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Lauren treated moxie with care and kindness. moxie came back from her walk happy. I recommend Lauren
we love the report cards he gives and the attention that he gives to our kids to understand the difference between them and how to deal with both of them. absolutely love them he's great
Great walker. always does a good job.
Wonderful! Refilled water bowl and gave Holly a treat.
Outstanding service! Came early and my dog was warn out!
Another great walk! My preffered walker for sure.
Was very thankful for Myia as she helped us out on Thanksgiving. She always does a great job with our pups.
Olive loves her walks :)
Thank you so much Asia. I know Chai is a handful but you were so patient with him!!!
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The best dog friendly neighborhoods in College Park
Central College Park
The Central College Park neighborhood is home to the town's shopping district. The area gets pretty busy, but still provides residents with the Richard D. Zupp Park. The park is 5 acres, with a perimeter trail, winding paved paths throughout the park, baseball diamonds, and three picnic pavilions. Dogs are welcome while on a leash, and have access to water fountains and clean-up bags. Egan Park is a small park in a residential area with a forested path made from dirt and gravel. This small park is rural, and although it does not require dogs to be on a leash, you will have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
Historic College Park
The neighborhood of old Historic College Park has some of the oldest lands in the city, with historic buildings and old farmland that have been turned into public parks like Barrett Park. The 7-acre park is well-maintained, with a large open space surrounded by trees. Shaded benches, paved walkways, enclosed and light tennis courts, and picnic pavilions are ofund throughout. Your pup must remain on a leash while at the park, but can enjoy features like water fountains, trash bins, benches, and clean-up stations. The neighborhood also hosts a dog-friendly restaurant known as Lunch on Main Street, which serves home cooked meals and provides dog-friendly outdoor seating.
Camp Creek Parkway
Camp Creek Parkway is a neighborhood on the southeast side of town filled with forests and peaceful residential areas. The Brannon Memorial Park resides here and is a sweet spot for dog walkers looking for a good place to go. The park is surrounded by thick forests for privacy and provides ample room to run around and play for Fido, with access to paved trails, water fountains, and clean-up stations. The Charles Phillips Park is right down the road, and offers a small but more developed park, with a paved trail system and enclosed tennis courts that are opened to leashed pups. Dogs are welcome on the tennis courts or to enjoy a short stroll along the trails.
Jolly Rd/ Old National Hwy
The Jolly Road and Old National Highway neighborhood at the southern peak of the town is a mixture of natural terrain and busy streets. Dog walkers can enjoy the amenities of Burdette Park, which include a playground, covered pavilion, open play areas, forested nature trails, ample parking, and a dog-friendly atmosphere for leashed pups. The large space is excellent for a walk or place to run and exercise, with additional features like water fountains and a clean-up station. The Old National Park is a great open space area in the neighborhood, which provides lighted recreational fields and a couple acres of open land for humans and dogs. Paved paths connect the parking lot and fields with concessions stands, water fountains, a picnic shelter, and benches.
Conley HillsConley Hills is a neighborhood in the small town of East Point, just a mile north of College Park. This hilly neighborhood has a popular spot for residents and visitors called Sumner Park. The all-around-good park has something for everyone, including open space for kids and dogs to play in, paved walking ways, recreational ballfields, shady seating, and fishing opportunities in the South Utoy Creek. Dogs can play in the enclosed baseball fields as long as no teams are playing, or take an enjoyable walk along the trails while they remain on a leash. Additional features for pups include water fountains, trash bins, and benches for humans.
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