Dog walking in Newport

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Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.

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“5-Star Rating - Over 600 Wag! Walks”

I am a West Chester resident since 1987. I have volunteered as a dog-walker and foster for the Humane Assoc. of Warren Co. for more than 10 years, and have been trained to provide 'working walks' that release energy and stimulate your dog's brain. I have earned a 5-star Wag! rating, after completing more than 600 walks.

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Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Training experience, Behavioral training

“I'll treat your pet as if it were my own!”

Hello, I'm Chad...an avid animal lover! Especially dogs because they are incredible creatures. I've recently started to train to be a certified dog trainer and I believe working with wag will accelerate my training. I walk my dog and my friend's dog 2 to 4 miles per day and have noticed how much better they are throughout the rest of the day with proper exercise. I'm very excited for the opportunity to do this for as many dogs as possible.

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Dog Walking in Newport

Situated at the confluence of the Licking and Ohio rivers in Kentucky, Newport is a town in Campbell County nestled right on the Ohio-Kentucky state line. Located in the Midwest area of the US, Newport offers a striking mix of contemporary lifestyles and historic amenities. The variety of local businesses and multiple recreation areas provide a mix of entertainment for both human and canine visitors. The town is home to five veterinary clinics and a wonderful fully equipped dog park in the city center.

Newport Dog Park is an exceptional place hidden behind I-472 near Campbell County Public Library. Want to hang out with locals and have a blast with Fido? The weekends are the best time to visit if you're looking to socialize and make new friends. Two fenced enclosures make it possible for dogs of all sizes to find the right pup partner to play with! Shaded benches keep the pet parents cool on hot days. No need to worry about anything: waste bags, drinking water, bowls and even tennis balls are always on-site!

Riddleview Park is another small neighborhood park you can explore with Fido. Located on the hill where Newport meets Southgate, the park offers a quiet hiking area with a slight incline which is pawfect for fitter furry friends!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Newport

Fort Thomas Town Center

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,878 per sq. mi.

Fort Thomas Town Center

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Fort Thomas is located on the southern bank of the Ohio River. As you and Fido walk along North Fort Thomas Avenue, you will spot local businesses, small cafes, and a post office. While you're here, you'd be barking mad to miss Highland Hills Park! This is a favorite spot for locals, pawticularly those with dogs, to visit on the weekend to wind down after a long week at work. Pooches have a special place in the park as well! Fenced and equipped with benches, Fort Thomas Dog Park is a wonderful dog-friendly spot located at the end of Mayfield Avenue.  

Hebron

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
363 per sq. mi.

Hebron

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In the area where Hebron meets Burlington, near the crossroads of Conrad Lane and Idlewild Road, you'll find a furrific park for the whole family. England Idlewild Park has something to offer everyone. Golf lovers spend time on the course, while families and explorers occupy the quiet spots, picnicking or just exploring the trails. You can bring your furry baby to hike or have some off-leash fun with local pups in Boone County Dog Park. With two enclosures for small and large mutts, it’s easy to find some company that will suit your dog's size and temperament! Bring some water with you if you plan to stay for the whole day.

St Judes Circle

24
Population Density
2,111 per sq. mi.

St Judes Circle

24

St. Judes Circle is a residential neighborhood just south of downtown Florence. Take a short walk north to discover the beauty of the Walnut Creek and Covered Bridge parks, or head to Florence Nature Park to enjoy a little hound-friendly hiking. This 15-acre recreational area offers a comfortable gazebo and picnic tables. You can also reserve a venue for your event, whether it’s a birthday or family reunion, and your puppy can also join! Pooches are welcome but should be supervised and leashed at all times. The walking trails offer opportunities for adventures in the woodlands, and many of the paths are suitable even for the least experienced hikers.

The Colony

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,972 per sq. mi.

The Colony

12

The Colony is a central residential neighborhood in Georgetown, Kentucky. You'll need to prepare your buddy for an hour-long ride from Newport via I-75 South to get here. Sure, an hour is a long way to drive for a dog park, but if your pooch has been a good girl -- and we know she has! -- it'd be a huge faux paw not to make the trip. Charles Brooking Park is a wonderful family-friendly facility with a designated dog park. Offering two separate enclosures and plenty of colorful obstacles, this park has earned a reputation for being a great place to bond with your furry baby year-round! Bring waste bags and drinking water with you.

Thoroughbred Acres

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,372 per sq. mi.

Thoroughbred Acres

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The Thoroughbred Acres neighborhood is located in the southern part of Paris, just a skip and a hop from downtown. This area features some quiet residential quarters. Head just a short distance north to find a furrific park that's gone to the dogs! Patrick Brannon Memorial Dog Park is a fun doggy spot located off By-Pass Road. This park offers a single area for pups of all sizes and temperaments to play in, so if your Chihuahua doesn't get along with the big boys, you might want to give this one a skip. Trees help pet owners stay sane on a sunny day, and bowls are always available to fill with the fresh water available on-site.

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