Dog walking in Snellville

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Alison DSnellville, GA

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Hello! I am a life-long-dog-lover with over 20 years of combined dog owning experience. My current dog is an 11 year old border collie rescue who I adopted as a 9 month old puppy. I have volunteered at Furkids as well as Cherokee County Humane Society and am a passionate advocate of dog welfare. I have a degree in Biology and am an avid runner. I have been hiking and running with my dog for years and am looking forward to the opportunity to walk yours. : )

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Amy RSnellville, GA

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Hi there! My name is Amy and I've been a professional dog walker for 20 years! I have also been an animal control officer and operated the only animal ambulance in the entire state of Georgia! I have handled dogs for professional training videos and have also been helping the homeless pet population in Atlanta through my community outreach efforts.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Training experience, Fast walker

Ashley BSnellville, GA

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“A walk a day keeps the vet away :)”

Hi! I have over 10 years of experience taking care of dogs. I currently own two cats and an 8 yr. old Siberian Husky. I can walk multiple dogs at once & pulling is not an issue. I also have experience with handicapped dogs and had a husky with a wheelchair so special requests are certainly understandable. I love getting to pet sit and board any chance I can. 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, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Karen CSnellville, GA

4.98

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I'm Karen and I have had dogs as pets throughout my life. One of my favorite activities is dog walking, both my own dog and the dogs of my friends. There is something very satisfying to see a dog's tail wagging with enjoyment as they get ready for their walk and then continue wagging their tail as they complete their walk!

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Clint CSnellville, GA

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Throughout my life I have owned five dogs including a Black Lab, Besinji, and three Jack Russell Terriers. I received my Bachelors degree in Accounting from Valdosta State University where I played four years of college baseball. Exercising and being around dogs are two things I am extremely passionate about. Past experiences with dogs include volunteering at the Humane Society of Valdosta and dog sitting in the summer.

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Karen SSnellville, GA

4.97

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I have been around dogs all my life. I worked as a professional pet groomer when my husband was in the Air Force. I have rescued and found homes for 5 dogs over the years. I started my own pet sitting business when I lived in Birmingham. I now live in Sugar Hill with my Labradoodle Maya and my Schnoodle Sophia. I love dogs and cannot wait to meet yours.

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Meghan ZSnellville, GA

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“A walked dog is a happy dog”

I have been around dogs my entire life. When I was a kid my dad and I worked with Heart of Texas Lab rescue. Once I got a bit older I started to care and walk my neighbors dogs. At home I have my wonderful fur baby and I couldn’t love her more!

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Michelle HSnellville, GA

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I have had the pleasure of having many dogs throughout my life and I've loved each and every one of them. I enjoyed being a vet tech for several years and I pet sit fequantly. I believe dogs are part of the family and I treat them with the attention and care they deserve.

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Kendra ASnellville, GA

4.91

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Hello! I am so excited to start helping you care for your pet! I have grown up with dogs my whole life and I always love to be around them. Nature, me and dogs are the perfect match! I have worked on a farm for 5 years so along with dogs I know about plenty of different animals! I look forward to meeting your pup.

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Bernice BSnellville, GA

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I have always loved animals as a child and would often bring stray dogs home and care for them; as I was an outcast kid/teen with little to no friends. Ever since I can remember I have always had some type of animal. From dogs, birds, crawfish, hamsters, rabbits, geico, and a few turtles.I even worked at the local zoo at the camel ride, placing kids on the saddle and would often pet the camels head. My recent experience with 2 displaced cats (Bob) a Tabby and (Cali) a Calico is what changed my entire life and connection with animals.About 2 Years ago, I were continuously bleeding and had gotten to a point where I’d unknowingly loss 2/3 of my blood. A few nights in a row Bob would be caught curled up in a fetal position on my abdominal purring so hard he were vibrating. After the second time of Bob displaying this behavior, I decided to go to the hospital and was taken into emergency surgery and blood transfusion.I remembered that cats (Spinx) were considered healing creatures back in the Egyptian days and I just felt like Bob was trying to heal/help me.Fast forward, the doctors told me had I not come when I did, there’d be nothing they could’ve done for me.My respect and appreciation for animals and their innate instincts and abilities is forever at an all time high! I currently own a Beta fish but living in the Buckhead area provides me the opportunity in meeting dogs on a daily basis.

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Dog Walking in Snellville

The eastern Atlanta suburb of Snellville retains some of its small-town charm in spite of its busy business district and subdivisions of big city commuters who chose Snellville for its location just 20 miles from the state capitol. A comfy canine community, Snellville has nine veterinary practices and two major chain pet supply stores, plus eight restaurants with dog-friendly patios.

It’s easy to plan a Doggie Day Out from Snellville. Sophisticated dogs might want a day of pampering in the city: the Piedmont Dog Park is a perfect starting point for an urban adventure. You can explore the Olmstead-designed landscape of Piedmont Park, enjoy the Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail that follows a converted rail line south through the city, or even take your pup for a dog-friendly walking tour with the Atlanta Historical Society. There’s also plenty of chic dog-friendly patio dining in this part of Midtown.

With plenty of parks and green space near Snellville, though, you don’t need to go far to find some fun. Briscoe Park is centrally located and has scenic walking trails around the pond that are an easy way to enjoy a sunny day. The ducks and geese — permanent residents thanks to the duck-food dispensers available — give your fur family some extra entertainment to bark at.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Snellville

Lenora Church Rd/Lee Rd SW

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Population Density
1,745 per sq. mi.

Lenora Church Rd/Lee Rd SW

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Snellville’s Lenora Park will make any dog feel right at home. This massive 178-acre complex includes plenty of fun for both your human and fur families: the 18-hole disc golf course might please both. There’s a 1.5-mile paved trail that is easy on paws and perfect for jogging off some stress. If your pups have more energy to burn than you do, though, head for the fenced, off-leash dog run and let your babies make some new friends while you relax in the shade. Since the park is open until 11 pm and brightly lit, you can even squeeze in a walk after those very, very long days at work.

Stone Mountain

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Population Density
3,500 per sq. mi.

Stone Mountain

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In the adjacent town of Stone Mountain, Stone Mountain Park is an Atlanta icon that welcomes on-leash dogs in much of its 3,200 acres and its beautiful nature and history trails. Download a trail map from their website ahead of time, and consider investing in an annual parking pass (which costs less than three daily passes): you’ll want more than one day to scope out hikes ranging from the one-mile loop Kings Trail to the five-mile Cherokee Trail. With its Confederate and Civil War themes, Stone Mountain might delight some history buffs more than others. Not all areas are open to dogs — the Lasershow Lawn, moving attractions, and walk-up trail are all off-limits — but dogs are allowed on rented watercraft as long as they bring their own life jackets. 

Yellow River

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Population Density
3,500 per sq. mi.

Yellow River

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Just over the city limits in Stone Mountain, the Yellow River Park has almost 566 acres of woods and riverside trails to explore with your on-leash fur family. The one mile paved trail is perfect for the short-legged or tender-pawed members of your pack. For a bigger challenge, though, the 12 mile unpaved hiking trail network takes you deep into nature. The area’s avid hikers advise that the trail network can be a little confusing at first, so they recommend newcomers stay on the riverside trail rather than attempt a loop through the woods. The trails are also used by equestrians, so safeguard your own shoes and let your pups enjoy all the interesting smells. 

Southwest Lawrenceville

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,131 per sq. mi.

Southwest Lawrenceville

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Ronald Reagan Park is technically in Lawrenceville but only 5 miles from the center of Snellville. At 25 acres, the park is busy and neighborly but has plenty of space to explore. We think your pack will want to head straight for the off-leash dog run! There are separate fenced areas for small and large dogs; water is available on-site, but bring a dish and some waste bags. For some on-leash exercise, there’s also a .75 mile walking trail. With a skate park, horseshoes, bocce ball, and shuffleboard facilities, too, maybe your pups will find a hidden athletic talent — or at least enjoy watching you goof off. 

Southeast Lawrenceville

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Population Density
895 per sq. mi.

Southeast Lawrenceville

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Tribble Mill Park is in the southeastern corner of Lawrenceville, just a few miles outside of Snellville. The short trip is worth it for this 713-acre nature preserve with historic mill ruins. With a 3.5-mile paved mixed-use trail that circles Ozora Lake, Tribble Mill is a peaceful place to relax and enjoy the scenery. More adventurous packs might want to explore the unpaved equestrian and hiking trails that branch off into the surrounding woods and down to Chandler Lake; you can download a trail map from the park’s website. Need more nature? The leafy Harbins Park is just a few miles to the east in Dacula and offers an additional 4.5-mile paved trail and an extensive network of unpaved hiking and equestrian trails.