Dog walking in Valley Center

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Hi! I’m Brittany and always ready to make a new doggy friend! You can count on me to be responsible, respectful, and an excellent caretaker -- I will always treat your pup and home as if they were my own. Let me know if your pet is best served by long walks, lots of playtime in the backyard, or a quick potty with lots of cuddles. I’m happy to accommodate your pup with whatever will keep them happiest and healthiest. Feel free to reach out with any requests!

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Hi there, I am Maria, a true animal lover!! Growing up in Wichita, KS, I liked to play with my neighbors pets and eventually after much convincing, my family got Suki! She was an Akita Shar Pei Lab mix, who I absolutely adored! Currently I have no pets because of my full schedule, but I have grown up in a family with a love for fury friends! I pet sit for my friends dog once a month and have been taking care of dogs of all weights and sizes my entire life. I enjoy being outside in nature and saying hello to canines walking by! So trust me when I say, your dog is in great company with me! I am eager to meet, care and provide excellent Wag! service to your beloved pet!

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Dog Walking in Valley Center

The city of Valley Center, Kansas is full of great things to do with your pup! The city has a variety of parks that welcome dogs, and is also home to some tasty dog-friendly restaurants. There are also two veterinary clinics to keep your dog happy and healthy.

If you’re looking for a good place to walk with your pup, head to McLaughlin Park. This park has a quarter-mile path that circles a beautiful pond. Take a leisurely stroll around the pond and enjoy the peaceful water views.

Chapin Park is another pawesome place to go with your pup. This park is about 17 milesaway from Valley Center in Wichita, and it has a large off-leash dog park. This dog park has separate big and small dog areas, trees that keep the park shady and cool, and water fountains for your dog.  After your dog is finished playing, put them back on their leash and take them for a stroll on Chapin Park’s multi-use path. This gravel path offers amazing views of the Arkansas River. Your dog will have a great time in this park in all the other furtastic parks in and around Valley Center!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Valley Center

N 24th St W

48
Population Density
130 per sq. mi.

N 24th St W

48

This Valley Center neighborhood is home to Arrowhead Park, where dogs are welcome on-leash. This quiet park has a beautiful pond with a flat, quarter-mile trail around it. This trail is perfect for leisurely strolls with your pup. When you’re finished walking, relax on one of the park’s benches and enjoy the view of the water. If you’re hungry after you’re done at the park, take your pup over to Sonic Drive-In for a cool drink and a tasty burger, hot dog, or chicken sandwich. Enjoy your meal at one of Sonic’s dog-friendly outdoor tables. 

South Abilene Ave

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
223 per sq. mi.

South Abilene Ave

36

South Abilene Avenue is home to a cute little neighborhood park, Lions Park. Take your pup for an on-leash walk through this grassy park, which has plenty of trees for your pup to sniff. Afterwards, be sure to stop into the park’s beautiful gazebo. When you’re done with your walk, take your dog for a tasty meal at nearby Big Larry’s Burger. This burger joint has three dog-friendly outdoor tables, and they offer delicious beef and buffalo burgers with a variety of toppings. Bring your pup their own treat to enjoy while you eat, or order them a piece of bacon or a plain beef patty! 

Benjamin Hills

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,444 per sq. mi.

Benjamin Hills

24

Looking for a fun off-leash dog park? Head to K-9 Rooster Dog Park in Wichita’s Benjamin Hills neighborhood. Located about eight miles from Valley Center, this dog park has three off-leash enclosures: one for large dogs, one for medium-sized dogs, and one for small dogs. If your pup needs a break, the park also has a time-out area. While your dog is playing, you can watch from one of the park’s numerous benches. If your dog gets thirsty, there are doggy water fountains available. Bring a frisbee or some toys, and have a ball playing with your dog in this park.

E Oakmount Street

12
Population Density
1,394 per sq. mi.

E Oakmount Street

12

If you want to treat your pup to a great meal, this Wichita neighborhood is the perfect place for you. This neighborhood is home to Fetch Bistro, the only restaurant in Kansas that allows dogs both outside and inside their restaurant. Fetch Bistro also has a menu filled with treats for your dog, including pumpkin and peanut butter biscuits and a steak and brown rice dish. There are also plenty of delicious choices for humans, including burgers, sandwiches, and chicken and biscuits. This pawesome spot is about 13 miles from Valley Center, and it’s the perfect place to take your pup for a special treat! 

East 14th Street

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
651 per sq. mi.

East 14th Street

0

This neighborhood in Newton is home to Centennial Park, a large park with a great off-leash dog park. This 2.17-acre dog park is about 19 miles from Valley Center, and it includes separate small and large dog areas. Both areas have plenty of space for dogs to run, and they have picnic benches for owners to sit at while their dogs are playing. There’s also a water fountain available in the dog park, and there are doggy bags. When your dog is finished playing, take them for an on-leash walk on Centennial Park’s long multi-use path. If you’re hungry afterward, bring a picnic to enjoy at one of the park’s many picnic tables. 

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