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Cheryl Walks Dogs
274 Arborway, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

Cheryl Walks Dogs specializes in dog walking (puppies and grown dogs), cat visits (includes feeding, playing andMore cleaning the litter box) and special weekend travel packages, which include three visits per day, enabling you to travel while your pet stays safely and comfortably at home. 

Cheryl Walks Dogs provides dog-walking and cat-sitting services in Jamaica Plain, Roslindale and West Roxbury. It is fully insured and a member of NAPPS.

Boston Animal Control Department
1 City Hall Sq Rm 811, Boston, MA 02201
Boston's Animal Control unit has administrative offices at City Hall and runs an animal shelter and adoption center inMore Roslindale. The unit handles dog licensing, hosts rabies vaccination clinics, investigates cases of animal abuse, enforces local animal laws and inspects animal kennels, dog groomers and veterinarian offices. The Animal Control unit also supervises a large volunteer animal care program at the Roslindale shelter.
Brendan Behan Pub
378 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

A great place for a pint or two, even with your well-behaved dog in tow. Brendan Behan makes no apologies for being aMore classic Irish drinking pub -- a few tables a few stools, the Behan has a fine selection of stouts, ales, pilsners and lagers, not to mention a fully stocked bar. No food is served, but customers are welcome to bring food in.

A good sound system provides the music most of the week, but on Saturdays, there's usually a featured Irish musician.    

Jamaica Pond
507 Jamaicaway, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

Jamaica Pond was scraped from the earth by glaciers and preserved as a park by Frederick Law Olmsted. The spring-fedMore pond is Boston's largest and purest body of fresh water.

Among the events held here is the Lantern Parade each October, in which thousands of people bring homemade and store-bought lanterns and walk around the pond.

Walkers, often with dogs in tow, make heavy use of the path around the pond. The state stocks the pond with trout for anglers. Boat rental is offered during the summer. Please note that private boats, canoes, etc. are forbidden.

Among the groups who advocate for the pond are the Friends of Jamaica Pond and the Emerald Necklace Conservancy.

For public transportation: Take the 39 or 41 buses along Centre Street and get off at Parley Avenue (39) or Lakeville (41).

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