Dog walking in Homewood

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Hi my name is Janet and I can't wait to meet your dog !I'm a huge dog lover , and have had over 3 plus years of dog walking and pet sitting experience in recent years.I'm also a pet parent to a 9 year old Min Pin/Chihuahua mix named Nacho. I look forward to providing excellent pet care to Wag clients both new and old.

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My name is Stacy I have a real passion for caring for all kinds of furry family members. I also have gained many years experience from volunteering at shelters I have taken classes to be a veterinarian assistant. I have experience in caring for senior dogs, puppies and Special Needs animals. It would be my pleasure to give my time and attention to taking care of your furry friends I also have been a dog walker for wag for almost 2 years and have gained very good experience so let me be your pet

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Therapy training, Service training, Puppy training

Dog Walking in Homewood

Homewood is a village located in Cook County and a suburb of Chicago. The village was rated as one of the three most livable suburbs in the Chicago Metropolitan Area by Forbes magazine in 2007. 

If you decide to visit Homewood and you are looking for a place to stay along with your pooch, you should visit the La Banque Hotel. The hotel allows two pets of any size for a $50 fee per room. If you are looking for a cheaper option, then you should check out the Homewood AirBnB Rentals. The pet policies and weight limits are different for the individual accommodations, so you should check the pet policies when booking your room. 

There are a lot of dog-friendly places in Homewood that you can visit along with your four-legged baby. Most of these are restaurants and cafes, including Lassen's Tap, Culver's, Panera Bread, Starbucks, Portillo's and Chipotle Mexican Grill. No matter what you and your pal are craving, you're sure to find something you like here!

There aren't any veterinary clinics within Homewood, but you'll find plenty of hospitals and practices just a short drive away. Because Homewood is quite small, there aren't many Fido-friendly amenities here, although you'll find plenty of things to do with your four-legged buddy on the outskirts of town.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Homewood

Apollo Park

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Apollo Park

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In the southern region of Homewood, Illinois, you can find the one park designated especially for dogs called Rover's Run Dog Park. The park is an off-leash park that is properly fenced. It's also a members-only park and you can enter it only with a tag from the county. The membership is $35 per year, but the locals say that it is totally worth it! The park includes a water fountain for both dogs and humans. There is a double-gated entry and some trees throughout the park. Moreover, there is a separate training area and benches for sitting.

South Hinsdale

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,724 per sq. mi.

South Hinsdale

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Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge Dog Park is around 27 miles away from Homewood, in South Hinsdale. This off-leash, fenced-in park is the pawfect place for your pup to play and make some new fur-iends. There is a large, grassy area where dogs can run and socialize. Moreover, there is a little stream in the park in which dogs are welcome to swim! Just be aware that the creek can get too deep when it rains. There are also big trees there that provide shade in the park. The park provides poop bags and it is completely free. Just don't forget to bring some drinking water!

Homer Glen

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
680 per sq. mi.

Homer Glen

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Around 19 miles away from Homewood is another park that you can take your pup to called Messenger Marsh Dog Park. This 5-acre fenced park has plenty of space for your pooch to run around and make new friends. In addition to this area, there is another 1-acre area where dogs under 30 lbs are welcome. There is a picnic shelter and benches for the human visitors of the park. Doggie waste bags are provided, and you'll also find lots of trails outside the fenced area where you can walk with your leashed dog. Just don't forget to bring water!

Jason Park

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
747 per sq. mi.

Jason Park

12

Approximately 22 miles away from Homewood is another park that you have to visit if you are in the vicinity. The off-leash, fenced Jackson Bark is located in the Jason Park neighborhood of Chicago. Most of the people describe this park as a "dog heaven" because of the abundance of agility equipment that if offers. There are a lot of obstacles and toys here, making it the perfect place for training your pooch. Doggie waste bags, water, and free parking nearby are added bonuses at this pawesome dog park!

Ridge Rd

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,636 per sq. mi.

Ridge Rd

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Wicker Memorial Dog Park is another dog park in the vicinity that you can visit. It's located around 13 miles from Homewood, in Highland. The park is an off-leash park that is properly fenced. To enter the park, you have to register your dog. Unfortunately, pit bulls and pit bull mixes are not allowed in the park. There is a water fountain outside of the fenced area. The park is mostly grassy and has two areas which rotate for maintenance. There are trees in the park for shade, and also benches for the human visitors.

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