Dog walking in Beebe

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Summer HBeebe, AR 72012

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Hi I’m Summer! I have 2 fur babies! A Blue Heeler! She’s full of energy and keeps me on my toes, and a sleepy Bullmastiff puppy named Meatloaf! I’ve been a pet sitter for many families and friends and hope to walk your doggie soon!

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Lindsay MBeebe, AR 72012

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My name is Lindsay and my Olde English Bulldog has shown me so much love that I want to pass it on! I have a leader spirit yet gentle, I know how to think rationally in emergencies, and I will give lots of belly rubs! I am professional, respectful, and mindful of individual dogs' needs. I also have assisted my parents in breeding/birthing of pups!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Gabriela OBeebe, AR 72012

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I have always loved Dogs, but didn't realize just how much until I fell in love with my Boxer. I am a conscientious and thoughtful dog owner. When I am not dog walking I am momming a couple of beautiful kiddos. I am also a pretty good golfer and I love to explore beautiful places both in the country and out.

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Dog Walking in Beebe

In the 1800s, you would have found Beebe, Arkansas to be a bustling railroad town. It was vibrant and full of people traveling on to other places. One of Beebe's first settlers, a wealthy surveyor named Jim Smith, established the first post office in town and owned most of the land in Beebe. If you take your dog for a walk down the Main Street, you will see one of the original buildings he erected, which still bears his initials. 

Before the tornado of '99, you would have found thick strawberry patches that were tended and shipped out of state. Modern-day Beebe, though, is a land of learning. It houses long-distance learning facilities as well as many trade schools. Ever evolving, Beebe is a must-see destination in the heart of Arkansas. 

Come and take a walk through Daniel Park. This lovely park is the home of the Master Gardners Association. Along the paths, you will find displays of flowers that include a butterfly garden. There are also seasonal decorations to enjoy. Please stay on the paths and clean up after your pet. There is a designated pet area with doggie waste bags. Beebe City Park is another large park with several ball fields. There are playgrounds, pavilions, and a walking path.

History-loving hounds will fall head over paws for Beebe!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Beebe

Main Street

48
Population Density
139 per sq. mi.

Main Street

48

While you are walking around Beebe, you are going to get hungry. Kandela has a pet-friendly patio where you can get authentic Mexican food. The queso is said to be the best thing on the menu. From enchiladas to nachos and everything in between, the menu offerings are sure to please your palates! Don't forget to bring your pup a water dish. You will have to keep your dog on a leash, and remember, spicy food doesn't settle well in Fido's tummy! Order your pup something from the "mild side" of the menu, which also features American dishes. Bone Appetit!

Kerr Station Rd

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
385 per sq. mi.

Kerr Station Rd

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Sometimes you need a good old-fashioned dog park. It's a good thing that Cabot is about ten miles away! Here, you'll find Cabot Dog Park, which offers fenced areas for large and small dogs. Both sections are clean and well-maintained. There are water stations on both sides for the dogs, but humans will need to bring their own drinks. The doggie waste stations are always stocked. If you don't want to sit on the bench, you can always take your dog for a walk around the pond. Your pup can go dog wild off-leash in the fence, but you will need your leash to enjoy the rest of Community Pond Park.

Meadow Lake

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
118 per sq. mi.

Meadow Lake

24

Searcy Dog Park is nestled between the Pioneer Village, an authentic 19th-century style village, and the Searcy Sports Complex. The Pioneer Village will let you walk your dog on-leash through the grounds, but you cannot take him into any shops. The Sports Complex will let you bring your dog to watch ball games. The dog park is an off-leash area where you can let your dog run and socialize. The park provides water and doggie waste bags so all you need to bring is lots of energy to play! These adventures are waiting for you ruffly 16 miles away from Beebe.

Central Jacksonville

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
529 per sq. mi.

Central Jacksonville

12

Dupree Park is the pawfect place to bring the entire family. There are multiple play structures for your mini humans as well as a paved walking trail. At the south end, you will find Dupree Dog Park. This is a fenced-in, off-leash area where you can safely let your dog play. There are water stations, but they are closed seasonally. You will find that the doggie waste bags are well-stocked. This pawpular dog park does see a lot of action, which means there is always someone here to play with! You will have to register your pup to play here.

Greers Ferry Lake

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Population Density
101 per sq. mi.

Greers Ferry Lake

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Josh Park Memorial Trail is about thirty-five miles from Bebee. It does seem like a long way to drive for a walk, but you can also fish and camp. There is one main trail and five shorter branches of trails that divert from it. The trails are not paved, but they are lined with mulch so that they are clearly defined. There are restrooms to fill your dog's water dish. This is an on-leash trail system. It is also connected to The Dam Site Park by the National Trail System, which is one of 13 parks operated by the Army Corps of Engineers.