Dog walking in Somerset

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When I was a little girl, I lived in a rural area, far away from my classmates, so my dog was literally my best friend. I knew from a young age that I wanted to work with animals. I have volunteered with two animal rescue organizations so I have experience with a variety of dogs. I’m “MOM” to my dog Callie. My dog is my baby with my two other kids and I spoil them rotten. I can assure you that I will treat your babies like they were my own, not only because I’m an animal lover, but because it’s how I want my babies treated while I’m away.

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Dog Walking in Somerset

Somerset, Pennsylvania is a small, cozy city that welcomes tourists and residents alike to enjoy its beautiful weather and open-air activities. If you and your pup are the types that pre-fur a long hike to lounging on the couch, Somerset can happily accommodate you. From the local shops like Fetch-N-Go, where you can get your everyday essentials, to the local dog park where you can take your evening walks, you are sure to appreciate everything the place has to offer.

Located in the Laurel Highlands, Somerset brings people from around the country who appreciate the quiet stillness and the crisp, mountain air. Somerset is a charming town that is purrfect for pet parents who want to stay away from the stimulation of big cities and reconvene with nature. The area is well-known for its biking trails, hiking paths, and its many parks. 

Gear up and head over to Laurel Hill State Park for a whole day of activities exploring the wonders of Somerset’s nature. In the fall, you can take in the different colored leaves, and during warmer months, enjoy an overnight stay at their pet-friendly campgrounds. On your way home, pass by Bruster’s Real Ice Cream to pick up a refreshing treat for you and Fido!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Somerset

Lake Road

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,466 per sq. mi.

Lake Road

48

This area is widely enjoyed by its furry four-legged residents and is pawfect for pet parents! This is thanks to its close proximity to the Jager and Friends Dog Park, one of Laurel Highlands' pride pet parks. This bark park features nearly a full acre of enclosed, open area for Fido to run around with similarly sized dogs. If that's not your style, you can keep to yourselves and take a few laps around the on-leash trail that follows the perimeter of the park. As its name suggests, this beautiful lakeside neighborhood is located by the water and boasts beautiful views.

Downtown Greensburg

36
Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
3,435 per sq. mi.

Downtown Greensburg

36

Want to get out of town and enjoy some nearby amenities? Leash up and drive out to Greenburg, less than an hour from Somerset. Downtown Greensburg is the perfect place to take a stroll and take in what the city has to offer. If you're lucky, you and your pup may even get to catch Yappy Hour at one of the locally owned shops, Petagogy! For lunch, you can wag over to the Sun Dawg Café. Enjoy lunch with Fido at your feet on their dawg-friendly patio. Finally, end your day with a leisurely stroll through Twin Lakes Park.

Melcroft

24
Population Density
239 per sq. mi.

Melcroft

24

The quiet, rural town of Melcroft is about 20 miles away from Somerset, and it's a great option for pet owners who are looking for a small town away from the hustle of city life. With almost 4 different state parks in the immediate surrounding area, you and your pup are sure to have an excess of outdoor activities to enjoy. If you prefer to explore the hiking trails, leash up and visit the Indian Creek Trail, which is great for bikers and active pets. The trail is still partially unfinished, but it offers spectacular views of local flora and fauna as well as plenty of native wildlife.

Buckeye Road

12
Population Density
4,127 per sq. mi.

Buckeye Road

12

Want to switch up the tempo and take your pup on a new adventure? Just a 40-minute drive from the city of Somerset is Mt Pleasant, PA. This well-known town is home to the Evergreen Drive-In, a pet-friendly drive-in theater where Fido can even join you for a feature film! After your movie, you can swing by Suzy’s Frozen Custard to grab a sweet snack and enjoy beautiful views of Chestnut Ridge while Fido drools at your feet. If you decide to stay overnight, you can take advantage of one of the many pet-friendly hotels in the area!

W Crawford Ave

0
Population Density
3,411 per sq. mi.

W Crawford Ave

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If you live in Pennsylvania and are an avid outdoor enthusiast, there is no better trail to check out than the Great Allegheny Passage. It spans over 150 miles through four different states and three rivers. In Connellsville, visitors can explore the trail beginning near the Youghiogheny River. Pet parents who live in the surrounding areas enjoy gearing up their four-legged friends and visiting the trail to explore the beautiful passages and breathtaking views. Naturally, most visitors don’t tackle the entire trail, as it would take days, but you can visit the local trailhead to take in what the beautiful Laurel Highlands has to offer.