Dog walking in Dubuque

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“Me & The Dog”

Hi! I genuinely enjoy spending time with pets and I like giving them exercise and playtime. I have experience with dogs of all ages, sizes and personalities. I am kind, dependable and will do my best to make sure I meet your pets needs. I know how important pets are and I will treat them like they are my own. I look forward to meeting your pets and spending time with them!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Puppy care

Dog Walking in Dubuque

Dubuque is a charming city on the border of Iowa and adjacent to the Mississippi River. The city has gone through a transformation and is now considered a cultural and educational center. The many attractions in and around the city and the landscape of rivers and hills make Dubuque an attractive place to visit and to live.

The large number of amenities do not limit themselves to amenities for humans. The Allison - Henderson Park, for instance, is an off-leash dog park that caters to all dogs and their owners in Dubuque, Iowa. The park offers a local hub, a place for dogs to run around without the restrictions of being on a leash. Small dogs have their own separate area to socialize with friends of their particular size.

Other interesting places to visit as an avid dog fan are the Mississippi River Walk, a nice boardwalk that is open for dogs as well, the River Lights Bookstore, a marvelous bookstore smack dab in the heart of the classic, historic district that allows leashed dogs inside, and the Fenelon Place Elevator Co, a box car elevator railcar lift which offers a view of the tri-states and where small dogs can tag along for the ride.

There are a large amount of dog-friendly hotels in Dubuque, Iowa: Days Inn, Holiday Inn, Quality Inn, Best Western Plus, Mainstay Suites, The Holiday Inn Express Suites, Motel 6 and Super 8.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dubuque

Downtown Dubuque

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,507 per sq. mi.

Downtown Dubuque

48

The smell of books is unique. There is nothing else in the world that can transport you to another time and place like a book. Now, you can experience this with your dog! Come down to the River Lights Bookstore. You will find a book club to join, a reading to listen to, or so great people to talk to. If socializing isn’t your dog's idea of fun, the two of you could find a quiet corner and take in a new book. This is the perfect way to spend an afternoon indoors and be comfortable. Please keep your dog leashed here, since it’s required. 

Grand View Avenue

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,507 per sq. mi.

Grand View Avenue

36

Sometimes, Fido just wants to get off his leash and let the wind blow through his fur as he runs. Dubuque Dog Park lets him do just that! The whole area is 2.5 acres of fenced in running room. All the amenities of a great dog park are provided, including watering stations and cleaning stations. There are fees set in place to keep the maintenance up, but these can be paid daily, monthly, or even yearly. Don’t worry; there are plenty of benches in the shade for you to sit and watch Fido run and romp.

Mississippi River

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,507 per sq. mi.

Mississippi River

24

The Mississippi River has long held historical significance for the entire south. The paddle boats that come up and down are majestic and iconic. The Mississippi River Walk invites you to join your dog for a walk along the river. You can take in the smells of the river, catch a live band playing on the deck of the hotels nearby, or just watch the paddle boats as they travel and dock. It is a regional experience that you will want definitely want to check out if you’re visiting the area. Locals love this neighborhood because it is out of the way of the tourist districts. 

Main Street

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,507 per sq. mi.

Main Street

12

Come on and join your dog for dinner at First and Main. The three outdoor tables are a hot spot for the four-legged visitors. You will want to come often to meet up with friends and make new ones. The fare is fur-friendly and classic American. You can get your favorite beer on tap while munching on classic appetizers. You will find your favorite burger or maybe even try a new favorite. No matter what you order, Fido is sure to beg for a bite, so good luck resisting those adorable puppy dog eyes! Grab Fido’s leash and call your friends; it’s time for a night out with the dogs!

Southwest

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,507 per sq. mi.

Southwest

0

It’s always nice to see locals take the love they have for their city and turn it into something modern. The Old Milk House is a building that is original to the city. Now, it houses the East Mill Bakeshop and Catering. This bakery is just perfect for joining your dog for a cup of coffee on a rainy day or breakfast on a sunny morning. The pawfect table is waiting for you right outside. They only use fresh, local ingredients, so you definitely won’t be disappointed by the fare here. Come on in and breathe in the heavenly smell of fresh baked goods!