Kingston, MA

Local Indoor Dog Park In Kingston To Close Its Doors

Dianna Carney

(KINGSTON, MA) JB's Indoor Dog Park announced via social media on Monday, September 25th that their Kingston location will be closing its doors. The news came as a shock to many dog owners and enthusiasts in the area. In the Facebook post JB's Indoor Dog Park expressed their sadness about the closure and explained why the decision was made.

“As many of you already have heard, it is with heavy hearts we announce that JB’s Indoor Dog Park in Kingston will be closing it’s doors on Saturday, September 30th. We are sad, however, it is best at this time. The location, inside a mall was extremely difficult, and unfortunately just did not work out the way we hoped it would. Please contact me with any questions or concerns, and as always we appreciated your continued support and look forward to bigger and better things happening in Norwell."

The message was signed by Jackie Brady, the owner of JB's Indoor Dog Park, who reassured their loyal customers that their Norwell location will continue to stay open. JB's Indoor Dog Park has gained recognition for its outstanding facilities and services, from its two locations that offer off-leash time, events, and training sessions to its mobile grooming service. Last year, it was featured by, further cementing its reputation in the dog community.

The upcoming closure of the Kingston location has saddened many, but they can take comfort in knowing that JB's Indoor Dog Park in Norwell will continue to offer a safe and enjoyable space for dogs and their owners.

To learn more about JB's Indoor Dog Park visit their website at or check out their Facebook at

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