Dog walking in Bethlehem

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My name is Jackson. I am 28 years old and live in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Growing up I had a wire-haired Viszla named Max who was always at my side throughout my childhood. Recently, I've been taking care of a my friends' Jack Rustle Terrier and Rottweiler when they go away. They trust me to care for their pets after they see how well I interact with them. I get along great with all animals I've encountered, but it's no secret I love dogs the most.

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Hi there! My name is Kelly and I have over 10 years of dog walking and pet sitting experience. I really can’t remember a time when dogs weren’t a big part of my life! I have previous experience working at a veterinary hospital, as well as volunteering at a local animal shelter. I have worked with dogs of all sizes and all temperaments...over 89 different breeds to date! Every dog is different and I love getting to know the things that make each one unique. I can’t wait to meet yours!

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Dog Walking in Bethlehem

Bethlehem has had a series of growth spurts since its founding. The most recent jump was in 2010, when the census showed that the population swelled by twenty thousand over the previous ten years. That’s not even counting all of the canine residents! Dog lovers have made Bethlehem a canine’s dream. With seven vets and animal hospitals in the area, you know that Bethlehem pets are used to being treated like royalty. Take man’s best friend with you to The Steel Pub, where American classics like wings, beer-battered onion rings, and cheeseburgers are served to a dog-friendly outdoor patio.

Soak in local culture at the Bethlehem Sculpture Garden. Your leashed, well-mannered dog is welcome to join you as you tour the grounds. If you’d like to get up to something a little more rambunctious, check out Madison Park. This neighborhood park has all the charms of a playground and picnic area while also being a bit off the beaten path.


Sleeping in Bethlehem tonight? You have options! Check out the woofderful rooms at The View Inn and Suits, Comfort Suites Bethlehem University, or Historic Bethlehem Hotel! No matter where you bed down, rest easy knowing that Bethlehem is a dog-friendly city 24 hours a day!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bethlehem

North Central Bethlehem

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Population Density
2,383 per sq. mi.

North Central Bethlehem

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Start your day with a trip to Monocacy Park. A creek runs through this gorgeous breath of fresh air in the middle of urban Bethlehem. Dogs aren’t able to enjoy the nature center with you, but they’re allowed everywhere else in the park as long as they stay on leash! Explore the trails and eventually mosey on over to Illick’s Mill. This historically preserved grist mill is a part of local history, which makes finding it both fun and educational. Your dog may or may not be impressed, but it’s the oldest mill in Bethlehem!

Edgeboro

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Population Density
3,969 per sq. mi.

Edgeboro

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Tucked away in the busy Edgeboro neighborhood of Bethlehem is a neighborhood park that has the locals raving. Elmwood Park was designed with the neighborhood in mind. It’s a compact space that makes the most of every inch. At the center, you’ll find a playground, game courts, and even a kickball field. The outer edge is open space perfect for taking your dog for a brisk walk. What the park lacks in refinement, it more than makes up for with convenience. You’ll want to bring your own doggie bowl for your pet as the fountains in the park are made for thumbs.

Historic Conservation District North Side (Central Bethlehem Historic District)

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Population Density
3,704 per sq. mi.

Historic Conservation District North Side (Central Bethlehem Historic District)

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Historic Bethlehem is a hot spot of dog friendly dining options! Three that stand out are all located within two blocks of one another! Try McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub when you just want to try something classic, yet adventurous. They serve wild boar burgers alongside more conventional favorites like draught beer and bangers and mash. You can also check out The Brick for classic pizzas and apps at their dog friendly outdoor tables. Finally, Bethlehem Brew Works is a must see if you’re a fan of signature, craft beer--and a host of authentic gastropub sides. Dogs are welcome at all of these restaurants!

Lehigh Valley

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Population Density
6,309 per sq. mi.

Lehigh Valley

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Lehigh Valley’s Sand Island Park is an urban oasis. Leash up your dog and head right to their biking and walking trails. You’re going to want to keep your dog on a shorter leash because you do have to share the path, but that’s entirely worth it. Sand Island Park has a water feature, great views of Historic Bethlehem across the river, and space to enjoy nature. Picnics overlooking the river are a great draw for Sand Island Park. If you’re bringing the whole family be sure to spend some with at the clay tennis pits and the kid’s playground!

South Bethlehem (South Side)

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Population Density
2,150 per sq. mi.

South Bethlehem (South Side)

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Bethlehem’s South Side is home to Saucon Park. This sprawling park is a great place to get away to. Dogs will probably want to go right for the park’s running trails. Whether you want to generate some dust and go for a jog, or a slow amble is more your speed, this running path is worth it. The park also has a host of other amenities. There are grills throughout the park, making it prime BBQ territory. There’s a playground and some sports fields as well. The river that runs through the park is great for cooling off, and as long as your dog stays on leash, you’re welcome to wade on in!

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