Dog walking in Pine

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Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.

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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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Amanda WPine, AZ 85544

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Hi! My name is Amanda Wigler and I just graduated from Duke University. I’m starting law school in the fall at Duke Law so am trying to save up some money for that by doing what I love the most: playing with doggos! I’ve had dogs my whole life so am very good at taking care of them and can handle special accommodations (my dog Buddy has epilepsy). I’m very responsible, easily accessible, and just absolutely love dogs of all shapes and sizes and breeds.

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

Dog Walking in Pine

Head into the mountains with your furry pal and enjoy the town of Pine. This puptown sits below the Mogollon Rim which is a topographical and geological feature that cuts across most of Arizona. Pine is the perfect spot to hang out at with your dog if he loves hiking since it is filled with pawsome trails you can explore. There are no veterinarians in Pine, but next door in Payson are two you can visit.

Take your pup out to Skylar Hayden for a fun day out exploring. This park has tons of open space that Fido can run around and explore with you, and even offers fire pits if it gets cold. The park is covered in trees to help keep you and Fido cool, and there is a great trail the two of you can walk along together.

Check out the Highline National Recreation Trail with your furry pal by your side. This trail is not for the weak, since it is 46.1-miles in length with a 8,900-foot elevation gain. The route type is point to point and will take you through the forest where you will pass a river to cool off at. Hike as much or as little as you like for a great adventure.

Your dog will love exploring Pine alongside you and exploring all the amazing trails and parks.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pine

Carr 260/ Highline Trail

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Carr 260/ Highline Trail

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If Fido is itching to go exploring, take him out on the Pine Canyon Trail. While hiking, your dog needs to stay on leash, but will love the rocky areas of the trail he can climb over, and the amazing views the trail offers. The trail is a total of 16.6-miles with a 3,297-foot elevation gain in an out and back route, and will take you through a wooded forest and a river where Fido can stop and get a splash in. Make sure to check your pup's paws while hiking in case the mountain is a little rough. 

Highway 87/ Nf-583A

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Population Density
7 per sq. mi.

Highway 87/ Nf-583A

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Head over to the Tonto Natural Bridge State Park with your furry pal by your side. The park was built around a natural travertine bridge in the 1800s, and is the perfect destination for hikes, picnics and hanging out during the day. The park puts on a lot of events, so make sure your pup is in a social mood before heading out to the park. While visiting, your dog needs to stay on leash. Pay attention to signs since there are some areas that your pup isn't allowed. Don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags along with you.

Fossil Creek Road

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Population Density
51 per sq. mi.

Fossil Creek Road

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Go on a great hike along the Fossil Creek Waterfall Trail with your pup. The trail is perfect if you're a first time hiker or on a time limit since it is only 2.4-miles long. With an elevation gain of 203-feet in an out and back route, your pup will love this easier hike with you by his side. The hike features a waterfall and a river where your pup can stop to cool down before continuing on. If you're looking for a little big of a harder hike, then try out the Fossil Springs Trail. This trail is 8.1-miles long with a 1,486-foot elevation gain on an out and back route. This trail is known for backpacking and can be rocky, so you both will get a good workout in.

Torrie Pines Lane/ Old County Road

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Population Density
6 per sq. mi.

Torrie Pines Lane/ Old County Road

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After all the hiking, you and your pup will probably be famished, but there is a great restaurant the two of you can dine at together. THAT Brewery and Pub offers a wide selection of delicious beers that pair perfectly with whatever meal you choose off of their menu. They handcraft their beers right in the restauran,t and you can even buy some for the road. Their wide menu offers gluten-free and vegetarian options, plus they have killer mac and cheese. They welcome your four legged friend to drool over your meal on their outdoor patio whenever the weather is nice.

Carr 260

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Population Density
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Carr 260

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Have a relaxing day your your dog at the Old County Inn. They dish out wood-fired pizza and wings with beers and cocktails that pair nicely with whatever you choose to eat. Their outdoor patio is fenced in to help keep your dog safe while you both enjoy some outside time. There's also plenty of shade to make sure the two of you stay cool from the Arizona sun. The staff is super dog friendly and will even bring a fresh bowl of water out for your dog to enjoy while you enjoy your meal.