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Boston's South End neighborhood is one of the city's most diverse and historic neighborhoods. Renowned for its charming Victorian homes and delicious restaurants, the South End offers a unique experience in one of Boston's favorite communities. This is a fun area to explore with your pet as there are parks, dog-friendly establishments, and much more to discover! Stop by Polkadog Bakery, an artisan shop that sells homemade dog treats including puppy birthday cakes. Dog Eat Cake Bakery is another posh shop that sells yummy doggie treats made in-house. 

The South End is a perfect place for a walk with your pooch on a warm, sunny day. Check the weather before you head out though because Boston's weather can be extreme at times. The winter brings heavy snow and freezing temperatures and the summer temperatures heat up the sidewalks. Find out the forecast beforehand so that you and your pet can have a fun walk!

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The South End is mostly flat with a hill here or there, but nothing major. It's the perfect neighborhood for a walk filled with people watching, shopping, and relaxing in parks. The community is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its long rows of Victorian brick houses and history. Built on a tidal marsh and on top of a landfill, the South End was one of the first neighborhoods built as part of Boston's landfilling project in the nineteenth century. Because of all of this history, you'll enjoy a charming walk past old houses and manicured lawns on tree-lined streets. 

There are several busy roadways that cut through the South End including Massachusetts Avenue and Tremont Street. While these are where you'll find the best restaurants and shopping in the neighborhood, be cautious when crossing streets, and watch out for other pedestrians and bikers to avoid any accidents. 

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The South End is known for its many green spaces and public parks and it's very difficult to miss one during a walk through the neighborhood. In the center of the neighborhood are Blackstone and Franklin Squares which feature pretty fountains and shady trees. Just north of that is Peters Park, a public greenway featuring a playground, peaceful gardens, and, best of all, a small, fenced in dog park. 

Narrow greenways line the southern and western borders of the neighborhood, featuring a series of parks with connected trails that take you through the city. Ramsay Park is a large, grassy spot in the southern part of the community that gives you easy access to the walking paths. In addition to all these scenic green spaces, you'll encounter many other smaller parks and community gardens around the South End. Make it a point to explore some of these beautiful spots! 

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