Dog walking in Cleveland

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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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Kierra HCleveland, GA 30528

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I love dogs and have a good bond with them, I’m gentle, kind, and reliable. Your pet will be treated better than my pet and my dog is treated very well, I even reward her even when she does something bad sometimes, I have a hard time telling her no because she understands when she’s in trouble, I love her.

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Nina NCleveland, GA 30528

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Hey, I'm Nina. I live in Atlanta Midtown with a lovely Airedale Terrier for a couples years now. Growing up with many dogs in my family I was able to earn experience with dogs different sizes. I love meeting new dogs, spending time with them and fulfill their needs, as I know that every dog is unique. In my freetime I enjoy going to the gym and being active outside. Taking care of your pet, I will treat your dog with respect, care and love. I would be happy to get to know your dog soon!

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Misty WCleveland, GA 30528

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My name is Misty, and I LOVE dogs! I have many years of experience caring for dogs, and am passionate about giving them the best care and the most love possible. I have two dogs of my own, Margo (a 5 year old rescued terrier mix) and Ruby (a 3 year old Border Collie/Blue Heeler mix). I have walked and/or sat for over 200 dogs. You can be sure I will love and care for your dog like my own!

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

Dog Walking in Cleveland

Home to North Georgia Zoo & Petting Farm, Cleveland is a natural joy for kids of all ages. (And yes, we mean the adults, too!) You will find this family-friendly community about 90 miles northeast of Atlanta and a skip and hop from the Chattahoochee National Forest. Although there are no dedicated parks for pups, Cleveland has a few campgrounds that welcome pets. If you need a quick bite, you'll find several fast food restaurants and eateries with outdoor patios that welcome pooches. The same goes for vet clinics: there are two animal hospitals right in the center of town.

Vineyards are a great alternative to public parks, pawticularly if they're pet-friendly! Yonah Mountain Vineyard in the northeastern part of Cleveland is the perfect place to walk with a leashed pooch, enjoying the beautiful vistas and grounds of the winery. There’s also an outdoor patio where the dog can join you while you taste local wines (both red and white are available!).

But if you still want to explore downtown with Fido, Freedom Park is a great place to take a stroll or just relax in the shade while you enjoy a snack.

Cleveland is the pawfect place for animal lovers of all kinds!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cleveland

Downtown Cornelia

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,060 per sq. mi.

Downtown Cornelia

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Cornelia’s city center is closely connected to Mt Airy, offering easy access to the endless terrain of Lake Russell State Wildlife and Recreation Area. But, before you embark on an adventure in the wilderness and wetlands, check out Cornelia’s downtown! Charming and pastoral, the neighborhood has everything you could pawssibly want, including an extensive public park with a designated dog area! Cornelia City Park is a lush, well-kept park. Leash your buddy and explore the paved walking trails with wooden footbridges, which lead to the fenced dog park, where you can play with some furry buddies! You will also find several picnic tables and a shaded pavilion to relax and watch your pooch.

Blue Ridge Highway

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
130 per sq. mi.

Blue Ridge Highway

36

Blue Ridge Highway is one of the central neighborhoods in Blairsville, Georgia, about an hour south of Cleveland through Chattahoochee National Forest. The place is perfect for golf lovers and pet owners. The former can enjoy the close proximity of Butternut Creek Golf Park. The latter can sniff out Union County Dog Park, a small but truly pet-friendly facility with walking trail loops (about a mile long) and access to the crystal clear Nottely Lake. Open fields and tree-covered areas are just begging your curious bloodhound to explore! Bring water with you when you visit -- there are no water fountains here for dogs or humans.

Laurel Park

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Laurel Park

24

Laurel Park on Lake Lanier is one of the local favorite attractions in Gainesville, GA. Featuring about 124 acres, this park is by far the biggest in Hall County. Laurel Park offers wonderful paved walking trails which are pet-friendly and fairly moderate -- pawfect for small pups and beginners! You will pass by multiple pavilions, picnic shelters, and a boat ramp before you find a place for off-leash doggie fun. Separated from the rest of the park, the doggy spot is perfect for running and playing with furry friends. This pawpular park is always full of friendly tail-waggers to sniff out and chase!

Chattahoochee Cove

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,328 per sq. mi.

Chattahoochee Cove

12

Centered on Spring Cove Road, the Chattahoochee Cove neighborhood is one of the northern pet-friendly neighborhoods in Duluth, Georgia. Beautiful views of the Chattahoochee River and an amazing dog park are all yours to enjoy if you decide to take the hour-long trip south from Cleveland. The doggy spot offers tons of space to run and is perfect for pooches of any size. Two enclosed sections separate shy and active pups, so your furry buddy can find the pawfect pal to play with! Your pooch can also run wild along the stream of the river (the park provides easy access to the water), but don’t let him dive or drink from it!

Jones Bridge

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,767 per sq. mi.

Jones Bridge

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If you follow the lead of Jones Bridge Road in the southeastern part of Johns Creek, you'll eventually bump into Old Alabama Road, home to residential quarters surrounded by small stores and big shopping malls. At first glance, this animated area doesn’t seem to be pet-friendly, but there's a hidden gem here you'd be barking mad to miss! Newtown Dream Dog Park is hidden off the turn of Brumbelow Road and is so named for a reason! The huge area is a dog's dream come true, with two separate sections for small and large pooches and a challenging obstacle course. What will excite your pup most is the splash pad! However, the splash pad may be turned off when you visit.