Dog walking in Peoria

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“Dogs Are Therapy 🐾❤️🐾”

I have had dogs in my life for over 35 years. Currently I have 1 dog, love of my life, a Bernese Mountain Dog named Jewel. I am a pooper scooper, dog walker and dog sitter for a family for the past 6 years. My home is very dog friendly and I treat any pet as if they were my own. I have also volunteered at the Arizona Humane Society and HALO Animal Rescue. Breeds I have owned: Chow Chow, Golden Retriever, Basset Hound, Samoyed, Bernese Mountain Dog, Labradoodle, German Shepherd, Mixed Breeds.

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Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Potty training, Puppy training

“Let's have a pawsome walk!”

HI! My name is Susan. We always had dogs growing up. They were my play buddies. I have 2 dogs - a beagle mix and a Chow/Sharpei mix. We also have cats. That's a big happy houseful! I can't wait to meet your dog!

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Dog Walking in Peoria

When people think of deserts, they usually don’t imagine beautiful red sands, turquoise lakes, vibrant green cacti, and purple mountains. However, that is what Peoria, Arizona looks like! With such a unique landscape, there is no way you and your pet can resist exploring this city.

For a day out in Peoria, take your pet to the Pioneer Park Dog Park. The dog park is within Pioneer Park, and it has three separated sections for your dog to romp around in. Because it is so hot and sunny in Arizona, there are plenty of shaded pavilions to stay cool under.

If you are searching for a place for Fido that's a bit more unique and interesting, try the Doggie Street Festival. Only a short drive away in Phoenix, the Doggie Street Festival is a lovely event all pet lovers will enjoy. There are pet merchandise vendors, speakers, music, yummy food, and games for the whole family, Fido included. This festival is an annual event, so you can always return if you enjoy it!

After a day of excitement, tuck into La Quinta Inn and Suites. Their clean, inviting hotel is a great choice to stop in for the night. They allow cats or dogs, and you can keep two pets with you. A great choice so you don’t have to worry about boarding your pet.

When you get the munchies, Peoria offers a multitude of pet-friendly restaurants. For breakfast or a sweet treat, try the Paradise Bakery. They have all sorts of baked goods and sandwiches with, of course, coffee.

If you are in the mood and seeking out more of a lunch or dinner selection, Salty Señoritas offers tasty Mexican cuisine and the Barrel Grill, and Modern Saloon serves American dishes and crafted beer. All of these choices allow your best-behaved pet to sit with you on their patio.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Peoria

Parkridge

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
784 per sq. mi.

Parkridge

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Parkridge Park at 9734 W. Beardsley Rd. is north of the city center in a neighborhood of upper-middle class dogs.  The flat oasis that is this dog park features some grassy patches in two fenced areas for some off-leash fun. Dogs of all breeds mingle here, and separate areas are provided for small and large dogs. Humans can chat while their companions romp under the Arizona sun. The park provides water bowls for thirsty dogs, but humans must fetch the water. The park has several ramadas or pavilions for picnics and parties. A ½ mile lighted walking path makes for a pleasant evening on-leash stroll.

Alta Vista Estates

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
784 per sq. mi.

Alta Vista Estates

36

Alta Vista Park at 10631 W. Williams Rd. is a great public park situated in the northern subdivisions of Peoria.  This 10-acre park gives the neighborhood hounds, rescue mutts, and purebred friends a fun place in the sun to sniff, run, and socialize. Large dogs have a separate place from smaller ones. The park provides waste bags for handy cleanup. Humans can set up a picnic site for some chow before heading home. Ramadas give a hot human and their tired  furry friend a pleasant rest in the shade. A lighted ½ mile walking path makes for a great evening stroll. The park also has a playground for a dog’s companion children, making it a great place for a day of family fun.

Pioneer Village

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
785 per sq. mi.

Pioneer Village

24

Pioneer Community Park located at 8755 N. 83rd Avenue is a 120-acre park with 3 fenced areas for dogs to play off-leash. Water and waste disposal sites are available here, and the area is well-lit for evening outdoor relaxation and socializing.  Peoria pooches of all types play happily in this dog park. The park also features many other things to do, including a fishing lake and a walking trail. Leashes are needed for other parts of the park, and companions are required to pick up after their four-legged friend.  This park has many other human amenities like swimming pool, splash pad, and playground.

Sunset Village West

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
785 per sq. mi.

Sunset Village West

12

Scotland Yard Park at 9251 W. Scotland Avenue is a public park situated in the Sunset Village West neighborhood.  This 8-acre park is a bit cozier than the other city parks.  The fenced dog park has beads of gravel amidst the green grass, and all dogs socialize in one single area. This park lets that bloodhound investigate a visiting Pomeranian with a sniff or two. No crimes usually occur, but human companions must supervise a bit more in this one-size-fits-all space.  The dog park is lighted for safe evening exercise. On that hot Arizona day, humans can steal a bit of shade at one of the nearby ramadas.

Parkview West

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
780 per sq. mi.

Parkview West

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Sunnyslope Park at 9280 N. 71st Avenue is a howling good place for the average pup to take a run and sniff out some new buddies. It’s also off-leash, so your furry friend can roam free. Separate areas for small and large dogs makes for safer play, so that laidback lab is protected from that feisty Chihuahua!  This 23-acre  park is located in southern part of the city of Peoria in an established area of average Arizona humans and their dogs.  Subdivisions abound in this growing part of the United States.  This park has a few trees along its more than ½  walking trail, but don't forget to grab your leash--it’s required here.

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