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Dog Areas in Cranberry Township

9 Parks
7 Shops
14 Eateries
6 Groomers

One of the fastest growing areas in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area, Cranberry Township offers up a tail-wagging mix of both urban and rural attractions. With everything from sprawling green parks to numerous dog-friendly restaurants, as well as six veterinary clinics, this is a destination that your pooch will no doubt love.

There are a number of exciting parks to explore in Cranberry Township, such as the spacious Graham Park, where you will find multiple sports facilities, a pirate-themed playground, fishing areas and a paved walking path. North Boundary Park is another one worth visiting, as the walking trail that runs through this picturesque park is extremely serene and scenic.

In between all of that walking, be sure to check out the Woof Stop Bakery, where you will find doggie cakes, cookies and more baked fresh each day. If you are feeling hungry too, there are several dog-friendly restaurants in Cranberry Township where you and Fido can enjoy a meal together. Give Aladdin's Eatery a try for their delicious Lebanese cuisine, or Tamarind for some traditional Indian food, while the Italian ice creams at Rita's Italian Ice are perfect for dessert.

From exploring expansive parks to dining at a variety of restaurants, there is so much to keep you and your pooch busy in and around Cranberry Township. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cranberry Township

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    Population Density 929/sq mi

    #1 Glen Eden/ Ogle


    The Glen Eden/ Ogle neighborhood tends to be a favorite with dogs, as this is where you will find Cranberry Township's one and only dog park. It is located within the Cranberry Township Community Park, which is home to sports facilities, playgrounds and more. Although dogs are not allowed in the main park, the Rotary Dog Park is the pawfect place for pooches to play off the lead. This fully fenced-off park features separate grassy sections for smaller and larger dogs, with a waste bag dispenser at the main gate, as well as a water fountain with both human and doggie drinking heads.

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    Population Density 3,072/sq mi

    #2 Fernway


    Your pup will no doubt find Fernway exciting, as there is so much to see and do here. There are a couple of small playgrounds, such as the Creekwood Commons Playground and the Freedom Woods Playground, with walking paths circling them, and these are ideal for a leisurely stroll with Fido. When it comes to treating your pooch to a restaurant meal, there are a couple of options available to you in this neighborhood. For build-your-own pizzas, as well as dry rub wings and cheesesteaks, head to Champ's Pizza House, while pooches who enjoy classic American dishes will love the Freedom Square Diner.

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    Population Density 951/sq mi

    #3 Fox Run


    Fox Run is a quiet, residential neighborhood, making it pawfect for a relaxing day out with Fido. Begin with a stroll around the Fox Run Playground, which is home to play equipment and a baseball field, and surrounded by charming historic architecture. For pooches who like Asian cuisine, this is the neighborhood to be in, as there are two delicious dog-friendly restaurants here that specialize in Asian dishes. The first is Noodles and Company, with their Asian fusion noodle and pasta dishes, and the second is Jimmy Wan's Restaurant and Lounge, a Pan-Asian restaurant that puts a unique twist on classic dishes. 

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    Population Density 2,375/sq mi

    #4 Seven Fields


    Just 2.5 miles away from Cranberry Township is the small town of Seven Fields, which is home to a couple of pawriffic parks. The Seven Fields Municipal Park features a playground, picnic areas, and a vast expanse of green that dogs love to sniff about in. The Seven Fields Town Park is also worth checking out, with its swimming pool, playground, sports facilities, and paved walking path. For a sweet treat afterwards, head on over to Bruster's Real Ice Cream. This dog-friendly ice cream joint serves up special sundaes for dogs, topping them off with crumbled up dog treats to make sure that Fido feels really special. 

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    Population Density 726/sq mi

    #5 Wexford Rd


    Less than seven miles from Cranberry Township is the Wexford neighborhood of Wexford Rd, which offers up some pawtastic dog walks. Some of the most popular to be had are found in North Park, a 3,075 acre park that spans three townships; Pine, McCandless and Hampton, with this neighborhood providing access to the northern portion of the park. With a 65 acre lake, multiple sports facilities, a nature center, trails and more, there is so much to see and do at North Park. If all of that was not enough, the 38 acre Pine Haven Park is also in this neighborhood, with its numerous picnic tables, nature area and half-mile nature trail. 

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