Dog walking in Buellton

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Sammi SBuellton, CA 93427

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“Dog lover available every day of the week!”

I have a lot of experience with many kinds of dogs after working in a pet store as well as owning my own dogs. I walk my 2 year old lab twice a day for around a mile. I am always home and available for you and your fur babies needs. I hope you'll give me the opportunity to help your dogs get the exercise they love and need!

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Linsey SBuellton, CA 93427

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“"Be the person your dog thinks you are"- CJ Frick”

I LOVE DOGS!!! Mine are like family; I have always had big dogs (mostly pit bulls) but love all dogs. I've volunteered in animal rescue since 2009, fostering several success stories, most of which came to me with some type of disability. My boy Vito is one of those rescues; a deaf pit bull, we communicate using sign language and he's truly my best friend. I look forward to meeting your fur family, giving them all the love and care they deserve while you're away

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Dog Walking in Buellton

Buellton is a relatively small town located in Santa Barbara County, California. More accurately, the town is located in the Santa Ynez Valley. Because of its convenient location, Buellton attracts many people that travel along the U.S. Route 101 and State Route 246. That's why the town offers a selection of dog-friendly hotels and restaurants. If you are looking for a place to stay along with your pup, you should check the Santa Ynez Valley Marriott, Motel 6 Buellton, Flying Flags RV Resort & Campground or the Buellton Airbnb Rentals. If you're looking to grab some grub or just enjoy a drink with your dog by your side, chow down at Mother Hubbard's Restaurant or enjoy a cold one at Figueroa Mountain Brewery.

If you find yourself in a situation where you need a veterinarian, you can rest easy, because this town is home to a veterinary clinic which provides routine care. While you are here, you should visit the River View Park, which is totally dog-friendly as long as your dog is leashed.

Since Buellton is small, you may need to drive a short distance to find more pup-friendly things to do.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Buellton

Buellton Park

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Buellton Park

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The PAWS Park of Santa Ynez Valley Inc. is the only off-leash park in the area. The park is properly fenced and has two separate areas: one for small dogs and one for large dogs. The park is a non-profit organization that relies on donations and volunteer work in order to keep the park properly maintained. Since it is the only off-leash park in the area, there tends to be a little crowd at times, but that's the perfect thing if you want to socialize your dog! You'll find everything you'd expect from a pawesome dog park here: grass, seating areas, drinking water, doggie waste bags and stations, and even toys!

North Orcutt

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,597 per sq. mi.

North Orcutt

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Around 29 miles away from Buellton, you'll find another amazing dog park: Woof-Pac Park, located in Orcutt. This is a 3-acre, off-leash, fenced park where your dog can play and socialize with other pups. The park has a separate area just for small dogs. The ground is covered in grass and there is water available for dogs and dog pawrents. Seating areas and nearby parking are added perks. You'll also find restrooms not far fro the park. Grab Fido's favorite toy and pack some snacks for an amazing day in Orcutt!

Solvang Suburbs

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Population Density
164 per sq. mi.

Solvang Suburbs

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Just 7 miles away from Buellton is yet another park that you can take your pooch to. The park is called Nojoqui Falls County Park and it is located just outside of Solvang. In this park, you'll find a pretty easy hike, around 0.6 miles long, that might take you around 1.5 hours to complete along with your four-legged buddy. The trail leads to very beautiful falls that might come as a surprise to most people who aren't from the area. The park also includes a couple of picnic areas, restrooms, grills, playgrounds, and parking, so grab some grub for the grill and bring the whole family to enjoy a pawfect day out!

Central Lompoc

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,634 per sq. mi.

Central Lompoc

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If you need another dog park to visit, head down to Barkin Park, located in Central Lompoc. This off-leash, fenced park is located around 18 miles away from Buellton. The park has a large dog area and a small dog area which is also an area where the shy dogs of all sizes can play. Benches and shade trees are provided for pet parent comfort. Your pal will love running around in the lush grass and making new fur-iends. You'll even find drinking water, waste bags, and toys to play with at this pawesome park!

South Orcutt

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,070 per sq. mi.

South Orcutt

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You won't want to miss the Orcutt Community Park, located about 27 miles from Buellton. This park has a fenced area designated for dogs. The play area is about 2.5 acres and is separated into small and large dog areas. There is a water fountain in the fenced area so you don't have to worry about bringing some with you. The park also includes benches for the human visitors. There is a hose at the entrance of the park where you can rinse the grass and dirt out of your pal's fur after playtime is over. Don't fur-get to bring a leash; your pal will need to wear one if he wants to explore outside the dog park with you.