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Dog Areas in Providence, RI

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As one of the earliest established cities in America, there’s no doubt Providence has a rich historical background. Once a major New World seaport, this city is now a bustling muttropolis. Home to numerous shops, attractions and universities, Providence has plenty of places to take your canine companion.

If your furry friend is in need of fresh air and exercise, Providence has some puptastic locations for doggy exercise. Let your pooch run free at either Gano Street Dog Park or Dexter Dog Park.  Be sure to head over to India Point Park. Enjoy the waterfront view as you take a stroll with your dog next to the confluence of the Seekonk and Providence Rivers.

When mealtime rolls around, downtown Providence is the place to be. There are plenty of restaurants in the area that welcome four legged guests. Nosh on delicious grub at places like Viva Mexico Restaurant, The Whiskey Republic or The Duck and Bunny. When you have a hankering for a burger, try Luxe Burger Bar. While you chomp down on a meaty burger, your pup can devour something from the Doggy Menu.  

With so many pet friendly options, you won’t want to miss a visit to Providence. Your dog will be sure to have a tail waggin’ time.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Providence, RI

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    Population Density 10,710/sq mi

    #1 Fox Point

    Fox Point is a great family and dog-friendly neighborhood in Providence. You and your pooch will love the scenery of the Seekonk and Providence rivers. Does your pup need to run off a little energy and mingle with other pups? Then you will love the local Gano Street Dog Park. This fenced-in dog park is great for off-leash fun. You can also visit the popular Duck and Bunny restaurant for a bite to eat with your pup. The Duck and Bunny offers a great atmosphere with outdoor seating that is dog-friendly. They also have great crepes for you to enjoy. If crepes aren’t your thing, swing by another dog-friendly option, Coffee Exchange.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 9,390/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Providence

    Downtown Providence is a great dog-friendly area to visit. In fact, the Downtown area is host of the annual Canine Pet Expo and AKC Dog Show. Are you looking for pawsitive training for your pooch? Then checking out Tremendous Training in Downtown Providence in a must. This area is also great for the dog who is a total foodie. There are SO many dog-friendly dining options in Downtown Providence! One local, go-to place for dog-friendly dining is Luxe Burger Bar. There’s a dog-friendly menu at Luxe. You can even build your own burger! If you’re looking for a friendly tail wag in Providence -- definitely visit Downtown.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 13,130/sq mi

    #3 Federal Hill

    The Federal Hill neighborhood in Providence is a historic charm. This Rhode Island neighborhood has so much to see and do. Plus, there’s plenty of great things for your pup to sniff! While you and your pup are in Federal Hill, be sure to check out Dexter Dog Park at Dexter Training Grounds. In addition to the 9 acres the Dexter Training Grounds offers, your dog can also enjoy off-leash fun at the dog park! Once you work off some calories at the dog park, gain them right back by visiting Julian’s, a local restaurant that leaves dog owners and their dogs howling. Their outdoor seating is dog-friendly, plus their menu is filled with delicious and diverse choices!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 12,560/sq mi

    #4 College Hill

    College Hill is a historic, dog-friendly neighborhood in Providence. Dogs are even welcomed on the popular Providence Ghost Tours. Leashed dogs, that is. The ghost tour is totally worth it. You and your pup will have the chance to go through time and discover the history and haunted tales behind Providence. College Hill is also close to the popular chain pet store, PetCo. Your pup deserves a little shopping after the spooky ghost tour! If you’re not into shopping, grab a bite to eat at College Hill’s popular restaurant, Flatbread Company. Flatbread Company offers dog-friendly outdoor seating and amazing wood-fired pizza!
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    Population Density 8,870/sq mi

    #5 Wayland

    The dog-friendly Wayland neighborhood in Providence is where to go if you are looking for a cozy place that feels like home. This Providence neighborhood won’t just make you feel at home, though,  Wayland also features a scenic view of the Seekonk River. But, of course the best thing about this neighborhood is that it is pawsitively dog-friendly! With all of the scenic trails this Providence neighborhood has to offer, your dog will always have something to do, see, and sniff! There are many great local retailers and restaurants in Wayland. One popular dog-friendly choice is Books on the Square, a  pawsome place for you and your pooch to sit and read a book or two.
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