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      A top-rated local Caregiver will match with you; or you can choose to browse Caregivers near you.

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      Follow along

      Receive live updates and photos. Track your pup's walk via GPS.

    • Get a report card

      Get a report card

      Once your pet is home, view details on how the walk went, complete with a photo!

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      Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Page

      Tonalea

      4848
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      666 per sq. mi.

      Tonalea

      4848

      Go on a great hike with your dog on the Rim Trail. This pawsome trail is mainly level and flat, and paved, making it an easy hike for both of you. The trail is 12.8-miles long with a point to point route type. This trail does not offer any shade while you hike it, so make sure to bring plenty of water for the two of you since it can get hot. While hiking this trail, you can enjoy a great view of the Grand Canyon, and the sunset if you stay late enough. 

      Tuba City

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      66 per sq. mi.

      Tuba City

      3636

      Take your dog out to the Upper Waterholes Canyon where the two of you can explore together and get a good hike in. The trial here will take you through the Glen Canyons through sandstone walls that can constantly change colors depending on the time of day. Make sure to keep Fido on the Upper portion of this hike, since the middle and lower sections need rappelling gear to get in and out of. The trail is 2.8-miles long with a 305-foot elevation gain, and an out and back route type, making it an easy and leisurely hike for you both. The hike will take you to the Colorado River where you and Fido can cool off together.

      Willow Springs

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      250 per sq. mi.

      Willow Springs

      2424

      If you and Fido want to explore a little history together, then check out the Navajo Village in this neighborhood. This pawsome place welcomes your dog to join you while the two of you learn about the experience of the Navajo culture together. You can tour authentic traditional Navajo homes and share this unique experience with your furry pal. Your dog needs to remain on leash while you two explore the Navajo Village together, and make sure you bring clean-up bags with you while you are visiting. Your dog will love exploring this part of the desert with you by his side.

      Downtown Page

      1212
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      4,246 per sq. mi.

      Downtown Page

      1212

      Grab a bite to eat with your pup while visiting the downtown area of Page. The Rivers End Cafe serves traditional American fare that your dog will be dying to get a bite of. Chow down on a salad, wrap, or sandwich together at this pawsome eatery. Bonkers offers an extensive menu that has great protein options, like coconut shrimp, sirloin steak, and lamb chops. If you're a vegetarian, they also dish out a variety of different pastas you can eat. Both of these great restaurants offer dog friendly patios, so your pup can dine alongside of you while you enjoy your meal.

      Horseshoe Bend Observation

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      466 per sq. mi.

      Horseshoe Bend Observation

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      The Horseshoe Bend Trail is a great hike with amazing views to go on with your four legged friend. The trail is 1.3-miles long with a 200-foot elevation gain, and a out and back route type. While hiking, you will enjoy a beautiful view of the canyon and the river that goes throughout it. While hiking, your dog needs to stay on leash as this is one of the more popular hikes through the Grand Canyon and can get busy with tourist and tour guides. Make sure to bring water for your pup while you hike.

      Tonalea

      4848
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      666 per sq. mi.

      Tonalea

      4848

      Go on a great hike with your dog on the Rim Trail. This pawsome trail is mainly level and flat, and paved, making it an easy hike for both of you. The trail is 12.8-miles long with a point to point route type. This trail does not offer any shade while you hike it, so make sure to bring plenty of water for the two of you since it can get hot. While hiking this trail, you can enjoy a great view of the Grand Canyon, and the sunset if you stay late enough. 

      Tuba City

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      66 per sq. mi.

      Tuba City

      3636

      Take your dog out to the Upper Waterholes Canyon where the two of you can explore together and get a good hike in. The trial here will take you through the Glen Canyons through sandstone walls that can constantly change colors depending on the time of day. Make sure to keep Fido on the Upper portion of this hike, since the middle and lower sections need rappelling gear to get in and out of. The trail is 2.8-miles long with a 305-foot elevation gain, and an out and back route type, making it an easy and leisurely hike for you both. The hike will take you to the Colorado River where you and Fido can cool off together.

      Willow Springs

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      250 per sq. mi.

      Willow Springs

      2424

      If you and Fido want to explore a little history together, then check out the Navajo Village in this neighborhood. This pawsome place welcomes your dog to join you while the two of you learn about the experience of the Navajo culture together. You can tour authentic traditional Navajo homes and share this unique experience with your furry pal. Your dog needs to remain on leash while you two explore the Navajo Village together, and make sure you bring clean-up bags with you while you are visiting. Your dog will love exploring this part of the desert with you by his side.

      Downtown Page

      1212
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      4,246 per sq. mi.

      Downtown Page

      1212

      Grab a bite to eat with your pup while visiting the downtown area of Page. The Rivers End Cafe serves traditional American fare that your dog will be dying to get a bite of. Chow down on a salad, wrap, or sandwich together at this pawsome eatery. Bonkers offers an extensive menu that has great protein options, like coconut shrimp, sirloin steak, and lamb chops. If you're a vegetarian, they also dish out a variety of different pastas you can eat. Both of these great restaurants offer dog friendly patios, so your pup can dine alongside of you while you enjoy your meal.

      Horseshoe Bend Observation

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      466 per sq. mi.

      Horseshoe Bend Observation

      00

      The Horseshoe Bend Trail is a great hike with amazing views to go on with your four legged friend. The trail is 1.3-miles long with a 200-foot elevation gain, and a out and back route type. While hiking, you will enjoy a beautiful view of the canyon and the river that goes throughout it. While hiking, your dog needs to stay on leash as this is one of the more popular hikes through the Grand Canyon and can get busy with tourist and tour guides. Make sure to bring water for your pup while you hike.

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