Dog Walkers in Bridgeville, PA

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Dog Areas in Bridgeville, PA

1 Park
5 Eateries

A borough in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Bridgeville is a rather small slice of heaven that some might describe as "nondescript". Most people cruising through this tiny town wouldn't even slow their roll. It has your usual mom and pop joints, strip malls, and even a dog park, and you don't have to look terribly far to find any of these. Although the town may appear to be almost sleepy, don't let it fool you. The people in Bridgeville know how to have a good time, and they certainly know how to welcome newcomers -- especially newcomers with four legs and a tail! 

One such location you'll find in this unexpected slice of paradise lies in a strip mall, and like the rest of the town, it may seem rather plain on the outside; well, except for the outdoor tables that you and Fido will soon be making good use of! At Bubba's Gourmet Burghers and Beer, you can choose from one of four outdoor seating areas where you and your hound can share a juicy burger together. Maybe sneak your pup a bite of that thick hamburger patty -- no one is going to judge you here, and your dog will certainly thank you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bridgeville, PA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,938/sq mi

    #1 Lakemont Farms

    What some might call the crown jewel of Bridgeville lies just outside the Lakemont Farms neighborhood, nestled in the midst of town. There, you'll find Fairview Dog Park, an off-leash area that your pup can go dog wild exploring. You'll need to keep in mind that the area isn't fenced in, but as long as your dog is as good as following commands as we suspect, there won't be a problem! With rolling hills, freshly cut grass, and wooded areas for your pup to explore, you'll have no shortage of things to do while at Fairview Dog Park. Just clean up after yourself!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,938/sq mi

    #2 Bridgeville

    If you're the type who can't start your morning jog with your pup without a nice cup of coffee, mosey on over to Washington Avenue and you surely won't be disappointed. There, you'll find La Bella Bean, a small cafe with a wide selection of breakfast items, from bagels to eggs and everything in between. If you need energy to keep up with a wild woofer, however, you'll be more interested in the coffee, espresso, and frappe options. More of a health nut? Grab yourself a smoothie instead, and settle out on the outdoor patio with your precious pooch.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,938/sq mi

    #3 Woodville

    For the more refined palate, you'll likely be drooling at the thought of some sophisticated cuisine -- well, leave the drooling to your dog. On Washington Pike, in the Woodville area of Scott Township, you'll find the Walnut Grill: a classy restaurant with your choice of twenty-five outdoor tables to share with Fido. With a wide variety of entrees and appetizers to choose from, one thing's for sure when you stop in Walnut Grill: you're going to leave satisfied! If you're looking to wind down a bit after a crazy day with your canine companion, order one of their many drink specials and simply relax.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,187/sq mi

    #4 Washington's Landing

    If you're out on the town with your dog, you'll probably want some nice views for you and your pup to enjoy. The views don't get any better than the ones you'll find in Washington's Landing, a neighborhood in Pittsburgh. It's home to Redfin Blues, a dog-friendly seafood restaurant that sits just off the river. The outdoor seating is unique in that it's not necessarily your average patio. The outdoor tables are out among nature, where you can properly enjoy the day with your pup. The wait staff will be more than happy to bring your dog a bowl of water, and Fido will be treated like a king!
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    Population Density 5,076/sq mi

    #5 Central Carnegie

    After a long day of exploring all the city has to offer, no one would blame you for wanting to slow things down a bit -- your precious pup could probably use a little relaxation as well. In Central Carnegie, you'll find Apis Mead and Winery, where well-behaved dogs are welcome to enter the tasting room as long as they're leashed. You'll have your hands full trying to decide which tasty blend you'll decide on, but at least it's not drinking alone if your dog is with you! You might even see other pet parents sniffing out a new wine to try!
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