Dog walking in Saunderstown

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Hi! Kristine here! I am a self professed dog person. I currently get to love on my two amazing children in their 20's and 3 amazing dogs! I have had a life full of puppy love and doggy kisses! I've been lucky enough to be the human companion to Bear, Barney,Ginger, Tanner, Lexi, Cobaka and Soukie and Titan! I've learned so much from each of them about love, friendship, patience and devotion. I am looking forward to the many wonders your pup will teach me!

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Hello! I’m Samantha. I’ve been working with Wag! for about 5 years, and I’m currently working at a vet office here in Massachusetts while going to school to be a vet technician. I’ve had animals all my life, I’ve worked at doggy daycare and I worked at a pet supply store during my gap year as a pet food coach, and as an associate with grooming salon safety training. I’ve worked for Wag in NYC while going to school there and here in southern MA. I can’t wait to meet your furry friend!!

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Dog Walking in Saunderstown

The village of Saunderstown in Washington County is a small community that's steeped in history. You'll find a range of outdoor activities located within a 20-mile radius of this area. If you need healthcare for your pooch, there's a veterinary clinic about 2.4 miles south of here in Narragansett.

Take your special pal exploring in the John H. Chafee Nature Preserve. This facility has hiking trails that wander through the woods and out to the beach at Rome Point. Dogs are welcome to join you as long as they're on a leash. Bring water and waste bags with you.

When you want to treat your fur baby to some off-leash playtime with other four-footed pals, head to the South Kingston Dog Park off Dominic Road in Wakefield. There are separate areas where small and large dogs can socialize. Make sure you bring waste bags with you. The park is about seven miles southwest of town.

For a moderately challenging hike along the coast, head about nine miles south to the Black Point trailhead. Follow the trail out to the rocky shoreline and enjoy spectacular scenery while you and fido get some exercise.

Saunderstown is located in an area that offers a variety of pet-friendly outdoor recreational activities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Saunderstown

Saunderstown

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Population Density
366 per sq. mi.

Saunderstown

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The community of Saunderstown is a rural residential area with single-family homes that are located near the bay. There are some peaceful, wooded roads here where you and Fido can go for a stroll together. If you'd like to treat your canine companion to an outdoor adventure, head to the King/Benson Preserve. This 161-acre Nature Conservancy property has about 3.5 miles of hiking trails through hardwood forest. Dogs are permitted to accompany you in the facility as long as you keep them on a leash. Make sure you bring water and waste bags with you so that you can clean up any waste.

Plum Beach

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Population Density
1,541 per sq. mi.

Plum Beach

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Located on the bay by the Jamestown Bridge, the neighborhood of Plum Beach is a friendly community. For your daily exercise, you and your furry friend can walk along the streets here. When you want a change of pace, head to Plum Beach Point and jog or stroll by the water with your special pal. Enjoy the scenic views of the bay as you wander around Plum Beach Point. Dogs are welcome to join you in this area. Make sure you keep them on a leash and under control. Bring waste bags to clean up after your four-footed friend when you visit.

Bonnet Shores

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Population Density
698 per sq. mi.

Bonnet Shores

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Just three miles south of Saunderstown, you'll find the small community of Bonnet Shores. This is a quiet bayside neighborhood where you and your fur baby can take a stroll around the block together. For some fresh maritime air, head to Kelly Beach with your four-footed friend. Play some frisbee or go for a jog or walk in the sand with your fur baby here. You can bring dogs on a leash to the public areas, provided that you keep them on a leash and under control. Be respectful of others and make sure you immediately clean up your dog's waste.

Pettaquamscutt Lake

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Population Density
4,104 per sq. mi.

Pettaquamscutt Lake

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Pettaquamscutt Lake is a quiet residential neighborhood that's about 1.5 miles southwest of the village. The roads here offer a pawesome place to go for a daily walk with Spot. When you want to take a relaxing stroll in the park, head to Domenic Christofaro Park on Boston Neck Road. This 9-acre facility includes some open space, benches, and a picnic area. You and your special pal can enjoy a meal outdoors or play on the grass here. Dogs need to be kept on a leash and under control in this public space. Remember to pick up any droppings left by your pooch.

Allenton

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Population Density
222 per sq. mi.

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Allenton is about 4.5 miles northwest of Saunderstown. You'll find a few small businesses and wooded residential roads here. There are peaceful loops in the neighborhood where you and your pup can take a walk together. Want to go on an outdoor adventure with your furry pal? Head north about 2.5 miles to Ryan Park on Oakhill Road. This 350-acre facility includes a pond, picnic area, and around four miles of hiking trails. Wander by the water and through the woods with your canine companion. Dogs are welcome here as long as they're on a leash and you clean up their waste.

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