Dog walking in Hawaiian Acres

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Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.

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What is Wag!?

Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.

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Heather DHawaiian Acres, HI

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“The Pawfect Oppawtunity!”

Hello! My name is Heather! I am originally from Florida but moved to Denver for graduate school. I‘ve had tiny doggos to big ones! Being across the country has made me miss my fury friends. Now, I live in the Glendale area, which has lots of fun parks and trails. Also, my apartment is super dog friendly! There is a dog park that is pawfect to let your loved ones out to socialize and get exercise. There is also a lake with a quarter mile gravel path, inside the complex, that’s pawfect for walks.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Alya KHawaiian Acres, HI

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Hello! My name is Alya. I'm currently a student at the University of Southern California missing my two dogs from back home dearly! I got my first dog when I was in first grade and another when I was beginning seventh grade. They are both small (a Maltese and a Shih-Tzu), but I love dogs of all shapes, sizes and breeds! I am excited to be a Wag! Walker and I am so happy to be able to help you and your best furry friend. Thank you!

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Dog Walking in Hawaiian Acres

Hawaiian Acres is a neighborhood in Hawaii County, Hawaii. It is part of the District of Puna. This medium-sized neighborhood is a swell place to find a single-family home or apartment with your two- and four-legged family members. There are no animal hospitals right inside of Hawaiian Acres, but there are two of them in nearby neighborhoods just a few minutes away. You can rest easy knowing that help is just a short drive away if your pup should need some emergency care to keep his tail wagging!

When walking your dog around Hawaiian Acres, you will be initially stunned by the view of the trees and greenery that surrounds the town. You will find the view of the many forest reserves that surround Hawaiian Acres truly enchanting. The Puna Forest Reserve is the closest, just to the south of Hawaiian Acres. There are trails and walking paths there where humans and their leashed dogs are permitted to explore. Be mindful of posted signs, as some areas are restricted to protect the amazing wildlife that calls the forest home. 

If you are looking for a beautiful island town to call your next home, head to Hawaiian Acres on your search!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hawaiian Acres

Hawaiian Acres

48
Population Density
92 per sq. mi.

Hawaiian Acres

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In the center of Puna County, you will find the little gem known as Hawaiian Acres. The neighborhood is all residential with some shops spread throughout the town. The Waiakea Forest Reserve is a short drive to the north of Hawaiian Acres and is a lovely place for you to take your pup on a healthy weekend hike. You will want to grab your harness and some of your buddies and head up to the mountainside with plenty of water and waste bags for all of your companions. The one wagging his tail next to you gets the treats you stashed in your pocket, of course!

Fern Acres

36
Population Density
27 per sq. mi.

Fern Acres

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Fern Acres is a quiet and beautiful neighborhood located adjacent to Hawaiian Acres. There are oodles of single-family homes available along the residential streets here if you are looking for the pawfect home with a fenced yard for your whole family to play in (furry members included, of course). You can take your pup for a long walk along Waimaka O Pele Road and admire the Kopua Farmlots that are just across the street. These lots look like lush forests, but they are home to coffee beans and other wonderful aromatic crops that the rest of the world adores!

Mountain View

24
Population Density
27 per sq. mi.

Mountain View

24

Mountain View is a large but sparsely populated village to the north of Hawaiian Acres. You will find plenty of room for you and your dog to roam on an afternoon or a Saturday morning after a long week. Mountain View Park is a small, local green space that is simply pawfect for families with dogs. You will just need to keep your furry friend on-leash and clean up after him before you head to your next stop. The Olaa Forest Reserve is an expansive forest where you can bring a group of friends and their dogs on a morning hike. Just be sure to obey posted signs and clean up after yourselves and your pups.

Eden Roc

12
Population Density
69 per sq. mi.

Eden Roc

12

Eden Roc is a residential and farming area that has a mixture of dense forest and beautiful homes in small clearings. If you are looking for a home with a little bit of extra privacy, Eden Roc is a wonderful option for you to check out with your canine kiddo. Kaimu Beach Park is a 50-minute drive away from Eden Roc, making for the perfect day trip if you want to head to the beaches on a nice weekend. There is a local farmers' market there as well as a grassy green space called Kaimu Park for a full day of fun!

Fern Forest

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Population Density
75 per sq. mi.

Fern Forest

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Fern Forest is a pupperific neighborhood that rests in between Olaa Forest and Kahaualea Natural Area Reserve, which makes it simply pawfect for nature lovers who enjoy a forest view when they step onto their porch every morning. Hawaii Adventure Tours offer guided tours and hikes that are dog-friendly throughout the volcanic areas nearby. The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is less than an hour's drive away, and many of the guided tours explore this area. You will need a hiking harness, plenty of water, waste bags, snacks, and a good sturdy hiking pack with you for your adventures through the forest.