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Why book a dog walker in Ames?

Ames, IA has plenty of "pawesome" places for your pup to explore, and booking a walk through Wag! is the easiest way to let them get out to sniff, scratch, and spot squirrels. Local dog walkers all over the Ames, IA are vetted by Wag! and ready to pick up your pooch for a stroll around the neighborhood. Many Ames, IA parks are dog-friendly and have plenty of space for your pup to get their steps in. Whether you're stuck at work or out on your own adventure, book a trusted dog walker to keep your pup happy and healthy.

The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Ames

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South

The South neighborhood is a family and dog-friendly area.  There are plenty of parks and places to stay here. Ames Dog Park is a 10-acre, off-leash dog park with 2 acres devoted to small dogs, and 8 to larger ones. The dog park is fully enclosed with a flat grassy place for dogs to run, sniff, and socialize. A drinking fountain, waste receptacles and cleanup bags are provided. Kiddie pools give pups a chance to splash and cool down on a hot summer’s day. Visitors can purchase a daily or annual pass to visit. Microtel Inn welcomes up to 3 dogs of any size for an additional fee of $10 per dog per night.  

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Gilbert

Gilbert is 8 miles north of Ames. Gilbert is a small town, but cares big about its dogs. Open Flame and Steak Lounge on 225 Main Street serves lunch and dinner to furry friends on the outdoor patio. A canine and companion can savor steak, chicken, or seafood. After a big meal, burn some of those extra calories at the Ada Hayden Heritage Park. This park has a large lake with boat ramp and fishing!  Dogs on leashes can exercise on the walking paths, and spend some time with their family eating at one of the shelters or picnic sites. Trails in the park range from one to three miles in length.  

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East

If you and your furry friend need a place to stay during your time in Ames, head for the eastern part of town. There are numerous hotels here that are dog-friendly.  Baymont Inn on 1605 S. Dayton allows up to two dogs of any size to stay for an additional fee of $15 per dog per night.  Econo Lodge at 2600 SE 16th Street has dog friendly rooms for an additional $15 per dog per night.  Two dogs of any size can travel to Ames and spend the night. Up to two dogs of any size can spend the night in the dog friendly and elegant TownePlace Hotel located at 1523 S. Dayton Ave. The fee is an additional $35 per dog per night.  

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West

The West neighborhood spreads out into park lands. The Daley Park and Greenbelt at 340 Wilder has green areas for on-leash walking.  There is a paved bike path, walking trails, and picnic shelters for dogs and their people to get some quality R&R. Christopher Gartner Park on Abraham Drive is a small park just right for a short morning stroll on leash. This park is not usually very busy, so a dog and person can get a little bit of solitude to start off or finish a day. The Dick Cissel Recreation Area has 38 acres of space for dogs to walk on leash. This park includes a fishing lake and plenty of space to hang out with your pup.

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Historic Old Town

This downtown neighborhood has many shops and services for your dog. Serenity Pet Spa at 110 Kellogg Avenue offers grooming, doggie daycare and boarding.  The spa caters to small dogs, and includes baths, nail clipping, and specialized grooming. Treats on a Leash, located at 216 Main Street, has treats, toys, and an assortment of fun things for you and your pup. Dogs are welcome to come in and help their human shop.  Treats on a Leash also hosts parties for your fur baby! Treats on a Leash can help with fundraisers, and contributes to the local animal shelter.  Delivery is available to dogs in the neighborhood.

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