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Dog Areas in Madison, PA

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Peaceful, quiet, and family-friendly, Madison, PA is a slice of small-town America located just a 38-minute drive from Pittsburgh. Named after the fourth president of the United States, James Madison, the town is perhaps best known as the setting of the 1991 tearjerker and coming-of-age movie My Girl. The film itself was shot in Sanford, Florida, though, so visitors should have no problem wandering around without being reminded of that scene with the bees! The town itself is a small, tight-knit community clustered around several local businesses on Main Street. There aren’t any veterinary services in Madison, but fur-tunately, you’ll find a choice of clinics to take good care of your buddy in nearby West Newton.

Madison is a bit too small to sustain its own dog park, but that doesn’t mean you and your pooch will have too "ruff" of a time looking for exercise options! Madison Park on Mill St is both charming and relatively canine-friendly, so it’s a great place for you two to stretch all six of your legs. You’ll also find plenty of hiking options close by, and if your pup craves off-leash adventure, don’t worry -- you’re always just a short drive away from some pawesome parks where your furry friend can run free!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Madison, PA

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    Population Density 2,137/sq mi

    #1 West Newton

    If you and your pooch love hiking, then West Newton is a real mutts-visit! It’s home to its own stretch of the Great Allegheny Passage, one of the best-known trails in the Maryland/Pennsylvania area. A converted railway line, the Great Allegheny Passage runs for over 150 miles from Cumberland, MD to Pittsburgh, taking in all sorts of splendid scenery along the way. The stretch from West Newton to Buena Vista is easily walkable, and wanders through some wooded wonderland. Just remember to bring your own bags and water!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,206/sq mi

    #2 East Greensburg

    Your dog will go barking mad for a trip to the Franklin Dog Park at Twin Lakes Park in Greensburg! There’s plenty of space in the green, fenced-in area for your fur ball to run around and tire themselves out in. The dog park is divided into three areas -- one for large dogs, one for small dogs, and one for pups of all shapes and sizes, so your pooch can socialize no matter their size or temperament. Bags and water are provided, so all you need to to is bring your buddy and some toys and prepare to play!
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    Population Density 416/sq mi

    #3 White Oak

    White Oak Dog Park might not be quite as big as the dog run in Greensburg, but it’d still be a huge faux paw not to go! There’s still more than enough room for a spirited game of catch or tug-of-war. Like the park at Greensburg, there’s a separate small dog area, but be warned -- the surface is mostly grass, so it’s a good idea to bring a towel for post-play cleanup. It’s also well worth taking a wander through the people side of the park, where you’ll find over nine miles of scenic hiking trails. Watch out for cyclists, though -- the trails are popular with local mountain bikers.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,710/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Greensburg

    Downtown Greensburg is home to the furrific Canine Confections, an amazing dog bakery just a nine-mile drive from Madison. The knowledgeable staff at this pawesome joint are always on hand to help you pick out treats that are guaranteed to get your dog drooling! They stock dog brownies, cookies and birthday cakes for special occasions -- or try the bags of Peanut Smackers for everyday rewards. Owners need to eat, too, of course, and for that, the Sun Dawg Cafe on Main Street has you covered. Their carnitas tacos are seriously special, and canines are catered to outside.
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    Population Density 3,225/sq mi

    #5 South Greensburg

    If you and your pooch are looking to see some more scenery, why not stroll a stretch of the Five Star Trail? Like the Great Allegheny Passage, this tree-lined corridor was once a stretch of railway line; however, the Five Star Trail is only eight miles long. The terrain is flat almost all the way, so this trek is suitable for all ages and abilities, from the fittest furry friends to less athletic animals and owners. Start in South Greensburg and you can finish up with a slice at Rocco’s Pizzeria in Youngwood, where wagging tails are welcome at outdoor tables.
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