Dog walking in 1 Jarrett White Rd

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“Your pup(s) will have fun on their walks with me!”

Aloha! My name is Norma! I’ve owned large breed dogs all my life; Akitas, Doberman Pinschers, Pit/terrier mixes, Aussies. More recently, our pups were two small Jack Russell terriers. Our current ‘kids’ are a Ridgeback hound mix and a small poi pup. I’m hoping to meet and walk more pups that need exercise and mental stimulation!

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

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Hi! I'm Jen. I'm not a dog owner, but I have spent a great deal of time taking care of family and friends' dogs and cats. I love being around dogs and enjoy pampering them like going out for walks, playing in the park, giving them baths, brushing their hair and even their teeth. I'm also a pretty active person, as I exercise at least 3 times a week doing tai chi or walking. I hope to earn your trust and confidence in taking care of your fur-baby! Mahalo.

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Dog Walking in 1 Jarrett White Rd

Tripler Army Medical Center is the largest military hospital in the Pacific Basin, and it also has military housing. This army medical center is located in Honolulu, making it easy to take advantage of all of the city’s pawesome dog-friendly activities. This beautiful city has numerous off-leash parks, dog-friendly beaches, and tons of dog-friendly restaurants. If your dog needs to see a veterinarian, Honolulu is home to over 20 clinics.

Looking for a good dog-friendly hike? Check out Ka Iwai State Scenic Shoreline. This trail is 20 miles from Tripler Army Medical Center, and it welcomes dogs on-leash. The two-mile trail goes along the beach, providing stunning views of the craggy shoreline and the bright blue ocean. Bring some water for yourself and your dog, and have fun hiking here.

If you want to hit the beach with your dog, check out Kuhio Beach Park. This beach park is about eightmiles from Tripler Army Medical Center, and it allows dogs on-leash. Here, you and your pup can relax in the sand and soak up the sun. Or, you can go for a long, leisurely walk on the beach. Whichever way you choose, you’re sure to have a fun day here with your dog.

Tripler Army Medical Center is located close to many of Honolulu’s woof-derful dog-friendly attractions. It’s easy to find great things to do here with your pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in 1 Jarrett White Rd

Moanalua

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
772 per sq. mi.

Moanalua

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Tripler Army Medical Center is located in Honolulu’s Moanalua neighborhood, and this neighborhood is also home to the off-leash Moanalua Dog Park. This park has one large, fenced-in area where dogs can run around and make new friends. The park is covered in grass, and there are plenty of trees that keep the area shady and cool. There are also picnic tables for owners to sit at while their dogs play, and there’s a doggy water fountain available. Your dog will have a furrific time playing in this beautiful off-leash area.

McCully Moiliili

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
38,565 per sq. mi.

McCully Moiliili

36

McCully Moiliili is home to the fun Ala Wai Dog Park. This dog park is about nine miles from Tripler Army Medical Center, and it has separate sections for large and small dogs. Water is available for dogs in this park, and there’s also a plastic pool they can splash around in. Your pup will always have a pawesome time in this park. If you want to cool down after the dog park, head over to nearby Snow Factory. This eatery offers snow ice, a combination of shaved ice and ice cream. They have both classic and unique flavors available, and they have outdoor tables where you can enjoy your treat with your pup. 

Waialae Kahala

24
Population Density
3,229 per sq. mi.

Waialae Kahala

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Want to bring your dog with you to the beach? Check out Waialae Beach Park, where dogs are welcome on-leash. This beautiful park is 15 miles from Tripler Army Medical Center, and it has a pristine, white-sand beach that’s surrounded by palm trees. There’s also a grassy area with picnic tables where you can relax and enjoy the views of the ocean. If you’d like to go out to eat with your dog after the beach, check out The Counter. This casual restaurant has four dog-friendly outdoor tables, and they serve Angus burgers, homemade veggie burgers, bison burgers, and more. If your dog was a good boy at the park, order them their own plain patty!

Hawaii Kai

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
9,197 per sq. mi.

Hawaii Kai

12

Hawaii Kai is home to popular off-leash area Hawaii Kai Dog Park. Located about 15 miles from Tripler Army Medical Center, this dog park has separate small and large dog areas, doggy bags, and doggy drinking fountains. It also has picnic tables for owners to sit at while their dog plays. Bring a couple tennis balls or your dog’s favorite toy, and have a great time playing here. If you want to grab something to eat after the dog park, check out Roy’s Hawaii Kai. This restaurant serves delicious dishes made with freshly-caught local seafood. Dogs are welcome to join you at Roy's outdoor seating, which overlooks the Pacific Ocean. 

Ukuwai Street

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,196 per sq. mi.

Ukuwai Street

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For another great off-leash area, head over to Mililani Dog Park, which is 15 miles from Tripler Army Medical Center. Here, your dog can play in one large, grassy, and fenced-in field. There are trees that keep the park cool, and there are also benches for owners to relax on while their dog plays. If your dog gets thirsty, water is available here. If you want to go on a longer walk with your dog after the dog park, head over to nearby Mililani Ravine Park. Dogs are allowed on-leash in this park, which has a quiet, paved trail that goes through lovely wooded areas.

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