Dog Walkers in Exeter, CA

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Dog Areas in Exeter, CA

5 Parks
2 Eateries
4 Groomers
Exeter is a small city near the Sierra Nevada Mountains only thirty minutes out of the Sequoia National Park. With a few great parks to run through, a pawsome dog park to meet new friends at, and a couple of tasty restaurants to dine in, your pup will have a great time while in Exeter. With three veterinarians in the city, you don't have to worry about your four legged friend.

If you and Fido are craving a sweet treat, stop into TCBY together. They offer some delicious frozen yogurt in a plethora of different flavors, and you can even create your own at this great shop. Their menu even includes sugar-free, dairy free, and no sugar added ice creams, and the outdoor patio is perfect for you and your pup to enjoy your treats together.

The Dobson Field is a great area to let your dog run around and have some fun. The park offers a huge grass field that your dog can run around, and get some grass rolls and sniffs in. There is a nice walking path around the park that you both can use for some exercise before heading home.

With the fun parks and great restaurants your dog will have a great time hanging out in Exeter with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Exeter, CA

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,981/sq mi

    #1 Lincoln Triangle

    Take your pup out to the Exeter Bark Park for a fun day out off leash. This dogtastic dog park is perfect if your dog loves playing with other dogs. The park is separated into a large and small dog section so everyone can have fun with pups their own size. There are benches for owners, shade, and a waste area station if you forget to bring your own bags. With plenty of grass for your dog to run on, and even a small walking trail inside of the park, your pup is sure to find some fun here. Make sure to bring water since the park doesn't provide any.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,026/sq mi

    #2 Athletic Park

    The Athletic Park is a great area to take your furry pal if you're looking for some exercise and fun. This dogtastic park has a track, bleachers, a football field, and plenty of grass that your dog can run on. Take advantage of the track and get a good walk in with your furry pal by your side. The park is fenced in, so your pup can stay safe while you are out and about exploring. There is plenty of shade provided by trees, so you and Fido can relax on the grass after a good walk and cool down. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you while you are visiting this park.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,980/sq mi

    #3 Walnut to Pine

    If you are looking for a huge park to explore with your pup, check out City Park. This spot offers a playground, a covered picnic area, swings, and plenty of grass to run around on. There are trees to help provide shade while you are explore, and a great walking path that the two of you can use for some exercise. The park also provides restrooms, and benches for owners to sit on while visiting. Your dog will love running around this huge park with you. Make sure to bring clean-up bags and water.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 716/sq mi

    #4 Exeter Old

    If Fido is a dog that loves grass and running in it, the two of you need to check out Unger Park. This large park is filled with grass that your dog can get a good game of fetch on, or just run around and get some exercise in. There are plenty of trees to help give you both shade, and some restrooms. The walking path that goes around the park is perfect for a nice walk on with your four legged friend before you head out to your next adventure. Don't forget to bring clean-up bags with you while exploring this park together.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,450/sq mi

    #5 North Exeter

    The Schroth Park is a lovely area to take your pup to for a fun afternoon out under the sun. This large park is filled with grass that your dog can run on and get a game of fetch on. The park offers a playground, water fountains, and benches for owners. There is a huge walking path throughout and around the park that you and your dog can get a good walk on together. The park doesn't offer much shade, so make sure to go when the weather is nice. Bring plent of water, and don't forget your clean-up bags.
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