Dog walking in Benton

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Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.

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My name is Kristen. I am an experienced dog handler. I thoroughly enjoy working with animals of all shapes and sizes. I myself have a standard poodle and a husky both fixed and animal friendly. I have a fenced home with a built in doggy door for open access. I love to hike, explore the city, and get my body moving. I am excited to serve your family.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training

My name is April and I live in Little Rock, Arkansas. I have three boxer babies, two girls and a boy. I grew up with a number of different breeds of dogs and I absolutely love them. My experience ranges from living and caring with a dog with cancer to witnessing and handling dog fights, to loving and trying to give the best care and life a dog (baby) could have!

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Oral medicine administration, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Dog Walking in Benton

Benton is a friendly city in the heart of Arkansas, just south of Little Rock. It features majestic woodlands with small, quiet lakes and green brush scattered throughout. The city’s population has grown every year, and this comes as no surprise for those who have been there. The breathtaking natural features, quaint shops and houses, and pervading sense of community that characterize the American Southeast are wonderfully embodied in Benton. The city has many admirers, and some of its biggest fans are dogs!

Benton is one of the most dog-friendly places you can find in Arkansas; the city’s five top-notch veterinary clinics are proof of that. And the city also welcomes the humans who travel there with their pets: there are five dog-friendly lodging options in town, and six more in the surrounding area. So, if you’re considering traveling through Benton you can feel at ease knowing that you’ll have a nice place to stay and your canine companion will be taken care of. You’ll have a lot to explore in the city as well; it has beautiful parks and trails for if you’re looking for some fresh air. It also offers great dog-friendly restaurants if you want to sit back and enjoy delicious food outside.

No matter what you’re looking for, you are sure to find it in Benton, a city loved by all the dogs (and people) who visit!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Benton

Caldwell

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,508 per sq. mi.

Caldwell

48

Caldwell is a charming neighborhood in west Benton, and there are lots of things to do there with a furry friend! The City of Benton Dog Park can be found in this neighborhood, making it a top destination for dog owners in the area. The dog park has everything you could ask for: small- and large-dog areas, agility equipment, benches, and even water fountains! You can also stop by Bernard Holland Park which is right next to the dog park. This park is over 35 acres and contains concession stands, playgrounds, and athletic fields, however, your dog will have to stay on their leash.

Downtown Benton

36
Population Density
1,508 per sq. mi.

Downtown Benton

36

Downtown Benton is a robust neighborhood that is a terrific setting for a promenade with your pooch. East Street, whose small mom-and-pop shops and flower beds divide the city’s east and west sides, is a great location to begin exploring the neighborhood on foot. You will probably want to stop by Tyndall Park for a stroll around the grounds which span nearly 25 acres. The park is maintained well by the local community, and it also has a concession stand, two gazebos, three pavilions, and more! There is also a small, one-block park on Main Street that you can check out, Bart Owens-Randy Mooney Memorial Park.

Downtown Bryant

24
Population Density
964 per sq. mi.

Downtown Bryant

24

Bryant is a city to the east of Benton that is known for its small-town charm and friendly community, and despite its modest size it is definitely a great location for people traveling through the area with their dogs. There are lots of things to do in the downtown section of Bryant, like taking a walk around Ashley Park on South Oak Street. You can also snack on some of the best food in the area at Paula Lynn’s Kitchen on 3rdStreet. There you can find everything from burgers and crinkle fries to irresistible homemade baked goods, and you can also find dog-friendly seating outside!

Mills Park

12
Population Density
964 per sq. mi.

Mills Park

12

Mills Park is an area to the east of Benton and north of Bryant, and it is named after the large park that makes up most of the neighborhood. The park encompasses over eighty acres, making it a furrific destination to explore with your canine companion! The park has a large nature trail that runs through the forest, a great setting for a walk. Other features that make this park so popular are its swimming pool, concession building, multiple pavilions, and restrooms. Another park you’ll want to check out in this neighborhood is Alcoa 40 Park, which contains Bryant Barkway Off-Leash Trail. Within the boundaries of the half-mile trail, dogs are allowed to be off their leash!

South Alexander

0
Population Density
964 per sq. mi.

South Alexander

0

South Alexander is an inviting neighborhood to the east of Benton in the town of Alexander. Crooked Creek forms the neighborhood’s natural western border, and it is a good place to begin your tour through the area. Head east along Brookwood Road and Azalea Drive to observe the natural splendor of suburban Arkansas; birch and oak trees line surround the charming houses lining the street, and if you turn down Birch Drive you’ll end up at Woodland Hills Park. This park is truly a hidden gem, and it provides a nice setting for a relaxed stroll with your pup. The park has a small playground and basketball court.

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