Dog walking in Delphi

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Hi there! My name is Kyla and I am infatuated with dogs!! People say that diamonds are a lady’s best friend, but I beg to differ. When it comes to this (can I even really call it a) job, I will be loyal and dependable to you and your adorable pup. I am extremely fortunate to say that animals find it very natural to feel comfortable around me. My goal is to give your lovely pupper a healthy and happy walk in rain or shine!! Hope to meet you and your dog soon! :)

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Many years in animal care have kept me learning and loving each and every day, with each and every pet. I’ve also loved exercising and being active. What better way than combining the two to help others in keeping pets happy and healthy in the process. I see the love my dog has every time we walk and know it can benefit other owners too.

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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, Potty training

Dog Walking in Delphi

For dogs and their owners, the city of Delphi is a pawesome area to enjoy the outdoors together. Located less than 20 miles southeast of Lafayette, this community has several parks and trails. There are two veterinarians in Greater Delphi if you need professional services for your pooch.

Take your canine companion exploring in the Mary I. Gerard Nature Reserve, located just east of town and south of the Monon High Bridge. Walk through bottomland woods in this 6-acre land trust that's open to the public. Keep Spot on a leash and clean up any messes.

For stunning views of the area, head to George Obear Overlook Park on Washington Street. Enjoy a picnic at one of the tables or play frisbee on the lawn with your fur baby. Dogs on a leash can join you here. Bring along water and waste bags when you visit.

If you want to take your special pal on a camping trip, head to Wolfe's Leisure Time Campground off Old State Road. This facility is about seven miles southwest of town and has tent, camper, and RV sites. Enjoy hiking through the woods or fishing in the Wabash River while here. Most dog breeds are welcome to join you as long as you keep them on a leash and clean up their waste.

Delphi has a lot to offer dogs and their owners!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Delphi

North Washington Street

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Population Density
795 per sq. mi.

North Washington Street

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The North Washington Street neighborhood includes apartments, single-family homes, and a manufacturing plant. There are sidewalks in the residential areas here where you and fido can take a walk around the block together. A lovely place to get some exercise and fresh air with your furry friend is at Canal Park located off Rhineland Trail. This facility has RV camping sites, hiking trails, and picnic areas. Walk along the water with your canine pal or enjoy a meal outdoors here. Dogs are welcome to accompany you as long as they're on a leash. Bring waste bags to clean up any messes.

Carroll

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Population Density
146 per sq. mi.

Carroll

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Carroll, located in the southern part of the city, is a largely residential area with private homes, an apartment complex, and public schools. There are some peaceful neighborhood loops here that are furrific for a daily stroll with your pup. If you're looking for a spot to get some fresh air, head to Riley Park off Riley Road just east of Washington Street. This facility has athletic fields, a walking track, picnic areas, and a suspension bridge. Hike or jog around the cinder pathway with your four-footed pal. Remember to keep your fur baby on a leash and to clean up after him.

East Delphi

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Population Density
1,949 per sq. mi.

East Delphi

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East Delphi is a residential community with a church and a few small businesses. You and your pooch will be able to take a walk through the neighborhood here. When you want to hike or jog through nature with your pup, check out the Monon High Bridge Trail. You can connect to this 1.5-mile out-and-back pathway off Old Camden Road and head east. Walk through the woods and past farmland as you follow Deer Creek to the bridge crossing. Dogs are allowed to join you here, provided that you keep them on a leash. Bring water and waste bags with you.

Deer Creek Border

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Population Density
13,530 per sq. mi.

Deer Creek Border

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The Deer Creek Border neighborhood includes the downtown area with commercial and historic sections as well as some residential streets. There are sidewalks throughout the area where you and your fur baby can go for a stroll. A fun way for you and your pooch to get some fresh air and exercise here is to follow the Downtown Loop Trail through the historic district. Take a walk with your special pal past the shops and restaurants around Delphi Courthouse Square. Make sure you keep Spot on a leash and under your control. Bring waste bags and immediately clean up any droppings.

Mill Street

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Population Density
3,497 per sq. mi.

Mill Street

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Around Mill Street on the west side of town, there are single-family homes, some businesses, and a few farms. From here, you're just minutes from the VanScoy Towpath Trail, located along the Wabash and Erie Canal. Take your four-footed buddy hiking along the water to get some fresh air and exercise. Connect to the Obear Millrace Loop Trail to make a loop that's just over a mile and a half. Enjoy the scenic views of the historic district and the Wabash River from here. You can bring dogs on a leash with you here as long as you clean up after them.

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