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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 Greenville

Greenville, Rhode Island, is a small village in the town of Smithfield, located in the northwestern portion of the state, just outside the larger city of Providence. This village is pup-friendly throughout and sports a combination of rural and residential areas that is welcoming to all. If you are looking for a veterinarian for your fur-ever friend while here, there are two clinics in town ready to take care of any of your pet’s needs.

For some pawtastic fun with pup in tow, don’t miss the Ken Weber Conservation Area at Cascade Brook in Smithfield. There are 27 acres of paradise tucked into this area. A one-mile trail meanders past a brook and a small waterfall, all while in a most beautiful area of shade trees and rock outcroppings. Be sure to be careful with your pup during wet conditions on these rocky slopes. You can relax and enjoy the open spaces throughout the park, as well. Be sure to bring plenty of water to share and mutt mitts to keep this park pristine. Your fur-ever friend can explore on an extended long leash here.

Greenville is full of small-town charm and just waiting for you and your fur-ever friend to enjoy!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Greenville

Providence

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Population Density
1,213 per sq. mi.

Providence

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Head to the Providence neighborhood, in the town of Johnston, just 5.5 miles southeast of Greenville, with your pawtastic pup for some outdoor exploration. The Snake Den State Park, with over 1000 acres, will give you and Fido plenty to do in nature. Why not pack a picnic lunch and head out on their walking trails which wind for miles throughout the property? There is also a working farm on the premises, which adds to the beauty. Visitors frequent the area in the fall to see the spectacular foliage. This is a rural outing, so bring plenty of water to share.

Esmond

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Population Density
285 per sq. mi.

Esmond

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The Stillwater Scenic Trail, in the Esmond neighborhood of Smithfield, is just 4 miles north of Greenville, and is the place to enjoy Rhode Island’s great outdoors. Hop on this one-mile trail that begins here and runs alongside the Woonasquatukcet River. This old rail trail is perfect for all pup-abilities. Bring plenty of water and clean up bags. Fido must remain on leash on this multi-use trail for his safety. If Fido would like to romp on an extended leash, there is a large open space, perfect for just that, at the Esmond Park Conservation Area adjacent to the trail.

North Scituate

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Population Density
212 per sq. mi.

North Scituate

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The North Scituate neighborhood, in the town of Scituate, 3.7 miles northwest of Greenville, offers a great pup-friendly hiking opportunity for all! Stop by the Esek Hopkins Trailhead, located in the Esek Hopkins Park. Two loop trails each feature over a mile of walking through the forest. Take the Blue Loop up to the top of Huckleberry Hill. There is an elevation increase, so plan accordingly. For elderly pups, choose the White Loop along the stream and lower-lying areas. It is important to keep you fur-ever friend on leash while hiking these trails. Restrooms are in the adjacent park.

Smithfield

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Population Density
706 per sq. mi.

Smithfield

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The Smithfield neighborhood of the town of Smithfield, 4 miles north of Greenville, offers residents and visitors a pup-tastic outdoor area. The Connors Farm Conservation Area is a great place to take your pup on a hike on the color-coded trails with posted maps to note your location. The Red Trail winds through the woods, across a small bridge over a stream, and ends at a pond where you can sit and do some birdwatching. Or take the 1.6-mile Blue Trail which splits in two, one leading to a small cave to explore. Be sure to keep Fido on leash.

West Greenville

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Population Density
674 per sq. mi.

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Fun can be found in the West Greenville neighborhood of Greenville. Pack up your pup and head to Deerfield Park for some outdoor enjoyment together. There are multiple sports fields where you can catch a game, and lots of grassy, open spaces for you to wander and relax with your pup by your side. How about taking a long leash and letting Fido romp in the fields? Be sure to bring mutt mitts to clean up after your pawtastic friend. Restrooms and drinking fountains are provided here, so all you need is a picnic lunch to share under the shade pavilions.

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