Dog walking in Johnstown

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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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Emma NJohnstown, CO

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I love walking dogs and have experience with a variety of breeds, sizes and temperaments. I worked at a shelter walking dogs which is actually where I found my own dog, Maisy. I have another dog that I raised from a puppy, so I have experience with young dogs as well. I've also cared for dogs in my home and in other's homes. I have experience with administering medication and with older dogs who may need help with potty breaks.

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

Kyra SJohnstown, CO

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Hi my name is Kyra and I’ve been walking for wag for over a year. I’ve spent my summers volunteering at various animal shelters, and am going to school to be a veterinarian. I absolutely love animals of all kinds; my own two furbabies are a beautiful catahoula leopard dog named Gypsy, and a handsome orange tabby named Rembrandt. I can walk small to large breeds, puppies to seniors, I’ll love them all! I can’t wait to meet you and your pets!

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Connor CJohnstown, CO

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“/KAW-nuhr/ : 'lover of hounds'”

Hello! My name is Connor, I'm a Colorado native, and I'm a mama to a one year old baby girl and two five year old fur babies! I love all kinds of animals, and I've had experience with A LOT.. dogs, cats, horses, fish, birds, lizards, snakes, ferrets, mice, frogs, & even sugar gliders. I've been an animal lover my entire life, and I'm sure there's even more that I'm not remembering right now.. point is, all animals are friends! And I would LOVE to get to know yours!

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Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Kayla CJohnstown, CO

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“Dog walker, sitter, groomer, and lover!”

Hello! My name is Kayla and I am so excited to walk your dog! I am a professional dog groomer and I have a lot of experience taking care of and walking dogs. I have owned and cared for many dogs myself, have dogsat and walked dogs of all shapes and sizes and I have volunteered occasionally at my local animal shelter. I love all animals and can’t wait to meet your dog and give it the best care that it deserves.

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

Jacqueline HJohnstown, CO

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“Your Best Friend’s New Best Friend”

My name is Jacqueline (Jackie) I grew up in Castle Rock, Co just moved to Fort Collins. I started pet sitting for my friends, family and neighbors when I was 7. I look forward to meeting your fur baby.

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

Naomi MJohnstown, CO

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“Ready to meet, play, and walk with your pup!”

My first dog was a Samoyed mix that we adopted, and ever since I met her I have loved dogs. I have taken care of a wide variety of breed and sizes of dogs ever since then. Most commonly I have taken care of Australian Shepherds, Labs, Golden Retrievers, Terrier Pitbulls, Greyhounds, and Cattle Dog mixes. All of them totally different in personality but all awesome in their own ways :) I'm excited to meet your own pup!

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

Kristin CJohnstown, CO

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“Your dog will love it!”

Hi, I’m Kristin. I grew up with a dog and a cat. My dog, Archie, absolutely loved walks. I walked him, as well as numerous neighbor dogs frequently. Each dog was enthusiastic and happy while we were walking. I have been pet sitting/walking since I was a young kid and I always treat every animal with kindness, love and respect. I have a lot of experience with a wide variety of dogs.

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Danielle LJohnstown, CO

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Hello, my name is Danielle. I’m 24, and I just moved to Fort Collins, all the way from Florida! I am eager to walk dogs in Colorado and explore the beautiful scenery.

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Tracey AJohnstown, CO

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Hi! My name is Tracey. I have had 2 wonderful dogs in my life Cholla and Molly. Both were Heinz 57 dogs and they loved their walks! It was wonderful to see the smile on their faces when we said the work "walk". I want to bring that smile to your dogs face! I have experience pet sitting many different kinds of dogs. From toy poodles to Great Danes I love them all!

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Kayla YJohnstown, CO

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My name is Kayla. I live in the Loveland, CO area. I have grown up with a very big family with many dog lovers! I am well versed in the care and understanding of dogs. I have been volunteering to dog sit for family members when they are out of town for the last 3+ years. Dog walking is always one of the top three activities I suggest doing when visiting family! My life is enriched when it revolves around the safety and care of special pups who deserves all our love!!

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Dog Walking in Johnstown

Johnstown, Colorado was a small town not too long ago. As the housing market in Northern Colorado intensified in the last decade, Johnstown has grown to the north and south. The population continues to expand, and Johnstown is booming with new neighbors of both the human and canine variety.

With eight city parks in place, Johnstown is ready for a pawpulation explosion. Lake Park on Rocksbury Lane has a walking trail just over a mile in length circling the lake. (Sorry, dog-paddlers: no swimming or boating is allowed.) Pocket parks located within residential neighborhoods are typically small, just a playground and lawn, but still furrific for a quick weekday stretch.

Johnstown offers plenty of canine comforts. The new Fetch-N-Go Pet Supply on College Park Plaza is locally owned, and their high-end pet food selection might help your pup forget about the self-service dog wash station. There are two veterinary practices in town and a third next door in Milliken.

If your pups are connoisseurs of the good life, they’ll find more shopping and dining options in Loveland, 12 miles northwest, or Greeley, 16 miles northeast. For a true urban adventure, Fort Collins is 25 miles north, or you can be in Downtown Denver in under an hour: with more than a dozen off-leash dog parks and almost 250 dog-friendly restaurants with outdoor seating, this bustling metropolis can meet any pup’s needs!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Johnstown

Downtown Johnstown

48
Population Density
1,099 per sq. mi.

Downtown Johnstown

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On the north end of Downtown Johnstown, Sunrise Park on Greeley Avenue has a paved walking path that’s easy on tender paws and strollers. Follow the path northeast to loop around to the sidewalk on Greeley Ave: this affluent, safe neighborhood gives you plenty of space to extend your workout. A network of footpaths — complete with doggy waste bag dispensers and garbage cans — weaves through the subdivision at the west end of Third Street, just a few blocks south. The well-maintained homes in this neighborhood are full of young families, making pedestrian and pawdestrian travel a priority. The trails connect to sidewalks and continue along the southern edge of the neighborhood, running parallel to Highway 60.

East Milliken

36
Population Density
521 per sq. mi.

East Milliken

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The town of Milliken is directly east of Johnstown, just a couple of miles down the road. Milliken’s excellent city parks dot the residential neighborhood, and the three largest parks are clustered together on the eastern edge of Milliken: Ehrlich Park, Sappington Park, and Centennial Park. All three parks are located within the section of Highway 60 between Highway 25 and Alice Avenue. Each park offers a walking trail ideal for a quick stretch. The S. Traildust Drive Neighborhood Trail at Ehrlich does a loop of the lake. On the other side of the railroad tracks and connecting to the adjacent neighborhood’s sidewalks, an extensive dog-walking trail traces the boundary between subdivisions. The trails and grassy lawns at Sappington Park are located at the heart of this housing development on School House Road. Centennial Park has a paved trail around a sizable lake at the eastern edge of town. 

Seven Lakes

24
Population Density
2,060 per sq. mi.

Seven Lakes

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Loveland, Colorado is a nearby shopping and dining hub about 12 miles from downtown and just down the street from northern Johnstown. Boyd Lake State Park is located just north of town near the Seven Lakes neighborhood. This waterfront retreat on the banks of a 1,700-acre reservoir gives your pups plenty to bark about. Dogs are welcome (leashes required) on the trails running along the water’s edge for the length of the park. The city of Loveland also has a 19-mile loop of recreational trails encircling the community: city trails link up to Boyd Lake State Park trails on the north and south ends of the park; try the easy walk down to Seven Lakes Park. Just south of the Boyd Lake on Highway 34, several of Loveland’s 40+ dog-friendly restaurants are on your route home, including Big City Burrito and 3 Margaritas to spice up your day in the park. 

42 Street

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,490 per sq. mi.

42 Street

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The closest off-leash play place for Johnstown pups is Freedom Dog Park in Evans, just south of Greeley. With water and waste stations, a mix of grass and gravel surfaces, and agility equipment available in the three fenced runs, your pup will have plenty of entertainment. To extend your workout, there are two community parks are located just half-a-mile west on 42nd Street, directly across the highway from one another. The walking trail at Prairie View Park circles the playground and meadow, and the paved perimeter path at Ridge Park gives excellent views of the picnic grounds and athletic facilities. To fuel up between parks, visit one of several dog-friendly restaurants nearby or just grab take-out coffee at The Human Bean. 

Fox Hill

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,382 per sq. mi.

Fox Hill

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The Denver suburb of Longmont is 21 miles from Johnstown, but your pack will be begging for a road trip once they get a taste of Longmont’s dog-loving parks. The main attraction near the Fox Hill neighborhood is the Union Reservoir Dog Beach. Located on the south side of the reservoir, the Dog Beach offers a long stretch of lakeside access to waist-deep water where you can swim with your buddies. Note that there's a daily parking fee and that fencing around the beach is incomplete; while dogs are allowed off-leash here, it’s not a good idea if your pup doesn’t come when called. If you need a safer (or drier) spot for an off-leash frolic, a fully-fenced dog park is available in Stephen Day Park, just 2 miles west. It’s one of several in Longmont, so consider making a day of it. You can stop for lunch at one of the 36 pet-friendly restaurant patios in town, ranging from Mexican to Southern BBQ to classic pub grub.