Dog walking in Glocester

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Hi I'm Melanie. I have had dogs all of my life. I'm friendly and loving and will treat your baby as if he were my own. I provide poop bags and I usually have treats on me

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training

Hi! My name is Perri, and I've been living in Boston for the past 7 years. Growing up, I had 2 chocolate labradors, Bubba and Dudley, who I cared for and followed me all around the neighborhood making friends. In my adult life, I've cared for/trained pets for friends and roommates including a pitbull puppy named Paisley, an English bulldog puppy named Jasper, and a Yorkshire Terrier named Tammy. I currently have a mixed breed rescue dog named Kane. He has opened up to me and become super sweet to people in the time that I've had him. I like dogs of all shapes and sizes, and I have the patience, temperament, and experience to handle many different breeds. I can't wait to meet your pup too!

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Dog Walking in Glocester

Glocester is an interesting place to visit and a beautiful place to live. It can be tough to pin down on a map for the simple reason that Glocester incorporates two communities who are still known by their names: Harmony and Chepachet. The united population is almost 10,000, but this area maintains a lot of country charms. Try stopping by the one animal hospital if your dog needs some small town care, and you’ll see for yourself.

If you want to see exactly what Glocester has to offer, look no further than the Walkabout Trail Trailhead. This trail is close to a lake beach and extends near the water in an easy, but beautiful hike. Your leashed dog will love the opportunity to stretch his legs and really cover some ground!

If you want to make the day of it, try the George Washington State Campground. There are a variety of trails that will cater to every difficulty level. You can go the distance or go for a stroll, whatever you and your dog require. Leashed pups are allowed on the paths and at the picnic areas, but have to avoid the beaches. You can still get a great view, and see just what makes Glocester special!


Best Dog Neighborhoods in Glocester

West Glocester

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Population Density
69 per sq. mi.

West Glocester

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The Casimir Pulaski Memorial State Park in West Glocester is a must-see in the area. In the summer, you can see the water from a distance, but pups aren’t allowed on the beach during the peak season. In the winter, you have more freedom--not that anyone wants to swim! There are a variety of trails that are great for year-round hiking, so you can choose the length of your stay. Walk briskly to work up a sweat in under an hour, or take the day to relax. Your dog will love the ample open spaces, so even a leashed walk will be worth it!


East Glocester

36
Population Density
69 per sq. mi.

East Glocester

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There are two amazing places to walk your dog in East Glocester. Start with Heritage Park & Fitness Trails. These trials are designed to offer you a varied and appealing way to work out. Leash up your pup and head into the trails for a quick workout. Just remember you’ll be sharing the trails with joggers, bikers, and maybe other dogs, so it can be a lot for a shy pup. If you have more time, try Steere Hill Glocester Land Trust Trailhead instead. You can find the trail maps online. They have a variety of lengths and difficulties, but bring your own water!


East Smithfield

24
Population Density
806 per sq. mi.

East Smithfield

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East Smithfield is home to an amazing place to walk your dog: the Ken Weber Conservation Area at Cascade Brook. The park is only a 10 minute drive from Glocester and is over 27-acres that contain several hiking trails neatly organized. You can take the one mile trail for an easy path that takes you to the high points on the property, most particularly the bubbling brook for which the area is named. Be aware that the brook does sometimes dry up, particularly the height of summer. Even if you can’t see the waterfall, your pup will love the room to roam!


North Johnson

12
Population Density
489 per sq. mi.

North Johnson

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Snake Den State Park in North Johnson is just 20 minutes from Glocester by car. The drive is totally worth it if you and your dog have a long day of fun planned. Snake Den State Park is over 1,000-acres, so you can give up any hope of seeing it all in a day. There’s always so much to see and do, from tracking squirrels through the underbrush to walking the many trails. One key draw is in the Autumn, when the leaves change and make everything gorgeous. For your dog, of course, every day is the best day to visit! 


Sprague

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Population Density
162 per sq. mi.

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Sprague in Glocester is home to the sprawling Sprague Farm Town Forest. This 1,200-acre retreat is perfect for exploring with your four-legged friend. There are several miles of trails, from single foot paths to wide farm roads through the area. There are picturesque stone walls and an old family cemetery. Best of all? Dogs are allowed off leash! They are required to be under voice control, however, so practice at the park to make sure your friend can come when called. With plenty of trails, leashed dogs can have just as much fun at Sprague Farm Town Forest. Bring your own water, too!


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