Dog walking in Carbondale

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Flexible scheduling

Select the date and time that best suit your needs. Want a walk ASAP? We’ve got you covered.

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Customized for your pup

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

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What is Wag!?

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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Charlotte TCarbondale, CO 81623

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My name is Charlotte and I am 21 years old. I am a senior at TCU in Fort Worth Texas, and I am a Nursing major. I am from Orange County, California and I have always loved dogs and have grown up having a dog in the home since I can remember. Currently, I have a dog back home named Poppy, a three-year-old Australian Shepherd who I take for walks already, so I would love to help other dogs get out and go walking.

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Baneza ACarbondale, CO 81623

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Hello my name is Baneza Andrades, Born and raised in the Roaring Fork Valley. Graduated Aspen High in 2012 and now a proud owner of Sol Maya Cruelty Free Salon Spa & The Secret Garden Boutique in Glenwood Springs. We currently have three rescues fur babies and two lovely kids. I'm in love with nature and animals. During my free time I like to take dogs, kittens out for a walk, or to the park. Anything to be active.

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Training experience

Dog Walking in Carbondale

Carbondale is a beautiful valley city in Garfield County, Colorado that enjoys a beautiful view of Mount Sopris, and is only just down the road from Aspen. Sitting on the south bank of the Roaring Fork River, Carbondale is perfect for any pup who loves food, hiking, and exploring. Home to three veterinarians, your dog will have a great time while in town.

Visit the Gianinetti Park with your furry pal by your side. The park offers great amenities for you and your pup, including a disc golf course, playground, swings, restrooms, and water fountains. Your dog will love getting a walk in on their paved walking path, or a game of fetch on the grass area.

Grab a bite to eat at Peppinos Pizza. This dog-friendly restaurant dishes out tasty pizza, amazing drinks, and drool worthy desserts that your pup will be dying to try. Their outdoor patio has a fence to help keep your pup safe and welcomes him to dine alongside you.

If you need a place to stay, check into the Comfort Inn and Suites Carbondale, or the Days Inn Carbondale. Both hotels welcome your pup to get a good night's rest with you before continuing your pawsome adventure in Carbondale.

Your dog will have an amazing time in Carbondale with you, especially after cheking out all the great amenities you two can explore.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Carbondale

Hendrick Drive/ Holland Drive

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Dog Parks
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Population Density
116 per sq. mi.

Hendrick Drive/ Holland Drive

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The Hendrick Dog Park is the perfect place to take your pup for some off-leash fun and socializing. This park offers plenty of grass for Fido to run on, plus picnic tables and agility equipment. Make sure to bring water since the park doesn't provide any. After a good day out at the park, take your pup out to Heidi's Brooklyn Deli for a bite to eat. This New York delicatessen-style eatery dishes out delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Try their breakfast burrito or salads, and enjoy them on their outdoor patio that welcomes your furry pal.

Sopris Park

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Population Density
3,538 per sq. mi.

Sopris Park

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If you and your pup are in the Sopris Park neighborhood, stop into the Carbondale Beer Works for a bite to eat. They serve classic American comfort food like burgers and loaded fries. Their staff is super dog friendly with your pup and will make them feel right at home. Bonfire Coffee offers delicious drinks that your pup will want a lick of, but they also dish out small plates like salads that you can enjoy. If you want to take some coffee beans to go, Bonfire Coffee can package it up for you. Both of these great restaurants offer dog friendly patios and welcome your pup to dine alongside you.

Cactus Flats/ Rocky Road

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Population Density
105 per sq. mi.

Cactus Flats/ Rocky Road

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Go on a great hike with your pup on the Red Hill/ Mushrooms Rock Trail. This trail is 2.9-miles in length with a 859-foot elevation gain, and a loop style route. The hike features a beautiful view of the Crystal and Roaring Rock Valleys, plus there are tons of smaller trails along the path that you and your pup can explore together. This hike is perfect for hikers of all skills levels, but make sure to keep your dog on a leash while you are using the trail. Bring plenty of water and clean up bags with you as well.

North East Carbondale

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Population Density
8,069 per sq. mi.

North East Carbondale

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The Carbondale Nature Park is a large open space that is perfect to run around with your pup. The park is 35-acres, and offers picnic tables, a few trails, and clean-up bags for your pup. Make sure to bring water to the park since there isn't a lot of shade provided. The Colorado Meadows Park is another beautiful park to get a walk in with your pup in the same neighborhood. This park has fantastic amenities, like a playground, swings, basketball court, and picnic tables. Take advantage of the walking path and get a good walk in with Fido while you are there.

Mulford

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2,184 per sq. mi.

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The North Face Park is a dogtastic place to explore with your furry pal by your side. The park features a skate park, BMX track, picnic area, baseball fields, and a soccer field. Your pup will have a great time getting a walk in on the grassy slopes at this park, or enjoying a meal with you at their picnic area. The park can get busy at times with sports events, so make sure Fido is friendly, and don't forget your water or clean-up bags when you visit. This park does not offer any paved walking areas to use, so if you want to walk on a paved surface, this isn't the park for you.