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Audrey
Audrey
Reviewed by Krystal R. on 09/20/2017

"Audrey is amazing! She is great with my dog and I trust her to come in and take my dog out when we're not home. She is on top of letting us know everything there is to know about how the day went. And she always brings back exhausted bears!"

1.50 mi
54m
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Sarah
Sarah
Reviewed by Adrian A. on 09/15/2017

"Sarah does so good with our baby! I can't believe how comfortable we feel with her in our home and with my pupper! Thank you Sarah "

2.13 mi
63m
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Paul
Paul
Reviewed by Jacob C. on 09/15/2017

"First walk went smoothly with no issues. On time for both walks. Second time he called about unexpected incident with my dog biting our furniture. Was professional at when calling. After situation was handeled he walked her and put back in the kennel as requested. Very happy with him."

2.90 mi
64m
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Samantha
Samantha
Reviewed by Stephen A. on 09/15/2017

"Samantha is great! Zander loves his walks with her and she does a fantastic job with him. Thank you again, Samantha! "

1.25 mi
30m
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Paul
Paul
Reviewed by John M. on 09/15/2017

"Came home to a very happy dog. She seemed to really have enjoyed her walk. Paul was great and on time!"

2.74 mi
65m
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Cari
Cari
Reviewed by Luis M. on 09/13/2017

"This was our first time using wags! I would highly recommend Cari for future walks! "

1.24 mi
34m
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Haley
Haley
Reviewed by Holly E. on 09/12/2017

"I'm so sorry that Blondie was acting up so terribly while you were there! That's very concerning, that she was so aggressive... I sounds like I'll just need to use Wag for walking Pasta in the future. Thank you for your patience!"

1.12 mi
33m
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Paul
Paul
Reviewed by Stephen A. on 09/11/2017

"Paul was great and Zander took to him immediately! I could tell he genuinely cares for dogs which is so important in someone walking my fur child. Thanks again, Paul! He's worn out! :) "

4.08 mi
38m
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Andrew
Andrew
Reviewed by Aaron L. on 09/11/2017

"Jack had a great walk with Andrew! He seemed really happy afterwards. Thank you Andrew!"

1.50 mi
32m
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Pee
Cari
Cari
Reviewed by Edward A. on 09/10/2017

"I was home for my fur-babies walk because I was nervous having never used a dog walker, let alone someone I never met before. However, she was very nice and made me feel comfortable enough to use the service when I'm not home! "

1.29 mi
32m
Poo
Pee

Dog Areas in Colorado Springs

7 Parks
8 Trails
24 Eateries
10 Groomers

If you and your pooch are looking to make some new friends, plan a day-trip to Bear Creek Dog Park. Located on 21st Street, this busy dog park is a fun and easy way to meet new people and pups. Bear Creek Dog Park has two completely fenced-in areas – one for small dogs (classified as 25 pounds and lighter) and one for dogs of any size. The area for all dogs is a large, open space complete with a tranquil creek, winding pathways, plenty of restrooms and trash cans, and a water spigot. Bear Creek Dog Park is open from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. year-round has no admission fee.

If your dog isn’t spayed or neutered, this next park isn’t for you. Rampart Dog Park on Lexington Drive is a large, completely fenced-in space for dogs to run about – as long as they’re fixed. Signs are posted along the fence posts strictly forbidding sexually-intact dogs. For dogs who are spayed/neutered, there’s much to enjoy, such as mulch hills, sand, and water spigots.

Are you and your pup tired of the same old walks? Shake things up a bit by hiking The Crags Trail. The Crags Trail is a four-mile long trail in Pike National Forest exclusively for hikers and horseback riders. Be sure to keep some hours in your day free of any other commitments because it will take at least a solid 2.5 hours to complete the entire hike. To ensure a comfortable hike, The Crags Trail is padded with evergreen needles. Your dog is more than welcome to hike with you as long as he is on his leash at all times.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Colorado Springs

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,680/sq mi

    #1 Central Colorado City

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    The center of Colorado Springs has some terruffic trails for hiking with your canine buddy. Midland Trail is one of the Rails to Trails Conservancy projects repurposing an abandoned train track into a pawesome route through both metropolis and wilderness. The path is paved for easy travel, so humans and dogs of all skill levels will be comfortable trekking this trail. Memorial Park is located in the heart of Colorado Springs and features a walkway. This leisurely walk offers beautiful views of the water and surrounding mountains for both you and Rover to enjoy. Memorial Park often hosts cool town functions, so if your timing is right you just might be able to catch one as you stroll through.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,880/sq mi

    #2 East Colorado Springs

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    The east side of Colorado Springs may not be quite as happening as other sections, but it does have Palmer Park! This amazing area is filled with awesome rock formations just waiting to be explored by you and your furry friend. The trails are all on-leash only, but they are long enough that your pup will be exhausted after a day of running, hiking and climbing the ruff terrain. There is a small fenced-in dog park, however most locals prefer tearing around the trails over hanging at the park. Either way, Palmer Park has so much to offer travellers with four legs. Just keep in mind the range doesn't have a lot of shade, so it may be best to bring some water and a dish to keep your bark buddy hydrated and happy.
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  3. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,740/sq mi

    #3 Northeast Colorado Springs

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    The Northeast section of Colorado Springs has lots to do for your dog and you! Stop by Jackson Park to let Rover run free at these off-leash grounds. The area offers tons of fun but no fence, so pups who like to listen may do better here. If you're craving the wilderness but want to stay safe, check out Ute Valley Park! With over 330 acres of rocks, woods and trails, this park will make you totally forget that you're hiking in the middle of town. Leashed canines are welcome for hikes and runs on the well maintained trails. Just north of town lies New Santa Fe Regional Trail, a converted train track that is a part of the Rails to Trails Conservancy. This trail is perfect for doggy walking, with easy parking and info maps to keep you on track!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 770/sq mi

    #4 Old Colorado City

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    The heart of Colorado Springs is definitely a place for pups. Old Colorado Springs has some barktastic spots to take your dog to for guaranteed fun. Red Rock Canyon Open Space has plenty of trails to keep the whole family happy, especially the four-legged members. Dogs are welcome on-leash on any of the scenic trails and may run free on either of the designated dog loops. These areas are kept in good condition but are not fenced in. Bear Creek Dog Park, also located in Old Colorado City is basically doggy heaven on Earth. This fully fenced in park features a creek, a watering station, pathways and even an agility park! Got a mini-pup? No worries! There is a special section for dogs under 25 lbs. Restrooms are on site, so you can stay and play for hours if you'd like! Old Colorado City has lots to keep you and your pooch outside and having fun.

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  5. Dog Parks 5
    Population Density 2,670/sq mi

    #5 West Colorado Springs

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    West Colorado Springs is home of the Garden of the Gods, a registered national landmark. What makes this landmark even better is that it is totally bark-friendly! Dogs are allowed on all of the trails as long as they are leashed. The Garden of the Gods is the perfect place to take on great views while hiking over big rocks. After a day of exploring, both you and your pooch are welcome to get refreshed at The Café at the Garden, where dogs are invited to relax on the terrace. The Garden of the Gods Trading Post, located a short drive away, is a historic trading post that has been converted into an art gallery and gift shop. Four-legged guests are encouraged to visit this slice of history with their humans. You are sure to have an action packed day with your pup when you visit West Colorado Springs.
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