Dog walking in Haralson

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Kristina BHaralson, GA 30276

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I am a professional dancer/singer/actor, so I move around to follow my work. Traveling so much means that I am unable to get a pet of my own. I grew up with cats and dogs, so I miss having them in my life! I am very excited to pour some love into your animal. I have experience walking dogs with high anxiety and aggression. I am strict and commanding during walks and also quite generous with treats. Can’t wait to meet your pup!

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High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Dianne WHaralson, GA 30276

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I love dogs and have always had a dog as a pet. The best part of my day is taking my own dog for a walk and enjoying the outdoors with him. We also love going to dog parks and hanging out with other dogs and meeting their owners. It's great coming home and having my dog there to greet me when I walk in because I'm just as happy to see him. My hope is to do the same for your dogs as they are our family and deserve to be showered with lots of love.

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Victoria WHaralson, GA 30276

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Hello, I'm Victoria! Let me start by saying that I, of course, love dogs! I've been volunteering with a canine rescue group for 8 years. I go to adoption events every weekend and help with walking, cleaning messes, and helping all the dogs find their forever homes. I work in a dog grooming salon as well. My life pretty much revolves around animals. I have a special place in my heart for special needs/shy or timid dogs. Working in rescue we get a lot of those. If you have a high maintenance baby I will certainly understand and be very patient. I also have plenty of experience with the more hyper dogs. I'm used to dogs pulling and tugging relentlessly on the leash, especially when a squirrel is in sight! Hopefully I can get to know your unique furry family member and tend to their (and your) specific needs. Thank you for reading!

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Shanna SHaralson, GA 30276

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“I’m not superstitious, but I am a little stitious.”

I love animals! A few years ago, I ran my own at home dog boarding and sitting business. I have also fostered several dogs, and I have my own two little Yorkies!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Dog Walking in Haralson

Haralson, Georgia might look like a tiny hamlet, but a steady stream of tourists drive into town almost every day. Thanks to Georgia’s popularity as a filming location for movies and television, Haralson has a fame much bigger than its petite size.

Haralson was a filming location for the film Lawless along with the TV zombie saga The Walking Dead, and now hosts fan tours. While you and your fur family can explore on your own, be sure hold on to that leash: some tours are interactive, so you might run into a zombie or two. We’re not sure if your dog still watches the show, but true fans can easily make a day out of Walking Dead sightseeing. Nearby Senoia served as the set for Woodbury in season three, and the Zombie Capital itself — Atlanta — is less than 40 miles north.

On the cusp of the outer suburbs, Haralson has access to the creature comforts of the big city and the peace of central Georgia countryside. Atlanta has been ranked the 9th best city for dogs and dog lovers in a poll of real estate professionals, so that means an endless variety of specialty food stores and bustling sidewalks for you and Rover to check out, even if you only have a couple of hours to spare. At the center of it all is Piedmont Park: the Piedmont Dog Park and miles and miles of landscaped walking trails await. Or, get out of town: several state parks and the enormous Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge are within an hour's drive. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Haralson

Peachtree City Center

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,400 per sq. mi.

Peachtree City Center

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Downtown Peachtree City is just over 15 miles from Haralson, but easily worth the trip. The city is laced with 90 miles of multi-use paved paths, a benefit of PTC’s golf-cart culture. Since you can travel safely by foot throughout the city, it would be easy to stage a pup-crawl among the 22 dog-friendly restaurants. Plan to land at Crosstown Grille and Alehouse. Earn the indulgence at Peachtree City Dog Park with some off-leash playtime. If you prefer a more natural setting, the Lake McIntosh Reservoir and 14-acre Lake McIntosh Park lie just outside of town, as well as the Line Creek Nature Area with 2 miles of pristine walking trails.

Warm Springs

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Population Density
350 per sq. mi.

Warm Springs

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Love history? Love dogs? Meet Fala, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s loyal Scottish Terrier and beloved companion during World War II. Just 27 miles from Haralson, Warm Springs National Historic Site celebrates that special relationship once a year on Fala Day, and it welcomes dogs in outdoor areas throughout the site all year. The National Historic Site preserves FDR's second home, the place where he sought relief from his polio symptoms but ultimately died. Also a memorial to our 32nd president, F.D. Roosevelt State Park preserves over 9,000 acres of wooded wilderness. It’s the largest in the Georgia State Park system, with more than 40 miles of trails to explore with leashed dogs.

Sweetwater Creek State Park

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Population Density
1,139 per sq. mi.

Sweetwater Creek State Park

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Everybody needs a fitness goal, and your furry friend is no exception. Maybe you can’t get him a membership in your gym, but you can certainly sign him up for the Georgia State Parks’ Tails on Trails Club. If your dog (with you and a leash) hikes seven of the Park System’s most scenic trails, he earns a commemorative Tails on Trails bandana. You earn a shirt. Get started at Sweetwater Creek State Park, 40 miles from Haralson in Lithia Springs. Your pups are welcome throughout the 2,500-acre park, and the lake is a popular fishing spot on weekends. To earn his bandana, though, he’ll want to head for the Red Trail (2 miles) or the more challenging White Trail (5 miles). Both trails wind through woods and meadow and to the ruins of a historic mill.

Downtown Decatur

12
Dog Parks
3 parks

Population Density
4,600 per sq. mi.

Downtown Decatur

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Problem: You want a day in the city, but your pup prefers a calm environment. Solution: Downtown Decatur, 46 miles from Haralson, just outside Atlanta's city center. This hip, vibrant community near Emory University and the CDC is full of dog-loving intellectuals and funky local culture. Dine out at any of Decatur’s 39 restaurants offering pup-friendly patio seating. We recommend the Communion Beirgarten: the vast outdoor dining (and drinking) area puts your pups in the middle of the party. Nearby Taj-Mahound Bakery for Dogs sells gourmet treats made just for your favorite furry people in the whole wide world. Decatur has three dog parks for off-leash antics, so no need to worry about the calories. 

Griffin City Center

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Population Density
1,607 per sq. mi.

Griffin City Center

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The Town of Griffin is 20 miles east of Haralson and a lovely spot for a lunch on a patio. There are 9 dog-friendly restaurants in town; the best people/pooch-watching is at Bank Street Cafe where the sidewalk tables look out at the heart of downtown. Griffin City Park offers a walking trail and potential Frisbee lawns. For some serious frolicking, though, drive a bit north of Griffin and check out Hampton’s North Mt. Carmel Bark Park, a leafy paradise with two well-kept off-leash play areas and even a dog-friendly nature trail.