Dog walking in Winter Park

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

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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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I've always been a pet owner; I have a senior chihuahua, a 15 year old miniture pincher and a recently-rescued senior Great Pyrenees. I am also the proud owner of a green-cheek conure and a terrarium full of hermit crabs! With that, I want to offer that I absolutely love animals and will extend the same level of care to your pets that I offer my own. Along with the attention to detail needed to accommodate any of the individual needs your fluffy loved ones may have during our time together.

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker

“I treat your fur babies like my own.”

I would love to be able to help you with any dog walking needs you may have. I have had the opportunity to walk big, small, happy, nervous, shy and multiple dogs many times. We have 3 dogs in our family, a 11 year old pug, a 6 year old pittie mix and a 4 year old lab shepherd mix. It’s quite the assortment of temperaments, ages and breeds I know. You can be assured I will treat your dog like my own. I hope to hear from you soon. Thanks for reading!

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

Dog Walking in Winter Park

The small community of Winter Park, Florida, which lies about 6 miles north of Orlando, has always been a great way to escape the busy life in the big city. The town is surrounded by lakes and just has that village vibe not many places in America have anymore. Winter Park does not only lift the spirits of its human inhabitants; the animals of Winter Park feel right at home as well.

There are plenty of dog lovers in town. Winter Park, Florida, therefore, has its own off-leash dog park. Lake Baldwin Park is circled around a lake and has its own beach with pavilions, picnic areas, and a boat ramp. The park is a total of 23 acres in size and is a great way for dogs in Winter Park to run around and explore.

Another perfect place in Winter Park to walk the dogs is the Blue Jacket Park. This public park is 75 acres in size and a crowd favorite. Blue Jacket Park is the number one destination for joggers in town. Dogs are allowed, and more than welcome to run on a leash and the park has water fountains for dogs and their owners.

The talk of the town is the Winter Park Farmers' Market. This event takes place every Saturday morning. Dogs are welcome to join along as visitors browse across the booths filled with farm fresh goods, pots and plants, arts and crafts and more.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Winter Park

Baldwin Park

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,596 per sq. mi.

Baldwin Park

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The Baldwin Park neighborhood, which is in both Winter Park and Orlando, offers plenty of fun for you and your pawesome pooch! Head over to Lake Baldwin Park, where you and your dog can explore, and your pup can even go for a quick swim in Lake Baldwin. On certain days, the park doesn’t require a leash, but your best bet is to bring one. Lake Baldwin Park offers a shady area for picnics, so pack a lunch for both you and your dog to make a day of it! If you forget your picnic basket, there are several dog-friendly restaurants in the area.

Downtown

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Population Density
2,596 per sq. mi.

Downtown

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Downtown Winter Park is home to Blue Jacket Park, which is a popular spot for joggers and dog walkers. Grab your running shoes, Fido’s leash, and – most importantly – Fido, and head on over to the park for your dog’s daily exercise! If you’ve worked up an appetite after exploring Blue Jacket Park, head over to Carmel, a local restaurant serving up Mediterranean dishes, including chickpea fries and Moroccan lemon chicken. Your dog is welcome to join you at any of their outdoor seating. A leash is required, as is good behavior. Bone Appetit!

West Winter Park

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Population Density
2,596 per sq. mi.

West Winter Park

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On the western side of the city, the Winter Park Farmers’ Market is open for business every Saturday morning, and Fido is always welcome to come shopping with you! Check out fresh vegetables and homemade goods all while your best bud is right by your side. A leash is required. Once you’re done at the farmers’ market, head over to The Doggie Door, a local gift shop with gifts for you and your pet! Your leashed dog is welcome to join you, and if he’s a good boy, he just might get a treat out of it.

South Semoran

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,666 per sq. mi.

South Semoran

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If you travel 20 minutes south of Winter Park, you’ll find yourself in South Semoran, one of Orlando’s many neighborhoods. Within South Semoran is Barber Dog Park, where your pet is sure to have a howlin’ good time! With separate areas for large and small dogs, your fur-iend can feel comfortable as he socializes with dogs his size and plays around with the agility equipment. The park also features mini pools for your pooch and water fountains for both of you, so you can stay cool while having fun under the sun! This is an off-leash park. Locals warn that parking can sometimes be hard to find.

Thornton Park

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Population Density
4,752 per sq. mi.

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Located about 15 minutes southwest of Winter Park is the big city of Orlando, where there’s tons to do with your four-legged friend! Head over to Lake Eola Park, where your leashed pet can explore and meet plenty of other dogs; the park is a local hotspot for dog lovers! On Sundays from ten in the morning to four in the afternoon, Lake Eola Park hosts the Downtown Orlando Farmers’ Market, where your leashed and well-behaved pooch is welcome to join you. There are even gourmet dog treats and handmade toys for your best pal!

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