Dog walking in Boyce

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Karen TBoyce, VA 22620

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I have been a pet owner and animal enthusiast my entire life with experience owning and caring for a menagerie of animals. My experiences range from fresh water fish to exotic birds and everything in-between; no creature is too great or small! I am a current pet owner of two small dogs and two cats, and I frequently pet and house sit for friends and family. I have fostered several animals in the past and am always looking for new opportunities to help and care for animals.

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Carmelia (Mel) OBoyce, VA 22620

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““I like animals more than people.””

Hello, I'm Mel I am very loving and compassionate about all animals. I treat your pets like they are mine. I enjoy spending time with them and make sure they are very well cared for and loved.

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Dog Walking in Boyce

The small town of Boyce, located in western Clarke County, is a community that's steeped in history. There's an arboretum in the area with trails where you and your fur baby can go exploring together. If you need veterinary care for your pup, you'll find an animal hospital in town.

Go on an outdoor adventure with your canine pal at the G. Richard Thompson Wildlife Management Area, located about 19 miles south of Boyce. This 4,000-acre hardwood forest is open for hunting, fishing, wildlife viewing, and hiking. Dogs need to be on a leash unless engaged in hunting activities.

Take the family for a day at Rockland Park. This furrific 219-acre facility is just 13.1 miles southwest of town. There are picnic areas, a disc golf course, walking trails, and a playground here. Dogs on a leash may accompany you.

Connect to the Appalachian Trail from the Paris Trailhead off John Mosby Highway that's located about 10.5 miles southeast of Boyce. You can travel southwest for a moderately easy run with gentle grades or head northeast on the "Roller Coaster" portion of the trail. Dogs are welcome but must stay on a leash. Bring water and waste bags with you.

Boyce is located near several outdoor recreational facilities that you and Fido can enjoy together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Boyce

Boyce

48
Population Density
3,383 per sq. mi.

Boyce

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Boyce is a largely residential community with private residences, an elementary school, and a historic district. This area has 154 buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Take time to visit plantations that date back to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. When you want to take your pooch for an outdoor adventure, head to the State Arboretum of Virginia at the Blandy Experimental Farm. Multiple trails wander through this 172-acre area. Dogs may join you here if they're under voice control at all times. Make sure to leash up whenever you're near a parking lot or building.

Northwest Berryville

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Population Density
1,001 per sq. mi.

Northwest Berryville

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Located about 7.3 miles northeast of town, the neighborhood of Northwest Berryville includes an elementary school, a high school, the county fairgrounds, and single-family homes. Visit the historic Rosemont Manor and walk through the grounds. If you're looking for a spot to get fresh air and exercise with your special pal, head over to Chet Hobert Park off Main Street. This facility has athletic fields, a swimming pool, picnic areas, and a fitness trail. Go hiking or jogging through the 102-acre property with Spot. Dogs are permitted in designated areas of the park. Remember to clean up your pup's messes.

Central Berryville

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Population Density
685 per sq. mi.

Central Berryville

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The neighborhood around Rose Hill Park is about 6.3 miles northwest of Boyce. In this area, you'll find residential streets, a few industrial buildings, and a small commercial district. You and Fido can visit the farmer's market on Saturday mornings between May and October here. After selecting fresh produce, head next door to Rose Hill Park. This three-acre facility includes a playground, paved pathway, a gazebo, and open space. Enjoy a stroll through the park and grab lunch or a snack at one of the tables. Make sure you keep your canine companion on a leash and clean up any waste.

Apple Glen

12
Population Density
1,406 per sq. mi.

Apple Glen

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Apple Glen in Berryville includes apartment buildings, single-family homes, and a cemetery. This neighborhood is about 6.8 miles from Boyce. You'll find sidewalks here where you can go walking with Fido. When you want a fun getaway with your four-footed pal, head south about six miles to Watermelon Park and Campground for an overnight. Dogs are permitted in the RV campsites, which offer 30 amp service and cold running water. Spend your day fishing or tubing on the Shenandoah River, then enjoy a meal by the fire with your fur baby. Keep your dog on a leash when outside and remember to clean up any droppings.

Sky Meadows State Park

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Population Density
24 per sq. mi.

Sky Meadows State Park

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There's a pawtastic park about 10.6 miles southeast of Boyce. Spend a day at Sky Meadows State Park with your canine companion. This 1,860-acre facility offers a 5K cross-country course, a fishing pond, and 22 miles of hiking trails that vary in length and difficulty. Go exploring on the Lost Mountain Trails or hike in the Blue Ridge backcountry. After you get some exercise, share a picnic in the park at one of the tables or shelters. Dogs are permitted to accompany you here if they're on a leash that's no longer than six feet. Bring water and waste bags for your outing.