Polka Dog Bakery 256 Shawmut Ave, Boston, MA02118 Polka Dog Bakery offers gourmet treats for dogs. A variety of different treats are offered in a range of sizes.…More Customers also have the option of shopping online.
Doggie Daytrippers 214 Shawmut Ave, Boston, MA02118 Doggie Daytrippers is owned by Karen Nash who believes that a "tired dog is a happy dog." Doggie Daytrippers brings…More pet-sitting to a whole new level where the pets are actually not stuck in a house, cage, or fenced in yard all day, they go on field-trips. The dogs are unleashed into the wild with expert supervision and they get to play with other dogs all day depending on the package. The prices are reasonable, and it is a one of a kind experience for your dog.
DoggieDay 400 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 DoggieDay is a full-service pet care shop. It offers grooming, dog walking, puppy trainig and socialization, dog and cat…More visits and litter box cleaning. It makes house calls, and will take pets to the vet while owners are at work. DoggieDay works with dogs, cats, fish, birds, reptiles and small mammals.
Skipton Pet Center 70 Southampton St, Boston, MA02118 Find everything you need for your cat, dog, fish or other pet at Skipton Pet Center. The friendly staff will assist…More you in finding supplies for your pet whether you're looking for dog food, scratch poles or hiding places for your reptiles. Skipton Pet Center also sells live fish, plants and coral and offers grooming and dog training with Pawsitive Dog Training. The best thing about visiting Skipton Pet Center is that you can take your four-legged friend with you!
D'Tails Pet Boutique 482 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02118 D'Tails Pet Boutique offers a variety of goods and services for cats and dogs. This includes food, food bowls, treats,…More grooming supplies, collars, cat harnesses, custom T-shirts for cats and more. It also offers dog and cat grooming and walking.
Bradford Street Park 21 Bradford St, Boston, MA02118 An urban oasis sandwiched between two brick buildings on a quiet residential street, Bradford Street Park is a great…More escape from the bustle of nearby Washington Street. Portable tables and chairs and even a grill allow for impromptu barbeques (the park cannot be reserved); ample bench and ledge seating are perfect for neighborhood gatherings. But don't bring your dog, as dogs are not allowed. Impeccable gardens and a fountain contribute to the park's peaceful ambience. In winter, the neighborhood Christmas tree stands at the center of the space.
K9 Strolls Shop & Play 83 Pembroke St, Boston, MA02118 K9 Strolls Shop & Play offers daycare and personalized and individual dog walking for all breeds and can emphasize…More training as requested by the client. Service begins with an in-home consultation to get to know dogs and owners. Daycare services are available weekdays from 11am to 5pm, and include pick-up and drop-off services. Weekend and after-hours care are also available. The company also offers play groups, and provides in-house grooming services.
Fenway Fido & Feline 160 E Berkeley St, Boston, MA02118 Serving the Fenway, South End and Bay Village neighborhoods, Fenway Fido & Feline offers a full range of dog walking…More and pet sitting and boarding services. Walking services are available for dogs of all sizes, as well as for puppies still in the training process. Cat sitting services are available as well. Pets may be cared for in their own homes or at Fido & Feline's location, which stocks plenty of toys and beds.
Boston Bays Bow Wow & Meow 160 E Berkeley St, Boston, MA02118 Serving Back Bay, Bay Village and the South End neighborhoods, Boston Bays Bow Wow & Meow offers a full range of dog…More walking and pet sitting and boarding services. Walking services are available for dogs of all sizes, as well as for puppies still in the training process. Cat sitting services are available as well. Pets may be cared for in their own homes or at Bow Wow & Meow's location, which stocks plenty of toys and beds.
Originally slated for highway development, the Southwest Corridor Park today serves as a pleasant pedestrian walkway…More connecting four Boston neighborhoods and offering recreational and outdoor space for residents and visitors. The 50-acre park stretches 4.7 miles from Back Bay Station to Forest Hills in Jamaica Plain and includes 11 playgrounds, two spray pools, seven basketball courts, five tennis courts, two street hockey rinks, two amphitheatres, and paths for biking, jogging and walking.
The South End portion of the Corridor Park features the Carleton Dog Park, an off-leash gated area for dogs, Titus Sparrow Park with its tot lots and basketball and tennis courts, Carter Playground and numerous community gardens.
One of the South End's most diverse and well-used parks, Peters Park offers basketball, tennis and handball courts, a…More baseball diamond, two dog parks and a playground, all surrounded by grassy fields, gardens and a dramatic outdoor sculpture.
The park's two off-leash dog runs have become a destination for South End dog walkers and owners. Both are gated and have access to running water and shaded benches. For toddlers, the park's tot lot features slides, swings and a jungle gym atop a soft surface. The athletic fields and courts at Peters Park are used by many neighborhood sporting groups including South End Baseball.
Public art also has a presence at Peters Park: A colorful mural is painted on the tennis court wall and a newly constructed sculpture entitled "Landwave" separates the baseball field from Washington Street.