Delmont, Pennsylvania was first settled back in 1814. The town has gone through many names, however. Originally, the area was known as New Salem. Shortly after, it became Salem Crossroads. From there, the name was changed to New Salem Borough. Finally, in 1967, the town became known by its current name. Every October, the Salem Crossroads Historical Restoration Society puts on the Apple 'N Arts Festival on Shields Farm, which is just one of many historical sites in the town.
If you're looking for some dog-friendly fun, we hope you don't mind venturing out of the town. You won't have to travel too far, though. Delmont does have a couple of dog-friendly restaurants. One option is the local fast food chain, which offers up plenty of delicious treats to both you and your dog. We bet he'd love a vanilla ice cream! Delmont does have two veterinarian clinics, so whether you need to get your pup to an annual examination or need care for a sick or injured dog, you have options.
Delmont is a small town that history buffs are sure to enjoy exploring. If you don't mind a short drive with your dog, it's also a great option for dog moms and dads.