Dog walking in Perry

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Stevie RPerry, GA

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Hi , my name is Stevie. My whole life I have grown up around dogs, I have volunteered at the humane society, and I will treat your dog like it’s my own

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Lauren MPerry, GA

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I have always had a massive love for dogs, and ensure that they are adequately taken care of! While I am with your dog(s) they will be my main priority, and I will make sure that they get the walk/care that they deserve! I have taken care of dogs of all ages, breeds, and sizes, so nothing really surprises me, I am well versed in just about everything. Thanks for considering me to take care of your fur babies!

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Dog Walking in Perry

Perry, GA a small town with a lot of Southern charm, is home to the Georgia National Fair. It’s a great place to visit for a quiet getaway or to rest on your way up or down I-75.  While there are 17 hotels in town, there aren’t very many restaurants that are pet-friendly; however, you may find yourself dining on the patio. In the event of any emergencies, there is also a local vet. If you are spending some time in the area and need a few more options, a short drive to the nearby town of Warner Robins brings a larger selection of options that welcome you and your furry friend!

One attraction that happens every year in Perry is the Dogwood Festival. Held in April, it features arts and crafts, lots of vendors, and the Ultimate Air Dog show! If you are looking for a place to take a quiet walk together, Rozar Park is also located in Perry and welcomes you and your dog; just don’t forget the leash here. If you are looking for an off-leash park, you’ll find options in both Macon and Warner Robins.

All in all, Perry is a small, quiet town. It offers a few options to ensure that Fido isn’t left out, but for more dog-friendly fun, you will need to look to the surrounding areas.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Perry

Robins Air Force Base

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,073 per sq. mi.

Robins Air Force Base

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Located just 14 miles outside of Perry, Warner Robins has a decent selection of places both to stay and dine with your pup, with 11 lodging options and 12 restaurants that at least offer patio dining with your pet. Here, you will also find the Robins AFB Dog Park, where you and your friend can run and play. The park is separated by large and small breed sections; however, please be advised that the park does have breed restrictions that do not allow the following breeds: Pit-bulls (including American Staffordshire Bull Terriers and English Staffordshire Bull Terriers), Doberman Pinschers, Rottweilers, Chows, and wolf hybrids.

Central Macon

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Population Density
1,742 per sq. mi.

Central Macon

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Are you looking for a nice park to play with your four-legged friend? The Ocmulgee Heritage Trail in Macon, GA has 2 sections for taking your dog; the Central City Park and the Amerson Park. Downtown Macon is home to many pet-friendly locations, including restaurants, stores, hotels, and even several events! The downtown visitor center will even provide your dog with water and treats while you take a look at Macon's historical timeline. If you are feeling hungry, be sure to check out the Rookery, a beloved local favorite where both you and your dog can get a tasty burger!

North Hawkinsville

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Population Density
784 per sq. mi.

North Hawkinsville

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Located in Hawkinsville, GA, ruffly 21 miles outside of Perry, is the Ocmulgee Wildlife Management Area (WMA). The reserve covers over 15,000 acres and offers several nature trails and scenic views. The WMA also has a lake with canoe access as well as geocaching opportunities. If you and your furry friend are hunting partners and want to work on some bird-dog training, the Ocmulgee WMA has designated areas set up just for this purpose! You will need to bring your hunting license, and other restrictions do apply. Additionally, all dogs must be kept on a leash while enjoying the reserve outside of the designated training areas.

Lake Blackshear

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Population Density
1,087 per sq. mi.

Lake Blackshear

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Cordele is home to the Georgia Veterans State Park. Not only is this a great place to walk your dog, but the state park also has a resort and camping locations on-site that are pet-friendly. Additionally, if you choose to stay at the Lake Blackshear Resort and Golf Club, your first dog is free! Campsites at the state park have accommodations for tents, trailers, and RVs complete with picnic areas and shelters. Dogs must be kept on a 6-foot or shorter leash and are not permitted in historic sites, lodges, group camps, or swimming areas. The Veterans State Park also has a courtesy boat dock as well as over 3 miles of nature trails for you and your pup to enjoy. If you are looking for a place to grab a bite to eat, Smoakies Bar-b-que in Cordele has outdoor tables to accommodate you and your pet.

Historic Downtown Perry

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Population Density
584 per sq. mi.

Historic Downtown Perry

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Taking a stroll through the historic downtown area of Perry is a wonderful idea while you and Fido are in town. The scenery is beautiful and there are plenty of historical buildings, local boutiques, and restaurants. One in particular is Rusty’s Downtown Grill and Bar. This is a pawpular local place with outside seating where you and your dog can enjoy some lunch while out on the town! If you are interested in seeing all of the historic locations, be sure to check out the self-guided walking tour. You can pick up a brochure about this at the welcome center!