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Park Slope is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods to live in New York City, and the same goes for sophisticated dogs who love to romp and play. With accessible dog parks, dog-friendly places to eat, and access to Prospect Park, dog walking in Park Slope has so much to offer you and your dog. 

It doesn't matter whether you are looking for a long walk in the beautiful, natural landscape preserved in the Northern end of Prospect Park, or you're taking an evening stroll along Park Slope's historic city streets, you and your dog will enjoy a great stretch of the legs. This popular neighborhood was once bucolic farmland, which has been preserved in places like Long Meadow and became a popular "streetcar suburb" in the 1800s when developers built the beautiful Victorian homes that still stand today for wealthy New Yorkers looking to get out of the city. 

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If you're dog walking in Park Slope New York, you'll have your choice of terrain from a beautiful cityscape with some of the most jaw-dropping architecture in the city to relaxing walks on the bridle path in Prospect Park. If you decided to take a walk around the historic district, you'll encounter a few hills to get your heart rate up and challenge your pup to get his exercise, but it will be hard to notice them when you're taking in beautiful and intricate churches and buildings with hand-cut stones. 

Venture into Prospect Park and the terrain changes considerably. Choose any of the paths nearby and you'll find yourself wandering through some of the oldest growth trees in Brooklyn, incredible meadows your pup can frolic across, and lots of natural bird and plant habitat that will take you back to when Brooklyn was farmland cultivated by Dutch immigrants before the American Revolution.

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The Park Slope Historical Society has mapped out a wonderful route that you and your pup can follow for a cultural dog walk. To see some of the city's most beautiful historical structures start at either the B/Q 7th Avenue stop on Flatbush and Park Place or at the 2/3 Grand Army Plaza stop on Flatbush and Plaza Street. This walk will take you past incredible arches, masterfully built brownstone buildings, and hand carved details.

If your pup is more into romping than taking in the historical culture of the area, bring him to South Slope Dog Park to run with his friends. This fenced-in dog park is a safe place to meet up for dog play dates. It's mostly dirt and there are several picnic tables for you to hang out on. Prospect Park's Long Meadow allows off-leash dogs to run and roam from 5:00 AM to 9:00 AM and from 9:00 PM to 1:00 AM, a perfect spot for a game of fetch. 

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