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Durty Harry's
417 Harvard St, Brookline, MA 02446
Durty Harry's offers pet services that are specialized for dogs. It offers grooming, dog walking, boarding services,More doggie day care, food delivery services and more. 
Furry Feet Pet Sitting & Dog Walking
2 Park Vale, Brookline, MA 02446
Furry Feet Pet Sitting & Dog Walking not only serves Brookline but the surrounding cities of Allston and Brighton asMore well. The owner, Cindy, manages the company from Park Vale in Brookline, which is located just off of Washington Street. Furry Feet Pet Sitting & Dog Walking is located in a very residential and pet friendly neighborhood.
No Bones About IT
1786 Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02445
No Bones About IT specializes in dogs and cats. In addition to selling everything from food to toys, there is also aMore daycare and grooming center on the premises. The staff is experienced and well trained with pets of all kinds and a trainer visits during the week to teach the dogs. Gift certificates are available.
Emerson Garden
Davis Ave & Emerson St, Brookline, MA 02445

Located in the heart of a small residential neighborhood between Brookline Village and Route 9, Emerson Garden servesMore as a major community meeting place and often plays host to public events, including weekly outdoor concerts in the summer. The park includes a large lawn, a woodchip playground, a splash fountain and a smaller sandy playground with a boat-themed climbing structure.

Emerson Garden is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Emerson, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 9 a.m.

Robinson Playground
Cypress St & Franklin St, Brookline, MA 02445

Located at the end of Cypress Street in Whiskey Point, the Mary E. Robinson Playground includes a baseball diamond,More half basketball court, open field, spray fountain and woodchip playground with slides and swings. The park was once the site of a car barn for the Boston Elevated Railway Company, but was sold to the town for use as a park in the 1930's.

Robinson Playground is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Robinson, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn until 9am.

Boylston Street Playground
Davis Path & Boylston St, Brookline, MA 02445

Located across Route 9 from the old Lincoln School, the Boylston Street Playground includes a baseball diamond,More basketball courts and a small wood-chip playground with slides, swings and a splash fountain. The park is separated from White Place by the D Branch of the Green Line, but can be reached through a pedestrian overpass on Davis Path.

Boylston Street Playground is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Boylston Street, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 9am.

Griggs Park
Griggs Ter & Griggs Rd, Brookline, MA 02446

This three-acre neighborhood park includes wetlands circled by a willow-lined path dotted with park benches. The parkMore also includes basketball hoops on a grass court and a woodchip playground with slides and a sandbox.

Griggs Park is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Griggs, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 1 p.m.

Warren Field
133 Eliot St, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

One of Brookline's largest athletic fields, the Daniel J. Warren Field includes facilities for baseball, softball,More soccer, tennis and basketball. The park also has several pieces of playground equipment including a sandbox and splash fountain scattered along a path from the Brookline Recreation offices on Eliot Street.

The park is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off a leash during certain hours. At Warren Field, dogs are allowed off the leash from dawn to 1:00pm.

Organized teams must seek a permit from the Brookline Recreation Department before using town atheletic facilities.

Brookline Avenue Playground
Aspinwall Ave & Brookline Ave, Brookline, MA 02445

This four-acre park along Brookline Ave. features a large playing field, a baseball diamond, and a fenced-in "totMore lot" with a woodchip playground and swings. This park is directly adjacent to the Lynch Recreation Center.

Organized teams must seek a permit from the Brookline Recreation Department before using town athletic facilities.

Brookline Avenue Playground is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows  users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Amory, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 1 p.m. during March through November, and from dawn to dusk during December through February.

Corey Hill Park
170 Summit Ave, Brookline, MA 02446

Bisected by Summit Avenue at the peak of Corey Hill, this four-acre park is especially popular with sun tanners inMore the summer and sledders in the winter. On the north side of Summit Avenue, the park slopes down toward Jordon Road and is topped with benches that afford views of the Boston skyline when the trees lose their leaves in the winter. On the other side of the road, the park includes a wood-chip playground with slides, swings and a sandbox.

Corey Hill Park is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Corey Hill, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 9am on the north side of the Summit Avenue, but must be kept on leash on the playground side of the park.

Soule Recreation Center
652 Hammond St, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

Comprising more than nine acres near Route 9 in Chestnut Hill, the Soule Recreation Center features soccer fields,More tennis courts, an indoor gym, playgrounds for both toddlers and school-age children, and a large splash fountain with a variety of moving parts. The park is also home to the Environmental Education Center, which hosts summer and school vacation nature camps. The Soule Gymnasium can be rented for special events through the Brookline Recreation Department.

The Soule Center is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At the Soule Center, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 9 a.m.

Organized teams must seek a permit from the Recreation Department before using town athletic facilities.

Amory Playground
Amory St & Freeman St, Brookline, MA 02446

Located near Beacon Street on the edge of the Cottage Farm neighborhood, Amory Playground is an eight-acre park withMore baseball diamonds, open playing fields, several tennis courts and protected conservation land. The park also features restrooms, vending machines and a parking lot and is home to the Hall's Pond Sanctuary.

Amory Playground is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At Amory, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 1pm.

Organized teams must seek a permit from the Brookline Recreation Department before using town athletic facilities.

Cause to Paws
1386a Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02446
Since 2005, sisters Terry and E.G. Meyers have catered to the passionate pet owners of Brookline with their uniqueMore Coolidge Corner boutique, Cause to Paws. Dog and cat owners can find everything they need for their pets, including: sweaters, swimsuits and socks, queaky and beanie toys, organic treats, grooming tools, bowls, vitamins, leashes, and flea and tick treatments. For birthdays and other special occasions, the store sells custom-made cakes and gourmet treats shaped like bones, crowns, pizza slices or lobsters, among other things. The owners hold a variety of community events throughout the year, including an annual Halloween party. Pet owners are encouraged to come in costumes with their dressed-up four-legged friends and participate in activities like bobbing for miniature hot dogs.
Harry Downes Field
Jamaica Rd & Pond Ave, Brookline, MA 02445
This park includes a wide variety of athletic fields and equipment including a track, a synthetic football and soccerMore field, a softball diamond and open playing fields. The facilities were named for the Kraft family in 2006 after family members donated money to help pay for major improvements to the park. The park also features a small wood chip playground with a sandbox and baby swings. Harry Downes Field is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash from dawn to 1 p.m.
Waldstein Playground
Dean Rd & Beaconsfield Rd, Brookline, MA 02445

Bordered by MBTA tracks between Dean Road and Clinton Path, Waldstein Playground includes an open field, baseballMore diamond, basketball court, multiple tennis courts, tables with built-in chess boards, and a fenced-in woodchip playground with slides, swings, sandbox and splash fountain. The sloping field near Dean Rd. is very popular for sledding in the winter.

Waldstein Playground is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash from dawn to 9 a.m.

Parking on Clinton Path and Dean Road is limited.

Gimbles Discount Liquors
1712 Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02445
Gimbles Discount Liquors is located in Washington Square in Brookline. Its wide selection of beer and wine draws inMore enthusiasts and novices alike. Dogs are welcome in this liquor establishment. Feel free to bring them in to get a treat at the counter. Gimbles also has a delivery service.
Murphy Playground
Brook St & Kent St, Brookline, MA 02445

Murphy Playground features a small open field, splash fountain, basketball court and two woodchip playgrounds,More including a smaller fenced-in tot lot with a sandbox. The park is named after John E. Murphy, Brookline's Parks and Recreation Commissioner for most of the 1970s.

Dogs are not allowed in Murphy Playground.

D. Blakely Hoar Sanctuary
205 Beverly Rd, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

Located between the Baker School and the West Roxbury border, the D. Blakely Hoar Sanctuary is composed of nearly 25More acres of conservation land and a network of dirt trails and boardwalks.

The sanctuary can be reached from behind the tennis courts at the Baker School. Ball games, bicycling and dogs are not permitted in the park.