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Dog Areas in Coatesville

2 Parks
2 Eateries
5 Groomers

Coatesville is a city in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Although its population declined steadily throughout the 1990s, Coatesville is back on the rise again thanks to private investment and redevelopment initiatives. Its recent economic growth is just one of the things that makes Coatesville a pawesome place to raise a furry family! This city is home to plenty of dog-friendly establishments and parks for both exercise and entertainment throughout the week. 

Jack's Pizza and Pasta is a wonderful restaurant with an outdoor patio where you and your dog are welcome to dine together and enjoy any of their delicious and savory dishes. Make sure your dog is on his leash, and bring his water bowl and food dish if you plan to share your grub.

There are three animal hospitals in and around Coatesville. If you find yourself in need of a good veterinarian, just head over to any of these facilities for your dog's next annual wellness exam. You will be wowed by the stellar compassionate services. Microchipping is recommended by many of the veterinarians in the area.  You'll need to keep your dog's vaccinations current as well, either in your wallet or on your pup's collar. A leash is required while walking through Coatesville to keep the sidewalks friendly!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Coatesville

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    Population Density 6,894/sq mi

    #1 West Coatesville

    West Coatesville is home to Sucker Run, a river that is frequented by dog lovers looking for a quiet spot to get some fresh air. On hot days, the place is all abuzz with pups looking to beat the heat in style, so grab some dry towels to throw in the back seat before you head over for a dip or a run. Just down the road is Lake Kurtz, another place where you can enjoy plenty of fun in the sun regardless of the weather. The spring and summer months are the pawfect times for splashing and sniffing!
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    Population Density 6,894/sq mi

    #2 East Coatesville

    East Coatesville is a quiet neighborhood with plenty of room to walk with your dog during your early morning routine or on a longer weekend adventure. If you want to take a long walk to get some fresh air, there is a walking trail across from the cemetery on Blackhorse Hill Road. This trail isn't paved, so you will want to pay attention to the weather and make sure you have some waste bags to help keep the trail as neat as possible for the next pooch. Scott Field is just around the corner and is a great place for a game of fetch!
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    Population Density 1,303/sq mi

    #3 South Coatesville

    South Coatesville is a quiet neighborhood in Coatesville where you will find plenty of pretty places to walk your pup. You will need a good leash on your beloved pet while exploring the West Branch Brandywine Creek, a pupular destination for local dog walkers looking to get some fresh air. It is also a pawfect place to splash around and beat the heat on a hot summer day if your dog loves the water! You will probably meet lots of new friends while visiting this creek, so make sure you have plenty of practice with your dog in stressful situations!
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    Population Density 6,894/sq mi

    #4 East Fallowfield Township Park

    East Fallowfield Township Park is an amazing and expansive park with walking trails, streams, and hiking paths for you and your pup to explore. This park is a wonderful way to spend a sunny Saturday, especially if you had a busy week and your pup is feeling a little left out. What better way to make it up to her than to head out with a bag full of toys and snacks for a whole day of one-on-one attention in this pupperific park? After a few hours of fetch and walking, your pup will feel satisfied and ready for a nap!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,894/sq mi

    #5 Embreeville


    Embreeville is just a short drive southeast of the center of Coatesville. This town is home to several green spaces that you will love to explore with your dog on a nice day. It is well worth the drive if you both love being outside and are looking for some beautiful scenes to enjoy! The Natural Lands Cheslen Preserve is a wide open space where you and your dog are welcome as long as you obey all posted signs and keep your dog on a leash at all times. You will need some waste bags as well to help keep the preserve clean.

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