Cocker Spaniel

Cocker Spaniel

Year after year Provincetown has been named one of the most pet friendly towns in the U.S.  Dogs love the freedom found on Provincetown’s year round, off-leash beaches and trails. Pets are also welcome to roam the Province Lands Bike Trail Loop, a 5 ¼ mile trek that begins on Race Point Road and winds through the town’s dunes and forest. In addition, more adventurous pets are welcome to join their owners for whale watch tours, sunset cruises, kayaking, parasailing, a sightseeing trolley, sailing charters and walking tours.  If you are traveling to Provincetown with your four legged friends here are some great resources:

The Pilgrim Dog Park  www.pilgrimbarkpark.com – Opened in 2008 by the Provincetown Dog Park Association, Inc.,a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Pilgrim Bark Park is located on an acre of land where dogs can run free and socialize off leash. There is a general dog section and a section exclusively for small dogs under 25 pounds. The park is home to many beautiful sculptures and structures donated by local artists.

Provincetown Pet Resort & Supply  79 Shank Painter Road Provincetown  www.provincetownpetresort.com  – Provincetown Pet Resort is a family owned and operated business offering high quality, convenient doggie daycare, grooming, cage-free dog boarding and cat boarding, and premium pet supplies. This facility was designed especially for your pet’s safety, health, happiness, and comfort. The manager lives on-site and ensures your pet’s safety and security at all times.  Your pup will enjoy over 7,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor play areas all under the watchful supervision of the caring, trained staff.

Herring Cove Animal Hospital  – 83 Shank Painter Road  Provincetown  508-487-6449  This full service Vet is located on Shank Painter Road right next to the pet resort and offers parking.