Dog walking in Farmington

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What is Wag!?

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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MacKenzie FFarmington, AR 72730

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Hello! My name is MacKenzie. I have a toy Australian Shepherd pup named Milo and have been a dog walker and pet sitter for dogs of all sizes and breeds for over 10 years. As a committed dog lover, I enjoy training and teaching new commands and spending time outside with my own dog. I can't wait to enjoy the great outdoors while walking your pup!

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Emma DFarmington, AR 72730

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Hi! I'm Emma, I was born and raised in Austin, Texas. I grew up with a border collie, and we have recently added an Australian Shepherd and Mini Aussie to our family. I started dog walking and sitting at a young age, and have been in love with it ever since! I have experience with a wide range of dogs, from my Mini Aussie to Labrador Retrievers to weimaraner's! I absolutely love meeting new dogs, and getting to see their different personalities and catering to their specific needs. I am very fit and would love to keep your pet happy and healthy on our walks!

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Ben JFarmington, AR 72730

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Hi, my name is Ben! I'm 25 years old and attended school at the University of Arkansas and have been a dog owner and lover my entire life! I currently have a miniature dachshund named Oscar who has been my best friend for the past 10 years! In the past I've taken care of several friends and family-friends' pets while they were away, and I would love to help take care of your dog too!

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Ally BFarmington, AR 72730

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Hi! My name is Ally. I grew up in an animal loving family, which sparked my passion for all sizes and shapes of furry friends! I moved to Fayetteville 2 months ago for nursing school, and had to leave my Lab Blue Healer mix with my brother. I'd love to walk your best friend while I am missing mine!

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Amanda JFarmington, AR 72730

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Hey I'm Amanda, but most of my friends call me Jonesy. I've had dogs of all sizes and breeds and am comfortable with almost any pet (snakes still scare me). My family has raised goats, chickens, geese, ducks, and a few miniature donkeys. Thankfully, I've yet to come across an animal that does not like me.

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Cassie CFarmington, AR 72730

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I've been around animals my entire life and have learned to sport pet hair on my clothes with pride. I currently have a cat named Banana and live with two pugs (Olive and Pepper), but I'm constantly pet sitting for a wide range of pets- everything from a blind rescue pug, an 18 year-old cat, to a house with 7 dogs. I love every minute I get to spend with my animal friends.

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Rachael OFarmington, AR 72730

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Over the past several years, I have been invited to walk the dogs of fellow employers, co-workers and friends. These have included daytime as well as overnight care opportunities, as well as administering medication and providing care for dogs with particular health needs. I enjoy walking with dogs.

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Mallory MFarmington, AR 72730

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Hi, I am a graduate student at the University of Arkansas and I have a very deep love for animals as I come from a big animal-loving family. Currently, I have a 13 year old shepherd mix named P and two cats: Gertrude and Cinder. I enjoy volunteering at Washington County Animal Shelter when I have the time and I regularly dog sit for friends any time they leave town. Feel free to reach out and I can't wait to hang out with your pups and cats!!

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

Cassidy WFarmington, AR 72730

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Hi, my name is Cassidy! I've grown up always having at least one dog, and I know how important they are as members of the family. With three dogs of my own, (Doberman, Terrier mix, and a Pit Bull), I know how important getting plenty of exercise is for all pups. Safety is my number one concern, and with my ample experience, dogs of all sizes will have a fun and safe walk with me as their Wag Walker. I can't wait to meet you and your pup!

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Tyler SFarmington, AR 72730

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Hi, my name is Tyler. I have volunteered at my local shelter to help walk, wash and clean the dogs. I have also shadowed a veterinary hospital in Neosho Missouri for my pre veterinary class I had taken when I attended Crowder College. The most recent experience I have with dogs is that I take care of my neighbors dog often. I take her out to the park to play with her and walk her and she occasionally spends the night with me in my apartment.

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Dog Walking in Farmington

Farmington is still pretty young, as it was only incorporated 70 years ago. The large farms and mills that made up the area had a high production of grapes and strawberries. Nowadays, the small town is considered a bedroom community to Fayetteville, and has grown over 60% in the last decade. With so many humans and fur-residents coming into town, it's no wonder the town is taking steps to take care of its neighborhood pups.

One of the most popular places to go in-town for dog-lovers is the Creekside Park. The area offers a large, green space for Fido to run around and play, or enjoy a leisurely walk on the .5-mile trail. Dogs must remain on a leash while inside the park from dawn until dusk, and have access to picnic areas, water fountains, a clean-up station, trash bins, and benches.

Harmony Pointe Park lies on the northern tip of the town, and offers beautiful views and access to Owl Creek. The 8.35-acre park is dog-friendly to leashed pups, with natural open green space, a pup-friendly pavilion, and picnic areas. Either for a game of fetch or a relaxing stroll, this park has plenty of room and a long, paved walking trail to enjoy, with water fountains, benches, and trash bins.

With 2 veterinarians, you'll find that Farmington is the perfect place to call home fur you and for your pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Farmington

Farmington City Center

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Population Density
692 per sq. mi.

Farmington City Center

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The Farmington City Center holds the central workings of the city, and is filled with residential homes and businesses. On the outskirts of the neighborhood is Ecology Park, a small park with a large open space. Dogs are welcome to the park while on a leash to run around or play fetch. The Farmington Branch Creek runs through the park and allows dogs to enjoy some swim time through the access points provided here. Humans must bring water and clean-up bags. Another option in the neighborhood is the Woolsey Wet Prairie, a wetlands reserve area that protects the natural habitat. Dogs are welcome on the trails of the reserve, but must stay on a leash 6 feet or shorter, and owners will need to bring their own water and clean-up bags.

Little Elm

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Population Density
212 per sq. mi.

Little Elm

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The Little Elm neighborhood is quiet, and is comprised of farmlands, prairies, and homes. Among the open land is the Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park, a historic place from the Civil War which is considered the most intact battlefield from the war. The area provides a lot of tourism to the town, and even has dog-friendly walking trails throughout the park so Fido can be part of the activity. Dogs must remain on a short leash while at the park, or can be taken on the 5-mile driving tour. Although scenic with plenty of room to walk, there are no amenities, meaning that you will need to bring water and clean-up bags to the park.

Hogeye

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Population Density
366 per sq. mi.

Hogeye

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The Kessler Mountain Regional Park is a diamond in the rough for dog-lovers in the neighborhood of Hogeye. The large area is over 600 acres, with natural and developed areas. Humans and their dogs can enjoy an urban walk along the paved trails that surround the ballfields, or take a hike on the nature trail system that surrounds the base of Kessler Mountain. Amenities include trash bins, benches, and water fountains around the ballparks. For a more urban option, the Finger Park is a city park that provides open areas and trails for Fido, with modern amenities like clean-up stations, picnic shelters, water fountains, benches, and lights for nighttime walks. Dogs must remain on a leash at both parks.

Salem

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,335 per sq. mi.

Salem

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Many residents of Farmington head out 6 miles to the Salem neighborhood of Fayetteville for the plentiful dog-friendly activities. The westside neighborhood includes the IAMS Dog Park, a fenced-in park for off-leash pups that include three separate areas and a dog beach. There is a separate area for small and larger dogs, and a separate area for both that includes a large pavilion, picnic areas, and grill. Additional features include dog-sized water fountains, clean-up stations, and benches. For a more rural activity, the Hamstring Creek Trail Park offers a small park with paved trails next to the Hamstring Creek. The paved trails connect with nature trails that travel two miles along the creek and are dog-friendly to leashed pups.

Baldwin

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,135 per sq. mi.

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The Baldwin neighborhood is 9 miles from Farmington in Fayetteville and provides a more natural experience to most city residents. The area hosts the Lake Wilson Park Off-Leash Area, which is a large area that surrounds Lake Wilson that offers dog-friendly trails for pups. Dogs are welcome off leash while on the trails or in the lake, but the place is not fenced-in, so use caution. The rest of Wilson Park is open and includes more natural and paved trails, but Fido must be on a leash outside the designated area. Inside the park are benches, picnic areas, clean-up stations, benches, and water fountains.