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    If you are looking for a trustworthy and responsible person to keep your dog safe while giving them some exercise please consider me. I have two dogs. I have had pet dogs most of my life, a wide variety of breeds, all shapes and sizes. Most of my dogs have been larger varieties but currently I have chihuahua/pug mixes (chugs).

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    Robert T.
    2019-12-10T12:15:48-08:00
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    I’ve spent my life either with my own dogs or dog sitting other dogs. I may not have a dog of my own at the moment, but I help my housemate take care of her dog whenever she needs extra help. I have also fostered dogs in the past so I have experience greeting new dogs and helping them adjust to new environments.

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    Lindsey J.
    2019-08-01T08:35:21-07:00
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    If you are looking for a trustworthy and responsible person to keep your dog safe while giving them some exercise please consider me. I have two dogs. I have had pet dogs most of my life, a wide variety of breeds, all shapes and sizes. Most of my dogs have been larger varieties but currently I have chihuahua/pug mixes (chugs).

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    Robert T.
    2019-12-10T12:15:48-08:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

    I’ve spent my life either with my own dogs or dog sitting other dogs. I may not have a dog of my own at the moment, but I help my housemate take care of her dog whenever she needs extra help. I have also fostered dogs in the past so I have experience greeting new dogs and helping them adjust to new environments.

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    Lindsey J.
    2019-08-01T08:35:21-07:00
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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in New Centerville

    Cloverdale

    4848
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    4,484 per sq. mi.

    Cloverdale

    4848

    Cloverdale loves dogs! This pooch accepting neighborhood is roughly 55 miles from New Centerville, where it offers plenty of shopping, eating and fun recreational activities for humans and pups! Redwood Park permits pooches to have be free range dogs; they have reign over the entire park. Park amenities include a pond, walking paths, and a fishing area. Another fun outing you and Fido can tackle is visiting the Julius Kleiner Memorial Park. It provides 58 acres, an amphitheater, basketball court, community garden, fishing pond, and walking paths! Human parents and their leashed, well-behaved dogs are welcomed to utilize the park’s amenities. 

    Hidden Springs

    3636
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,853 per sq. mi.

    Hidden Springs

    3636

    Hidden Springs is situated along the foothills of Boise National Forest, and conveniently close to Highway 55, making it about a 42-mile drive from New Centerville. Castle Hills Park is a 7.2-acre community space with walking paths leashed dogs can stroll, or, they can run around in the 2.2-acre, fenced-in doggie park and get some socialization and exercise; whatever their preference. For nature lovers, Boise National Forest is literally in your backyard, where you can choose from dozens of hiking trails that your pooch would love to go on with his best friend!

    Boise

    2424
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    2 parks

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    4,256 per sq. mi.

    Boise

    2424

    Fifty-four miles from Centerville, the large city of Boise provides residents with plenty of dining, shopping and entertainment options close by! Morris Hill Park allows dog that are kept on leash to enjoy the sidewalks and open areas for some light exercise. To give your pooch some real off-leash fun, they can visit the 1-acre dog park on the premises that also provides water! The 11-acre Manitou Park also lets leashed pups to enjoy their walkways, or they can get in on the off-leash dog park action that is located on the grounds of Manitou Park where your dog can mix and mingle without limitations.

    Southeast Boise

    1212
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    32 per sq. mi.

    Southeast Boise

    1212

    Southeast Boise is another accessible community that is located adjacent to Interstate 84, approximately 44 miles south of Centerville. Cypress Park is a 7.3-acre community area complete with paved sidewalks and open field areas. This awesome park also houses a large, 1.4-acre, fenced, off-leash dog park where they provide a waste bins and disposal bags. If your pooch is on the adventurous side, the Boise River Greenbelt is a great option to go for a walk, jog, or biking excursion with your pooch! This greenbelt is part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservation effort that repurposes old, rotting railroads into useable recreational pathways. 

    New Centerville

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    -3 per sq. mi.

    New Centerville

    00

    New Centerville is an intimate and beautiful locale that is encircled by the Boise National Forest wilderness! This charming community offers gorgeous 360-degree views and easy access to fun outdoor activities. Boise National Forest itself is pretty large to say the least: 2.5 million acres of forests, grasslands, and hiking paths. You and your on-leash pooch are invited to sightsee and hike any of the labeled trails. However, please pick up after them as this is a federally protected national forest area. For vacationers, the Shafer Butte Campground would make a fun and convenient dog-friendly lodging option that your pooch will definitely love!

    Cloverdale

    4848
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    4,484 per sq. mi.

    Cloverdale

    4848

    Cloverdale loves dogs! This pooch accepting neighborhood is roughly 55 miles from New Centerville, where it offers plenty of shopping, eating and fun recreational activities for humans and pups! Redwood Park permits pooches to have be free range dogs; they have reign over the entire park. Park amenities include a pond, walking paths, and a fishing area. Another fun outing you and Fido can tackle is visiting the Julius Kleiner Memorial Park. It provides 58 acres, an amphitheater, basketball court, community garden, fishing pond, and walking paths! Human parents and their leashed, well-behaved dogs are welcomed to utilize the park’s amenities. 

    Hidden Springs

    3636
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,853 per sq. mi.

    Hidden Springs

    3636

    Hidden Springs is situated along the foothills of Boise National Forest, and conveniently close to Highway 55, making it about a 42-mile drive from New Centerville. Castle Hills Park is a 7.2-acre community space with walking paths leashed dogs can stroll, or, they can run around in the 2.2-acre, fenced-in doggie park and get some socialization and exercise; whatever their preference. For nature lovers, Boise National Forest is literally in your backyard, where you can choose from dozens of hiking trails that your pooch would love to go on with his best friend!

    Boise

    2424
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    2 parks

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    4,256 per sq. mi.

    Boise

    2424

    Fifty-four miles from Centerville, the large city of Boise provides residents with plenty of dining, shopping and entertainment options close by! Morris Hill Park allows dog that are kept on leash to enjoy the sidewalks and open areas for some light exercise. To give your pooch some real off-leash fun, they can visit the 1-acre dog park on the premises that also provides water! The 11-acre Manitou Park also lets leashed pups to enjoy their walkways, or they can get in on the off-leash dog park action that is located on the grounds of Manitou Park where your dog can mix and mingle without limitations.

    Southeast Boise

    1212
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    32 per sq. mi.

    Southeast Boise

    1212

    Southeast Boise is another accessible community that is located adjacent to Interstate 84, approximately 44 miles south of Centerville. Cypress Park is a 7.3-acre community area complete with paved sidewalks and open field areas. This awesome park also houses a large, 1.4-acre, fenced, off-leash dog park where they provide a waste bins and disposal bags. If your pooch is on the adventurous side, the Boise River Greenbelt is a great option to go for a walk, jog, or biking excursion with your pooch! This greenbelt is part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservation effort that repurposes old, rotting railroads into useable recreational pathways. 

    New Centerville

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    -3 per sq. mi.

    New Centerville

    00

    New Centerville is an intimate and beautiful locale that is encircled by the Boise National Forest wilderness! This charming community offers gorgeous 360-degree views and easy access to fun outdoor activities. Boise National Forest itself is pretty large to say the least: 2.5 million acres of forests, grasslands, and hiking paths. You and your on-leash pooch are invited to sightsee and hike any of the labeled trails. However, please pick up after them as this is a federally protected national forest area. For vacationers, the Shafer Butte Campground would make a fun and convenient dog-friendly lodging option that your pooch will definitely love!

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