Dog walking in Valparaiso

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Hi All! My name is Tina. I have several years of caring for dogs both personally and professionally and am an avid rescuer. I am available for walks and sitting and have experience with all types of breeds and special needs, such as working with older dogs and administering medications. I look forward to meeting you and will treat your pups like family!

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Socialization training, Potty training

Hello, my name is Andrew! I have experience with dogs of all ages and sizes, from Labrador puppies to a fully-grown Great Dane that you could almost ride like a mini-horse! I love all dogs, and the opportunity to meet new ones and cater to their unique needs and personalities is a blessing. I am CrossFit Level 1 certified, an avid cyclist / runner, and would love to help keep your pet fit & happy! I will treat your dog with all my love and care to provide you a positive Wag! experience!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Dog Walking in Valparaiso

Your dog loves the dog park, but you hate how he brings the dog park back to the house on his muddy paws. Does this sound familiar? Then you need to check out Coco’s Canine Cabana Indoor Dog Park on Elm Street in Valparaiso. Coco’s Canine Cabana offers dog park visits for $3 each, doggie daycare starting at $5 an hour, overnight boarding, grooming, and a party room. Separate areas are set up for large and small dogs, and water is available to pets at all times.

If muddy paws don’t bother you, the Canine Country Club on Sturdy Road in Valparaiso. The Canine Country Club is a private, fenced-in, off-leash dog park that has separate areas for large and small dogs. A membership is required in order to access the park. A one-year membership costs $130. Nine-, six-, three-, and one-month memberships are available at a cost of $100, $80, $55, and $30, respectively. Dogs must have proof of rabies and distemper/parvo vaccinations.

Perhaps a park with a price tag isn’t your style. No worries! The Old Fairgrounds Park on Calumet Avenue in Valparaiso is an admission-free park where you can take your dog for some leashed fun. Walk or jog while enjoying Indiana’s fresh air, and meet new friends while doing so! Dogs must be leashed at all times.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Valparaiso

Downtown

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,035 per sq. mi.

Downtown

48

Downtown has storefronts and picturesque walkways for on-leash exercise. Coco Canine Cabana Indoor Dog Park at 400 Elm Street gives downtown dogs a place to have fun on a rainy day. Coco’s has two areas for dogs to play in. Small dogs have an area separate from the larger ones. Toys, balls, and play equipment are available. Coco’s also has special clothes and treats at the Boutique! Grooming services and overnight boarding serve the Downtown dog and human well. Also in this area is Annie 39 Downtown Place. This AirBnb is located on Margaret and is conveniently located near Valparaiso University.

North

36
Population Density
2,035 per sq. mi.

North

36

The North neighborhood has many green spaces for dogs and their people to explore. Kirchoff Park, located at 400 Roosevelt Road, has 11 acres of green space, large trees, picnic sites, and shelters. Dogs and their people get a chance to stretch some limbs and perhaps share a bite to eat. Dogs must stay on leash while using the park.  The Old Fairgrounds Park and the Butterfield Family Pavilion is on 704 McCord Road. The Fairgrounds Park has some green spaces and a walking track. Glenrose Park is a 20-acre Park on Glendale Boulevard. It is a pawpular area for people and dogs to get some on-leash exercise.

South

25
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,244 per sq. mi.

South

25

The South neighborhood doesn't have much in the way of services for people. It does, however, have a country club for the canines living there. Royal Acres at 3554 S.Sturdy Road has a daycare, boarding facility, and 5-acre outdoor dog park for its member dogs.  The Dogs at the Club even have their own indoor swimming pool!   The Club is a 60-acre campus, with 40 of it being wooded. South of there is the 840-acre Aukiki Wetland Conservation Area with its numerous trails to walk on leash. This area is home to many ducks and migratory fowl. Just don't let Fido get too curious! Dogs can enjoy this unique scenery on-leash with their human companions.

West

12
Population Density
1,244 per sq. mi.

West

12

The West neighborhood gives dogs and their people some outdoor spaces to go and exercise on leash. The Westside Park, located at 157 Westside Park Ave., is a 15-acre park with a bit of green space.  Forest Park is an 11-acre park that has a few scenic outdoor green areas to walk on leash. Forest Park has a gazebo and a couple of shelters that give shade while eating a picnic lunch with your pup.  Bicentennial Park is in the northwest corner of the neighborhood, located at 175 Burlington Road. It encompasses almost 16 acres of open space, and shelters are available for a get-together with family and fur-iends.

Michigan City

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,679 per sq. mi.

Michigan City

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Twenty-two miles north of Valparaiso is Michigan City, Indiana. Michigan City is a small town that has a some dog-friendly places.  The Bark Park at Creek Ridge County Park, located at 7943 West, is a fully fenced, 3.25 Dog Park that has an area for small and large dogs, an obstacle course, water onsite, and benches for human companions. Registration and fees may be paid on a daily or annual basis.  Michigan City also has several dog-friendly restaurants.  Bridges Waterside Grille has outdoor deck seating. It is located at 508 East 2nd Street and serves casual food. Ryan’s Irish Pub at 401 Franklin offers dog-friendly pub dining on the outdoor patio.

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