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Dog Areas in Saint Johnsbury

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The shire town of Caledonia County, Vermont, Saint Johnsbury is a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday city life. Something of a sleepy little town, don’t let the small size fool you. There’s a ton of fun to be had in Saint Johnsbury. Whether you’re a native or someone just looking for a nice place to vacation, this town is the perfect place for you and Fido alike. 

Saint Johnsbury even has a mountain named after your pup -- the main attraction of this town is Dog Mountain! Housed on a 150-acre farm, this location has been transformed by the locals into a regular puppy paradise. From the diving pools to the art gallery featuring some of history’s most notable canines to the doggy chapel itself, you can’t go wrong visiting this prime spot. 

The Chapel, built by a local craftsman, is the ideal spot to pay tribute to dogs passed, and the walls are covered from top to bottom in heartfelt notes that could make the grumpiest growler tear up. Bring a picnic, and prepare to meet a ton of dog lovers like yourself. It’s not just a dog’s paradise, but for dog lovers, too!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Saint Johnsbury

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    Population Density 479/sq mi

    #1 Central Saint Johnsbury

    Pitter patter your pup’s paws to Central Saint Johnsbury, where you will find the most delectable food you could imagine -- that is, if you like seafood. Riley’s Fish Shack, a local favorite, serves a number of seafood dishes that would drive even the most extravagant tastebuds wild. Many recommend their clam strips, not to mention the treat that will be provided for your special pup when you settle in the outdoor seating area. Come on a nice and sunny day, and let your canine companion enjoy some nice doggy soft serve with dog treats on top. It’s two paws up!
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    Population Density 198/sq mi

    #2 Central East Burke

    Make the trip to the center of East Burke, another little town in Vermont, and you won’t be disappointed. Central East Burke is home to Foggy Goggle Osteria, a dog-friendly restaurant that never ceases to impress. With picnic style outdoor seating where your well-behaved barker is welcome to join you, choose from any of the many selections on the menu -- from bruschetta to pizza to any of their delicious homemade desserts. It is recommended that you call ahead of time to ensure there will be a spot for you and puppy, as this place is popular with pups!
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    Population Density 1,737/sq mi

    #3 Central Lyndonville

    Next stop is Lyndonville, more specifically, Central Lyndonville. This lovely locale is home to Freighthouse Market and Cafe, a farm-to-table restaurant that doesn’t just welcome doggies -- they encourage you to bring your pup! There’s a park next door where you can bring your leashed dog for walkies, then stop in to get some nice doggy ice cream or even some homemade dog biscuits. It’s not just a dog haven, though. With the selection of organic and fresh meats, as well as the delicious cheeses on the menu, your pup’s favorite person can’t really go wrong either, can they?
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    Population Density 198/sq mi

    #4 South East Burke


    Mosey your mutt on over to South East Burke, home of Cafe Lotti. This cafe brings dog-friendly to a whole new level, though Vermont has done little but impress thus far. Well-behaved dogs are welcomed inside, but the outdoor seating area is worth checking out as well. The scenic area offers wonderful views while you enjoy an espresso or any of the baked goods offered on their extensive menu. Your pup will go wild for the sweet scents, so be sure to bring them a treat of their own! You wouldn’t want them do get jealous, would you?

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    Population Density 40/sq mi

    #5 East Hardwick

    A final stop well worth the trip is in East Hardwick, a small neighboring town that wraps up the local experience extravagantly. Here is where you’ll find Perennial Pleasures Tea Garden Cafe, where you can take your well-behaved woofer to explore the garden before coming in to settle in the dog-friendly tea room. With a selection of savory platters, as well as tea, of course, you’ll really have your work cut out for you when it comes to picking what best suits your tastes. Be sure to bring plenty of water for your wily woof to wet their whistle, and be prepared to clean up any messy mishaps.
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