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Established in 1837, Snyder is a historic neighborhood within the town of Amherst, New York. Flanked by two major roadways, Snyder is a charming, highly walkable area with quaint homes and tree-lined streets. These neighborhoods feature classic, older Western New York homes and mansions, beautifully landscaped yards, and historic architecture. There are plenty of sidewalks to use to walk your dog either on the main thoroughfares or in the quieter neighborhoods. Snyder also features many restaurants, breakfast shops, and schools along Main Street.

The weather in Snyder is typically comfortable during the spring and fall. Summer can bring high humidity and soaring temperatures, so be sure that your dog is protected from the heat and has access to plenty of fresh water. Winters are often cold and snowy in this region due to Snyder's proximity to Lake Erie. Lake-effect snow storms can impact driving and walking conditions. Proper winter attire will be necessary for you and your dog.

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Snyder has many shady streets that are a mixture of flat and slightly hilly, and easy to walk. The neighborhoods showcase many older colonial homes and well-maintained yards on winding roads. Often, the neighborhood homes display colorful gardens in the spring, summer, and fall, giving you natural beauty to enjoy while walking your dog through the area.  Large, established trees line many of the quiet streets in this hamlet, making it an ideal location to walk your dog on a warm day. It may be an ideal location for dog owners who are looking for something less challenging and more easy-going, as well as owners looking for something that can get their heart rate up with some heavier exercise. Either way, you'll be able to find something to appeal to both you and your dog, depending on where you decide to wander in Snyder.
Greenways in Snyder
Neighborhoods in Amherst have an average of:
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There are three primary greenways in Snyder. Two smaller parks, Dellwood and Fetto, are easy to access and include seating areas, playgrounds, and gazebos for a short walking break or to let your dog experience some enrichment by meeting other people. Accessible via car is Amherst State Park, a sprawling property featuring eight different nature trails. There is plenty of space, trails, and surrounding nature to enjoy with your dog. Be aware that these parks are home to wild animals like rabbits, squirrels, and chipmunks. Keep your dog secure if they have a strong prey drive or like to chase small animals. Also, know that these parks are used by other members of the community including hikers, runners, cyclists, and other dog walkers. Be sure to keep your dog on a leash at all times, clean up after them, and let other park enthusiasts who may be moving faster than you go by first.
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