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Top Dog Walking Experiences in Smyrna, GA

Gregory
Gregory
Reviewed by Bradley C. on 09/28/2017

"Gregory was awesome with Keva! Sometimes it can take her a while to warm up to men. Ran with her a little bit (asked me if he could run with her first) and she came back happy and tired. He was considerate of her and wanted to make sure she enjoyed herself and got to sniff cool stuff! She's going to sleep well tonight!"

1.77 mi
35m
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Gregory
Gregory
Reviewed by Alexis R. on 09/27/2017

"Greg was awesome! He met Bleu prior to her walk as well. Left great notes and sent a video and a picture. I will be using him again for sure! "

1.67 mi
30m
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Gregory
Gregory
Reviewed by Kristin K. on 09/20/2017

"Thank you!!! You are so right about Lexi, and I appreciate your getting to know her"

1.23 mi
38m
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Gregory
Gregory
Reviewed by Nicole H. on 09/20/2017

"No worries about being late. As long as he gets a walk sometime in late afternoon early evening when I'm going to be late coming home from work then he'll be fine. "

1.16 mi
30m
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Gregory
Gregory
Reviewed by Holly E. on 09/19/2017

"Thanks Greg! Love the picture you attached haha we will definitely prioritize you for future walks ! Domi looks so happy. "

1.52 mi
32m
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Gregory
Gregory
Reviewed by Thomas K. on 09/18/2017

"Gregory is awesome! I can tell he is very caring with the dogs! He comes highly recommended from me!!'"

1.29 mi
31m
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Jerry
Jerry
Reviewed by Devin L. on 07/09/2017

"Thanks so much for taking such great care of our girl! We appreciate you so much!"

2.25 mi
61m
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Dog Areas in Smyrna, GA

3 Parks
1 Trail
3 Eateries
17 Groomers

The city of Smyrna, Georgia, which sits in the inner ring of Atlanta, is located in the northwest corner of the state and is an idyllic suburban piece of heaven. There are a lot of reasons why Smyrna is getting a lot of attention the last few decades. The Jonquil City is a short commute away from Atlanta, has plenty of amenities and access to many parks.

Smyrna, Georgia, is a very attractive place for households with dogs, which there are many of in the state, as there are ample opportunities to walk the dogs. An example is Burger Park, the first off-leash dog park in town. The dog park is large in size and offers two separate fenced play areas: one for small dogs and one for large dogs. Water fountains and trash bags are also available.

The Tolleson Park, a magnificent recreational area, also offers off-leash opportunities for dogs in the shape of a dog run. The dog park is divided into two areas, so small dogs do not have to play with the larger dogs. The Tolleson Park also offers some high-quality hiking trails.

Lake Court Dog Park is a good option for owners of middle-sized or large dogs. The play area is not divided which means that there is a lot of ground for dogs to run around and play. The park has water fountains, bag stations, and benches for the owners.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Smyrna, GA

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,468/sq mi

    #1 Northwest Smyrna

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    This neighborhood is home to a dog park that’s sure to make you hungry -- Burger Park! This pawesome place is Smyrna’s very first off-leash dog park, and it’s quite pawpular with the locals. Here, you’ll find all the amenities you’d expect from a great dog park: doggie drinking fountains, separate areas for large and small dogs, secure fencing, and seating for the humans. Locals advise that there is no on-site parking, so you’ll need to park at Belmont Hills Elementary School, which is right beside the park. All you need to have the pawfect day out here is some doggie waste bags and Fido’s favorite toy!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,993/sq mi

    #2 Windy Hill Rd SE/Atlanta Rd SE

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    After working up an appetite at the nearby Burger Park, you’ll surely want to grab a bite with your furry friend. That’s why you should head to Creatwood Tavern, located at the intersection of Windy Hill Road SE and Atlanta Rd SE. This sports bar offers a vast menu filled with mouthwatering American classics, from cheese sticks to club sandwiches. You and your pal can enjoy a meal together at the lower outdoor seating area. Just be sure to bring a leash and a water bowl. And you won’t have to worry about Fido running off to play in traffic at the intersection; the patio area is fenced!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,896/sq mi

    #3 South Smyrna

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    When visiting Smyrna, make sure you and your pup stop in to St. Angelo’s Pizza. This is a family owned restaurant that’s dog-friendly! They have some of the best pizza around, and you and your pooch can enjoy it together on the outdoor patio. The outdoor seating area has a roof to shield you from the Georgia sun while you share a slice. There’s plenty of room outside, so no need to book a table; just be sure to bring a leash and a water bowl for your pal. The staff here loves pooches and will be delighted to fuss over your best fur-iend!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,993/sq mi

    #4 Central Smyrna

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    If you’re in the mood for a cup of joe or some light bites, head to Rev Coffee Roasters in the center of town. You can enjoy delicious drinks, breakfast, lunch, or dessert at this furrific cafe. This local institution takes their coffee craft seriously, and offers coffees with unique and flavorful undertones, like bubble gum, watermelon, lime, and strawberry! You and your best pal are welcome to spend some time chowing down and sipping a cup of java at the outdoor area. Want to get some to-go? Make sure to grab a bag of Rev Coffee Roasters’ very own house blend before you leave!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,993/sq mi

    #5 Creekside

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    Want to stretch your legs and challenge yourself on a hiking trail? Look no fur-ther than this Smyrna neighborhood! You’ll find the paved Silver Comet Trail here, which spans for 61.5 miles along the former route of the Silver Comet passenger train. This trail goes all the way down to Alabama, where it connects with the Chief Ladiga Trail. You’ll need to bring some water and doggie waste bags along with you if you want to tackle this trail. Your dog is welcome to explore with you as long as he’s on a leash. You’ll also find two pet-friendly hotels nearby: one is a guest house, and the other is the Sun Suites of Smyrna Vinings.
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