Dog walking in North Smithfield

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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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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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Dog Walking in North Smithfield

North Smithfield began as a Rhode Island farming community in 1666, and it was then incorporated into a town in 1871. This town has several historic villages within it that bring added charm to an already lively community. Over 12,000 people call North Smithfield home, and they enjoy all the amenities that a big city has while still benefiting from the small-town feel of North Smithfield. There are many pets in North Smithfield, as well as several outdoor spots for exploring along with your canine companion, whether it's visiting historical sites or walking through parks and beautiful neighborhoods. North Smithfield has its own animal hospital as well as horse care centers. If you branch out further into Rhode Island, you'll find several other veterinary clinics to take great care of your pets.

In the northernmost part of North Smithfield, you'll find a great restaurant called Gusto Pizzeria and Spaghetteria. Mouth watering yet? Not only do they serve excellent pizza and pasta, but they also welcome small dogs at one of their seven outdoor tables! You can also get dishes like sandwiches, wraps, and burgers, and desserts at Gusto's. Once you're well-fed, you can get out and explore the North Smithfield area with your dog and discover all the furrific things this town has to offer!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Smithfield

Bennett Ave

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
754 per sq. mi.

Bennett Ave

48

In slightly over half an hour, you can drive from North Smithfield to Wrentham, Massachusetts and the wonderful Wrentham Dog Park, where your pup is sure to have the time of their life! This fenced-in, off-leash park takes up about four and a half acres of space. This park doesn't separate dogs by size, but there is so much room that all dogs can run and play. For added safety, there is a double gated entrance to the park. You'll also find benches shaped like large, wooden dog bones, plenty of trees, and even picnic tables. Don't miss out on this furtastic dog park!

South Warwick

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,613 per sq. mi.

South Warwick

36

Warwick, Rhode Island is the second largest city in the state with a population of over 81,000 people. It's only about a half-hour drive from North Smithfield, and in South Warwick, there's an awesome dog park you won't want to miss. The Warwick City Dog Park has separate sections for large breeds and another for small dogs. Most of the ground at this park is sand, and while your dog may get sand in their fur, it beats muddy paws! There have also been several trees added to the park to provide shade on hot days.

Medway

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
954 per sq. mi.

Medway

24

The Medway Dog Park in Medway, Massachusetts is a very special place, and it's only a 35-minute drive from North Smithfield. A 15-year-old boy came up with the plan for the park since dogs had nowhere to run off of their leash in Medway. Once his plans for the park were approved in 2001, he enlisted family, friends, and volunteers to build the dog park. This park is completely fenced-in, and it opens at 6:30 AM on weekdays, 8 AM on weekends, and it closes every day at 8 PM. Throughout the park, you'll find several bags at your disposal to clean up after your dog.

Singletary Pond

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
577 per sq. mi.

Singletary Pond

12

Millbury, Massachusetts is less than a half-hour's drive from North Smithfield. In the western part of the town, there's a place called Butler Farm Dog Park. You and your pooch are sure to both love it, and  You'll love how well fenced this park is as you'll never have to worry about your Houdini hound disappearing. Dogs from Millbury/Sutton must be licensed, and owners are required to pay a $5 annual fee to access the park, and dogs from other communities will also need to be licensed, and their owners must pay a $20 yearly fee to get into the park.

Pond Street N

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,541 per sq. mi.

Pond Street N

0

A 25-minute drive from North Smithfield gets you to Attleboro, Massachusetts. This city has a population of more than 44,000 people, and it's a nice place to live or visit if you're a dog owner. The Attleboro Dog Park is located in southwest Attleboro, and it was the first dog park in the city and was entirely built by volunteers. This dog park has an area for small dogs under 30 pounds, as well as for dogs that are on the bigger side. You'll also find water, water bowls, benches, and doggy waste disposal items throughout the park at your convenience.

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