Dog walking in West Hartford

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My name is Kelly. I live in Meriden, but willing to travel! Animals are my passion. I am an energetic, loving, and experienced petsitter, animal boarder, and dog walker for over 15 yrs. I have over 8 yrs experience with rescue animals. I care for all breeds, from Maltese to Pit Bulls or an English Mastiff! Not just dogs...I care for all pets-cats, birds, fish, reptiles-to name a few! I’d love to meet you and your pets! Your pet is a part of your family, and will care as if they’re mine!

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

Hi, my name is Mary Ellen. I have loved dogs for as long as I can remember and have always had dogs in my family. Dogs are not only a persons best friend but they are also family, and I love them as such. I will treat your dogs as I treat my own, with love and respect and will cater to their specific needs as each dog is different.

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Potty training

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Dog Walking in West Hartford

West Hartford is a small city located in Harford County, Connecticut, and just very well may be the pawfect place to live. In 2010, West Hartford was named one of the nation's “10 Greatest Cities for Raising Families” by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. While its family friendly atmosphere may have gotten it fame, this town obviously loves its pups, as it is home to seven veterinarians that your dog can visit for a health checkup.

If your furry friend loves exploring the great outdoors, then be sure to check out one of the beautiful parks that West Hartford has to offer. Take a nice walk in Westmoor Park and let your pup explore the woodlands and meadows that surround him. Westmoor Park has numerous trails to hike, plus a big, open grassy field which is perfect for fetch.

If you both get hungry while on your adventure through West Hartford, then stop at one of the dog friendly restaurants where Fido can dine with you. The Corner Pug offers some tasty American classic food, while Grants Restaurant and Bar serves up amazing beverages and delicious desserts. These eateries have dog friendly patios and welcomes your pup to come eat with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Hartford

Farmington to Sedgwick

48
Population Density
5,254 per sq. mi.

Farmington to Sedgwick

48

If Your pup is in need of a little retail therapy, then be sure to stop into Toy Dog Accessories at the Beadoir. This pawsome doggie boutique makes handcrafted items just for your pooch, and welcomes your dog to shop with you as long as he behaves! Check out their sweaters, coats, ceramic treat jars and dog bowls, and other gift items. They even have sweaters to match those boasted by stylish dog parents. Their treats are specially baked and organic, plus you can get a birthday cake for your dog’s special day. 

Loomis Land

36
Population Density
8,485 per sq. mi.

Loomis Land

36

The Loomis Land neighborhood has a plethora of different dog friendly restaurants that you and Fido can visit together for a bite to eat. The Elbow Room has an American contemporary menu, while Cosi is a great place to stop in if you’re craving flatbreads made any way your heart desires. Both of these eateries have outdoor patios which are dog friendly, and love when Fido joins and people watches with you. Once you’re done eating, walk off those calories with a shopping trip to Hope and Stetson, where your dog can shop with you if he stays leashed.

Boulevard

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
7,729 per sq. mi.

Boulevard

24

Kennedy Park is a great spot to take your furry friend to for a nice walk or a good session of fetch. This pawsome park offers a picnic area, playground, pools, and a nice open field. If you and Fido want to have your own cookout ,then you’re more than welcome to bring your own grill and use the picnic area. The city does ask that you clean up after yourselves. Locals love the park and note that due to its popularity, it can become crowded. Make sure to bring water for your dog and clean-up bags.

Wolcott Hill Road

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,008 per sq. mi.

Wolcott Hill Road

12

If your pooch is up for a small drive, then head 10 miles out of West Hartford to the Mill Woods Park Dog Park in Wethersfield. This off-leash dog park has separate areas for large and small dogs, and includes benches, picnic tables, waste bag stations, and water stations for your dog to stay hydrated. If the weather starts getting too hot, there’s even shady areas that you and your pup can relax under to get cool. After a good day at the park, stop in to Panera and grab lunch, as they have a dog friendly patio and welcome your dog to join you.

Wapping/ East Windsor Hill

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,056 per sq. mi.

Wapping/ East Windsor Hill

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The South Windsor Bark Park in the town of South Windsor is fourteen miles out of West Hartford, and a great place to take your pup to run off-leash. The park is separated into large and small dog sections, and has agility equipment for those dogs who love a little challenge. The park has wood chips instead of grass, clean-up bags, water stations, and restrooms for the owners. If your dog is still craving more after a good run in the park, then enjoy the walking trail that surrounds the South Windsor Bark Park. The trail is right under 2-miles long and asphalt, which makes for an easy stroll.

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