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Why book a dog walker in Homer?

Browse Homer, AK dog walkers to find a Caregiver that can provide the best pet care for your dog — whether your pup is a major sniffing machine and needs a patient walker, or loves to pull full force and needs someone strong to hold the leash. Dog walkers on the Wag! platform are waiting to take your furry friend on a walk around Homer, AK so you don't have to stress about pet care. The app even notifies you when your dog poops or pees along the way!

The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Homer



Homer City Center

The City Center neighborhood of Homer has plenty of fur-tastic places to explore with your pooch! Just two blocks from the old town, you can find Bishops Beach. This beach offers miles of shoreline to walk along, and connects to the Beluga Slough Trailhead. There are picnic areas and grills available to use as well. Dogs are welcome on this beach, but keep a close eye on your small dog because there are eagles nearby! After enjoying the ocean views and salty air, check out the Two Sisters Bakery, located just down the street from Bishop’s Beach. Regulars rave about the cupcakes here, and they have dog friendly outdoor tables!



Diamond Ridge

In the north end of town, you’ll find the Diamond Ridge neighborhood of Homer, and plenty of opportunities for fresh air and exercise with your pup! It’s in this neighborhood that you can find the Diamond Creek Trail. This two mile dirt trail offers sweeping ocean and mountain vistas, along forested bluffs and grassy meadows. The trail descends down to a beach, where you can find sea stars, anemones and crabs. You and your dog will love getting a taste of Alaskan wildlife without having to travel too far out of town. This trail welcomes dogs as long as they stay leashed and don’t disturb the nature.




Just across the Kachemak Bay in the town of Seldovia, you can find the sprawling wilderness of the Kachemak Bay State Park. Leashed dogs are welcome on the ferry that goes to this area! Large dogs need to stay on the upper back deck with their owner, and small dogs can be held by their owners inside the vessel. The Kachemak Bay State Park is nearly 200,000 acres of rugged, untouched nature along the shoreline. The park itself doesn’t have developed facilities, but offers backcountry camping and incredible hiking through glaciers, lakes and mountains. Keep your dog close to you, because you may even catch sight of some bears!



Anchor Point

Anchor Point is a town just south of Homer, and is located on the most western point of the US highway systems. Here you can find some more great camping and hiking opportunities for you and your pup to enjoy! This small town is proud home to the Anchor River State Recreation Area. Here you can find plenty of dog friendly camping and hiking, with views of three volcanoes across the Cook Inlet. This area is great to see some wildlife as well, as the Anchor River is teeming with it. Here you may be able to see moose, bald eagles, mink, beavers, and more. The recreation area welcomes leashed dogs in and throughout the park.




Just east of Homer, you can find the massive and impressive wilderness of the Kenai Fjords National Park. This national park is accessible from the town of Seward. It covers nearly 670,000 acres, where the mountains, ice and ocean meet. Traveling the Harding Icefield Trail is a great way to explore this area with your dog. The trail is 8.2 miles roundtrip, and winds through cottonwood and alder forests. This trail is quite strenuous, taking you from the valley floor to well above the treelines. The epic views of the icefield are worth it though! Dogs are welcome throughout this park, but please bring waste bags and follow the “leave no trace policy”. You must also keep your dog leashed and stay on the trail to avoid causing erosion.

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