Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Dog Parks & Dog Runs - Cat-Friendly Listings

Pennsylvania: Philadelphia: Dog Parks & Dog Runs

Philadelphia - as cat-friendly as they come! This city guide will show you all the best (and worst) places for your pets. Don't forget to add your reviews for the businesses in this ultimate resource.

Top-Rated Dog Parks & Dog Runs



Cottman Ave & Central
Philadelphia, PA 19111
70 Acres of beautiful grounds in a woodland setting. Ball fields, shaded picnic area, porta a potties, trash cans and playground. A great family outing!



Chester Ave and 48th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19143
This nearly one acre park is a privately run dog park. Membership is required to use the park and runs $50 per year.


Daycare, Groomers & Spas, Boarding & Kennels, Training & Obedience, General Pet Stores, Pet Boutiques, Neighborhood Stores
1700 east passyunk
philadelphia, PA 19148
Doggiestyle finaly has a daycare



Brown and Corinthian Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Alongside the historic Eastern State Penitentiary is a small privately maintained dog park. There are two dog runs, one for large dogs and one for small dogs. The run surface is covered in light colored stone, which is difficult for tiny paws. We did not see any benches or very much shade the day that we visited. There were, however, double gates for each entrance.



4231 N. Concourse Dr
Philadelphia, PA 19131
This address is the Park commission headquarters, in the park. The park is very big and stretches from the Center of Philadelphia to the northwest. Leashed dogs are allowed.



3822 Ridge Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19132
This 100 acre Gothic Cemetery is a popular place for picnics, strollers and walking dogs. Beautiful grounds and interesting architecture.



900 block of North Orianna Street
(between 2nd and 3rd and Poplar and Wildey streets)
Philadelphia, PA 19103
This is a privately owned fenced dog run. Dues are required and are $20 per year.




39 E Palmer St
Philadelphia, PA 19125
Palmer Doggie Depot (PDD) is a dog park located at the intersection of Palmer and Blair Streets, beside the Big Green Block. The park is a free, off-leash space, for dogs to come, meet, and play! As we pursue non-profit funding from corporate sponsors who share our vision for a clean, green, community dog park, we are also working diligently, volunteering our free time to help make the park the very best it can be!



Roanoke and Abington Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19118
Beautiful Park with a pond and benches



Roanoke and Abington Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19118
Beautiful Park with a pond and benches



Algon & Bustleton Avenues
Philadelphia, PA 19111
Leashed dogs are allowed at this large 1600 acre city park.



Bustleton Ave & Winchester Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19115
1,600 acres of beautiful woodlands, meadows, fields and wetlands and of course Pennypack Creek. Picnic areas and hiking trails abound. Beautiful historic buildings through out this wooded park. Abundant wildlife, so bring your camera!


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PO Box 29676
Philadelphia, PA 19444
PetPeeve -Helps keep your world safe,clean and green by provide dog waste removal services to Philadelphia and surrounding areas. Satisfaction Guranateed Member of BBB



School House Lane & Henry Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19144-5497
At Philadelphia University, we believe that education is a lifelong experience. Since the late 19th century, we have been a leader in professional education - helping individuals meet the challenge of achieving their goals. Our innovative programs prepare our students for 21st century careers by giving them the Power to Do. Our graduates have consistently excelled in textile engineering, design, materials management and manufacturing. Today, Philadelphia University's alumni are global leaders in design, architecture, fashion, business, engineering, health professions, textiles, materials technology and science. To prepare such leaders, academic programs are grounded in the arts and sciences within an integrated curriculum and are taught with a hands-on approach by dedicated faculty. Our faculty are teachers, researchers and practitioners who are passionate about the University's mission. Here, personal attention and ongoing advisement are cornerstones. From the moment students enroll, they have a network of resources to help them transition to a university environment, support academically and facilitate their personal and professional development. These benefits, together with an emphasis on quality education, are the reasons why we bring out the best in every student. Philadelphia University, founded in 1884, is a private university with 3,100 part- and full-time students from 38 states and 30 countries. The University offers more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs leading to the Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, master's degrees and a doctoral degree in Textile Engineering and Science. Academic programs encompass architecture, design, business, engineering, textiles, fashion, science and health.


Sitters, Daycare, Boarding & Kennels, Photography
633 w rittenhouse st
suite 11
philadelphia, PA 19144
Puppy Land is a company that takes care of all your dog needs. We specialize in dog daycare and over night boarding, and dog walking. We have other services available such as washing, nail clipping, and basic training.



18th & Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Located in downtown Philadelphia, this park is a gathering spot for people who wish to sit and rest on a bench or on the lawn. Leashed dogs are allowed. Rittenhouse Square, one of William Penn's original five, was known as the southwest square until 1825 when it was named for the astronomer-clockmaker, David Rittenhouse (1732-96). This amazing man of universal talents — one of many in 18th century Philadelphia — was a descendant of William Rittenhouse, who built the first paper mill in America in Germantown. He was at various times a member of the General Assembly and the State Constitutional Convention, and president of the Council of Safety. His survey of the Maryland-Pennsylvania boundary in 1763-64, to settle a dispute between the Penns and Lord Baltimore, was so accurate it was accepted and followed by Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon when they surveyed the "line" for which they are still remembered. Professor of Astronomy at the University of Pennsylvania and inventor of the collimating telescope, he was also president of the American Philosophical Society and the first director of the United States Mint. Rittenhouse Square has always denoted quality. The first house facing the Square was erected in 1840. During its next century the Square kept its residential quality. In 1913, the architect Paul Cret, who was one of the men responsible for Benjamin Franklin Parkway and many of its buildings, designed the Square's entrances, central plaza with the stone railings, pool and fountain. To have lived near or on the Square was a mark of prestige. Today, private homes are gone, but it still counts for something to live on the Square. There are several houses still standing, but they have been converted into apartments. With cooperative apartments and condominiums displacing private dwellings in the last three decades, some of the Old Guard still live on here — in these homes in the sky rather than family mansions


Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations

Philadelphia, PA 19147
Run Philly Dog Run is a dog running service aimed at keeping your dog happy and healthy!



2500 Pine St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Dog park with two sections-- one for small dogs and one for larger dogs. Plenty of room for dogs to run around and play. There is a water fountain that is turned on during warm weather and benches to sit on.



PO Box 30246
25th St. between Pine and Locust
Philadelphia, PA 19103
This fenced dog park is located near the Centre City across the Schuylkill River from the 30th Street Train Station.



11th Street between Lombard and South St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Located in Segar Park, this is a fenced dog park with separate areas for small dogs and large dogs.



6th & Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Leashed dogs are allowed at this city park. Washington Square, one of the five squares William Penn laid out in his 1682 survey of Philadelphia, was then simply called the southeast square, for Quakers did not believe in naming places after people. In 1833, however, it was renamed to honor the first President. The trees in Washington Square are older, wider-spreading and taller than those in Rittenhouse or Independence Squares, and the square itself has a more open, spacious quality — but then, it started as a pasture. Later the square served as a burial ground — potter's field — and many American and British soldiers of the Revolution lie here, along with victims of the yellow fever epidemic of 1793.

 Dog Parks & Dog Runs:
  • Burlholme Park
  • Chester Avenue Dog Park
  • Doggiestyle Daycare
  • Eastern State Dog Park
  • Fairmount Park
  • Laurel Hill Cemetery
  • Manayunk Canal Towpath
  • Orianna Hill Dog Park
  • Palmer Doggie Depot
  • Pastorius Park
  • Pastourius Park
  • Pennypack Park Algon & Bustleton Avenues
  • Pennypack Park Bustleton Ave & Winchester Ave
  • Pet Peeve-Dog Waste Removal Service
  • Philadelphia University
  • Puppy Land
  • Rittenhouse Square Park
  • Run Philly Dog Run
  • Schuylkill River Dog Park
  • Schuylkill River Park Dog Run
  • Segar Dog Park
  • Washington Square Park

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