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Oh, to be a dog in Throggs Neck, New York. Throggs Neck is one of the best neighborhoods in the Bronx to go on a dog walk. This beautiful peninsula marks the boundary between the East River and the Long Island Sound, meaning lots of beautiful shoreline and incredible views in almost any area of the neighborhood. Dog walking in Throggs Neck almost never feels like a chore, even on foggy cloudy days, because of the roar of the ocean and the incredible views of the Throggs Neck Bridge.

To top it off, there are two exceptional off-leash dog parks where your pup has room to run and play. At any time of day that the parks are open, there will be a variety of dogs ready for a playdate to wrestle, chase, play fetch, and tire each other out while you and other owners can chat and take in beautiful views.

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If you and your dog love living by the water, Throggs Neck, New York is a perfect place for you. While this neighborhood is just a few subway stops from the city, it has a suburban, almost country feel that will leave you relaxed and happy after a stroll on the street. Many of the beach-front areas are private, so if you're looking for a run in the sand with your dog look into local rules and ordinances.

Throggs Neck is also known to have some of the best off-leash dog areas in all of New York City. One of these dogs parks has ample beach front for your pup to run in the sand and even get his feet wet in the bay. These sandy areas are the perfect spot to get off the concrete, get out excess energy and have a little fun while you gaze at beautiful views of the bay. 

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If you have the chance to go dog walking in Throggs Neck, your first stop should be the Little Bay Dog Run. The city recently invested in making this park a paradise for dogs, and there is even a stretch that runs along the beach under the Throggs Neck Bridge. The entire park is made of sand, which carries the beachy feel throughout and gives the entire area excellent drainage so you don't have to deal with a muddy mutt when the weather gets wet in the spring and fall. There is even an area for small dogs so they can have their own pint-sized fun without worrying about bigger dogs intimidating them or taking control of the fun. The redesign of the park took into account almost everything. Besides the amazing footing and the view, there are plenty of water fountains to keep dogs hydrated and shade areas to keep owners cool during hot days.
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