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Collinsville is a lovely town in Henry County, Virginia. This town has plenty of natural charm and local amenities that make it the pawfect destination for you and your pup to call your next home. You will want to make sure you have your dog on a short leash walking right in line with you as you make your way around town during your morning and afternoon walks, as the sidewalks can get busy with lots of other furry friends out and about at the same time.
Need a little more exercise? There are several creeks that run through the entire town. Daniels Creek is a popular spot for dog walkers who enjoy plenty of room to run around. There are lots of pull-offs on the road where you can park. Just make sure you have some dry towels in the car for your drive back home.
There are two animal hospitals in Collinsville and a handful more just a short drive away. Finding an amazing veterinarian to keep your dog in tip-top shape won't be hard at all if you are planning on living in Collinsville with your canine companion. Vets in the area encourage microchipping just for peace of mind if you are new to the area.
North Collinsville is an amazing community with access to several cool creeks and ravishing rivers that run through the rest of the town. Just on the other side of the town line, the Jack Dalton Park is an amazing place to visit for some well deserved fun in the sun. Your pup will be eager to burn off all of that extra energy in this green park, so pack plenty of waste bags and tennis balls or your dog's favorite toys as you prepare for a wagtastic adventure together. A leash is a must, especially when the park is busy.
Bassett Forks is a quaint little community in the upper west corner of Collinsville. It is technically part of the neighboring town of Bassett, but it is right on the border so residents often share access to the local creeks and rivers that are so pupular with the four-legged residents. Reed Creek is a well-loved spot for dog walkers looking for a scenic walk or an easy way to beat the heat during the summer months. You will need some clean-up bags, and keep plenty of drinking water with you if you plan on walking for a little while.
Fieldale is a quiet place just to the west of Collinsville where you will find plenty of pupperific places to take your canine pal for a walk after a long day at work. If you are looking for the pawfect place for a Saturday morning stroll, Fieldale Park is right next to the river and offers a little something for every pup. There are walking paths for exercise, green grass for games of fetch, and access to the river for those quick dips that are mutts-appreciated on hot days. Just make sure you have dry towels and waste bags on hand.
Heusley is a pupperific neighborhood just a few minutes to the southeast of Collinsville. There is a local park called Community Park that is a pupular area for dog walkers and fur families to visit on warm days. You will need to keep your dog close by on a leash, but he will be so busy enjoying the fresh air and rolling in the lush grass that he will hardly notice! If your dog gets overwhelmed easily, you will want to give him plenty of space when the park is busy. Some snacks in a pocket are always a great idea, too!
Spring Cove Park is a large recreation area that rests right on the banks of the Philpott River. It is about 25 minutes from Collinsville and well worth the drive if you are looking for some of the best hiking around to enjoy with your dog. You will find plenty of places to stop for a pupperific selfie or a quick snack break. A harness is recommended on the trails to keep your dog as comfortable as possible. You will also need plenty of doggy waste bags so that you can help keep the trails clean for the next round of pups.
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