Dog walking in Cumming

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“I love the dogs I care for like they are my own”

Hi, I'm Jill! I lived in California for the last 5 years but recently moved back home to a Georgia.I absolutely adore dogs and have had dogs since I was 1 year old, ranging from Chihuahuas all the way up to Rottweilers. I currently work full time as a Veterinary Technician and I've also worked in dog nutrition.My current furkids are Betty (an adorable, 10 year old Chihuahua/Dachshund mix) and Buster (a spunky, 8 year old Corgi/Dachshund mix). I can't wait to meet yours!

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“A walk a day keeps the vet away :)”

Hi! I have over 15 years of experience taking care of animals. I currently own three cats, a 10yr old Siberian Husky and 16yr old Cocker Spaniel. I can walk multiple dogs at once & pulling is not an issue. I have experience with handicapped dogs and had a husky with a wheelchair so special requests are certainly understandable. I love pet sitting and boarding. I’ll take care of your baby just as my own with lots of TLC <3. Whatever you need I’m your girl! Can’t wait to meet you and your pup(s)!

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

Dog Walking in Cumming

Cumming, Georgia may be small, but it is the only city in Forsyth County that is inhabited. The town was named after Colonel William Cumming. There are almost 1,300 dogs living in Cumming, so they have plenty of dog-friendly things to do. The Bowman’s Island Trail is a popular hiking spot for dog-lovers, with 4 ½ miles of looping trail that follows the Chattahoochee River on the wooded riverbank. You can view the island from the trail going into the thick Georgia forest where you may see deer, raccoons, hawks, herons, osprey, beaver, and muskrat. You can also see the Buford Trout Hatchery and a covered bridge from the 1900s.

Another great place to take Fido is Fowler Park, which has 85-acres with ball fields, tennis, basketball, walking trails, playgrounds, and a dog park. The Big Creek Greenway starts here, and you can take your furbaby on the seven-mile hike, but watch out for black bears that have been sighted in the area.

Caney Creek Preserve is another dog-lovers’ park with trails, pavilions, a playground with an archeological dig and water play. The trail takes you alongside the creek with informational signs about the wildlife, creek, forest, and the ecology. The 63-acre park has so much to do you will need to come back often. Enjoy your stay in Cumming, Georgia.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cumming

Downtown

48
Population Density
1,050 per sq. mi.

Downtown

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Although there are no dog parks in downtown Cumming, the neighborhood is home to a multitude of restaurants and shops. Because the shops and restaurants are concentrated in downtown, it makes it an ideal place to spend some time walking around. Grab a leash and head downtown to take a walk with your furry friend. Stop by a coffee shop, run some errands and check out the famous clock tower. Hungry? Head to Wildflower Eatery or Sal’s Place. Both restaurants allow dogs to dine at the outdoor tables. Just make sure you take your own doggie poop bags and water because the city has scarce amenities for dogs and dog walkers.

West Cumming

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,050 per sq. mi.

West Cumming

36

Cumming is full of an abundance of greenery, trees and beautiful nature. However, even though you can find places to go with your dog, they are often secluded and do not help with doggie socialization. When you decide your puppy needs to make some new furry friends, head to West Cumming, where you will find Fowler Park. This park is a gigantic doggie heaven on earth. It is not only huge but also has an abundance of shade. While your dog runs around and makes new friends, you can take a break from the scorching Georgia sun under beautiful, hundred-year-old trees.

North Cumming

24
Population Density
1,050 per sq. mi.

North Cumming

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Sometimes you need to get away from everyone and everything else to spend a few hours alone with your dog. To get some quality time, head to North Cumming, home to Sawnee Mountain Preserve. This nature preserve is a gorgeous stretch of land that varies in terrain and vegetation. It has everything from flat grassland to forest thickets. It also has miles of trails that you can run, walk or bike on with your dog. This is the perfect location to spend a day exercising. However, since this is not a dog park, you will have to take your own doggie poop bags, water and leash!

South Cumming

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
980 per sq. mi.

South Cumming

12

If ever in the neighborhood of South Cumming, Georgia you need to check out Windermere Dog Park. This park is definitely a hidden gem in the area. It is not only large enough for many dogs but it is also extremely beautiful. Furthermore, the park has many amenities such as water stations, doggie poop bags and trash cans. The park can get pretty busy in the evenings, making it a great place for doggie socialization. Grab a good book, pack yourself a lunch and leave the leash at home. You are guaranteed to have a pawsome time at the park!

Duluth

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,970 per sq. mi.

Duluth

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Sometimes you need to get out of your neck of the woods and go somewhere new. If you feel like it's time to venture out of Cumming, make your way to Duluth, Georgia. The city is home to one dog park, the Chattapoochee Dog Park -- but its amenities make up for the small size of three acres. Furthermore, the park is split up into zones depending on dog size, making it a healthy and safe space for doggie socialization. Trust us, the Chattapoochee Dog Park will give you nothing short of a pawsome day! And the best part? You can finally leave the leash at home.

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