of fetch with your dog. Feel like an off-leash walk with your pup? Explore the wooded area within the enclosure! For smaller pooches, there is a small dog off-leash area located a short walk from the large dog space. To make life a little easier, there are cleanup baggies available near the entrance, and seasonal water fountains for both humans and dogs. For humans, there are benches, picnic tables and seasonal restrooms. There is a small fee for use of the park, but no membership is required.
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    Population Density 2,180/sq mi

    #3 Salisbury Park Dr/ Carman Ave

    Pawsome playtime awaits you and your pooch in East Meadow’s Salisbury Park Dr/ Carman Ave neighborhood! Just 12 miles from Syosset, your dog will go bananas for the Eisenhower Park Dog Run! This fully enclosed off-leash area has an acre and a half of open space for your pup to romp and roam freely! There is a separate small dog area for pooches that weigh 25 pounds or less, too. Both enclosures have shady areas, drinking fountains for thirsty pups, doggie waste cleanup stations and plenty of trees. The fur-iendly fun area also has benches where humans can relax while their furry friends socialize and play.
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    Population Density 5,021/sq mi

    #4 South Seaford

    You and your furry friend will have a pawsome time visiting the South Seaford neighborhood, just 12 miles from Syosset! This Seaford neighborhood’s Cedar Creek Park is a furrific place for a doggone good time! The large fully fenced-in area is a pawpular place for playtime among area pooches as it has tons of space for running, romping and games of fetch. This puptacular off-leash area is mostly a sandy-dirt footing, which is gentle on your pup’s paws, but you may want to bring a towel for the car ride home! There are separate areas for large and small dogs, plenty of shade, plus seasonal drinking water stations. Humans can socialize too, in the woofderful seating area.
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    Population Density 4,502/sq mi

    #5 South Wantagh

    Tail wagging turf is the name of the game in the South Wantagh neighborhood! Just 13 miles from Syosset, this neighborhood’s Wantagh Park Dog Run is a pawsome fully enclosed park, completely covered in AstroTurf! Though it may not be real, natural grass, the synthetic turf at this park stays green and lush year round, no matter how many pups play on it! Because dogs stay cleaner during playtime, the park has understandably become quite pawpular. There is a pavilion located within this off-leash area, so there is plenty of shade to go around for both pooches and their people. For smaller dogs who may be a bit more timid, there is a separate fenced area, too. Bring cleanup baggies and water.
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