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Dog Areas in Horsham

3 Parks
4 Eateries
2 Groomers

Horsham is considered a rural but incredibly diverse community in Pennsylvania. Situated in Montgomery County, the town is a wonderful place to be a pup! There are plenty of spots to stop and take in the amazing view while still enjoying plenty of peace and quiet. With four dog-friendly restaurants and three local parks, there is never a dull moment in this town. You will find the residents are friendly and welcoming of new faces, whether they are furry or not! Tonelli's Pizza Pub is a favorite local destination that welcomes dogs on its outdoor patio as long as the weather is nice. If you are craving pizza or a hot sub, this is the best place for you and Sparky to stop when those cravings settle in!

There are seven animal hospitals in the surrounding villages of Horsham, so you will be able to get your pet to a professional in less than thirty minutes should an emergency arise. You will have plenty of choices when the time comes to find a veterinarian for Spot's annual exam and those dreaded shots! The town isn't far from the New Jersey/Pennsylvania line, so if you have family on either side, it is a great place to call home!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Horsham

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    Population Density 2,704/sq mi

    #1 Hidden Creek Estates

    Hidden Creek Estates is a delightful neighborhood with two main parks to bark about. The Hideaway Swim Club Park is a large open park with a pool in the middle of it. While the lifeguards won't take too kindly to your dog jumping in with his water wings on, they won't mind if you take your pup for a stroll or a game of fetch in the green grass around the pool. You will need to bring plenty of waste bags, and you will want to clean up after yourselves before you leave to head back home for the evening.
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    Population Density 2,704/sq mi

    #2 Central Horsham

    Central Horsham is a wonderful place if you are looking for a spot for some delicious food where your dog can join you. Otto's Brauhaus is a traditional restaurant where you can enjoy classic pub fare with a German twist. Leashed dogs are welcome on the patio. The wait staff will even bring a bowl of water for your dog! Blair Mill Park is just a short drive over to the north side of town if you are looking for a great place to throw around a Frisbee for a few hours on a clear day. Just remember to bring some puppy waste bags for easy clean-up!
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    Population Density 2,704/sq mi

    #3 Windsor Pass

    Windsor Pass is a pupperific dog-friendly neighborhood on the southern end of Horsham. This residential area welcomes many dog walkers with wide sidewalks and plenty of interesting trees and lawns to sniff out! Lukens Park is a pawesome place for you and your pup to have a little fun in the sun together on a nice day. You can lay out a picnic blanket and enjoy some sun with your pooch, or toss around some of his favorite tennis balls for a little while. You will want to bring some water, because your pup is probably going to want to stay for a while!
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    Population Density 2,704/sq mi

    #4 Arbor Glen

    Arbor Glen is a quiet residential neighborhood where dog walkers can enjoy a serene view of the trees and open grassy areas that are frequented by the local canine clientele. There are some well-kept sidewalks here where you and your pup can enjoy a daily walk. If your dog is a fan of the outdoors, Arbor Glen also has a beautiful winding walking path which is pawfect for a little exercise. You will want to bring your waste bags for your walk through Arbor Glen. There are waste stations set up for easy disposal, so don't be shy! Your dog sure won't be!
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    Population Density 2,704/sq mi

    #5 Heaton

    Heaton is a small town to the east of Horsham with plenty of natural wonders to call its own. Residents of Heaton have access to several local wildlife preserve areas within a short ten-minute drive, which means finding the pawfect spot for you and Sparky to run and play will be a breeze! The Buehler Park Nature Study Area is just one such park where you and your pup can walk all day long on the designated paths if you would like. Your dog will prefer a harness if you have one to make walking along the more rugged trails more fun!
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