Dog walking in Bossier City

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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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Kaytlin RBossier City, LA

5.0

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Hi I’m Kayt! I’m a senior at USAFA. I absolutely love animals and dogs are my favorite! I have owned a yellow lab and a schnoodle, so I have experience with both big and little pups. My best friend also has 6 dogs that I assist in caring for when I’m home. I would love to spend some time with your pets and get them some exercise! :) thank you for your consideration!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Morgen JBossier City, LA

4.9

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“Always home, would love some animal company!”

Hi! My name is Morgen and I'm so happy to be a dog walker for Wag. I grew up with Bernese Mountain Dogs as part of our family. When I was 8, we bred our Bernese and I got to experience what raising a litter of puppies was like! I've loved dogs my whole life and in addition to owning Bernese, I've pet-sat and cared for many dogs of all sizes and breeds. I believe pets are family members and I'm committed to ensuring that your dog is safe, loved, and given the highest quality of care possible!

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Dog Walking in Bossier City

Bossier City is rich with history, originally serving as a plantation in the 1830s for James Cane. Once crude oil was discovered in 1908, Bossier developed quickly as the major player within the oil patch. Nowadays, Bossier City is quite popular for local tourism as there have been a few major developments at the coin of the major casinos. These include the CenturyLink Center, which has hosted the NHL and NCAA events, as well as Louisiana Boardwalk, which hosts a variety of stores including Levi's, Kay Jewelers, Justice, and Fuddruckers.

If you’re planning a splendid weekend in Bossier City or an exciting weekend in its sister-city, Shreveport, you’re going to need a hotel that’s not only nice looking but nice on the wallet as well. Hampton Inn Shreveport Bossier City is a pet-friendly hotel that has rooms starting at $69 per night, plus a $50 pet fee per stay. Two pets less than 50 pounds are allowed per room, but they cannot be left alone in the room at any time. Free hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and a swimming pool are just a few of the amenities this hotel has to offer.

Another pet-friendly hotel that’s easy on the wallet is the La Quinta Inn Bossier City. Rooms start at just $49 per night, and there is no pet fee. Two pets less than 50 pounds are allowed per room, and well-behaved pets may be left alone if the situation arises. Some of the amenities provided at La Quinta Inn Bossier City include free breakfast, a fitness center, and a swimming pool.

If you’d rather stay in a suite instead of a plain hotel room, the TownPlace Suites by Marriott Shreveport Bossier City. Rooms start at $89 per night, with a $50 pet fee per stay. Two pets less than 30 pounds are allowed per room, and additional pets are welcome if prior approval is given by the hotel. A fitness center, swimming pool, and a free breakfast are included in your stay.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bossier City

Central Shreveport

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,905 per sq. mi.

Central Shreveport

48

At only two miles from Bossier City, you will find not one, but two dog-friendly locations in the city of Shreveport. The first place you need to check out is the Shreveport Dog Park. This 4-acre park is located in a busy park area along the river. You will always see other dogs and people in this area, so it may be overwhelming for shy dogs. The next place you need to see is the Spirit of the Red. This is not a park, but a very informational cruise where dogs are welcome! During the cruise, you and your furry friend will see all sorts of animals, including alligators. 

Central Jamestown

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
485 per sq. mi.

Central Jamestown

36

If you and your active are active and in need of some serious exercise, head to the Louisiana Trails, located nearly 50 miles from Bossier City in Jamestown. These trails are historically preserved and a wonderful place to take your dog for a walk. The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy provides maps and guides to anyone visiting the trails. However, this is only a pet-friendly location, not an off-leash park. Make sure you take a leash, plenty of water and doggie poop bags. Also, since the trails are so vast, you may want to wear your comfortable walking shoes!

Central Jefferson

24
Population Density
34 per sq. mi.

Central Jefferson

24

Although Jefferson is not even located in Louisiana, it is only a 50-minute drive from Bossier City. It is located in the great state of Texas and is home to the exciting Historic Jefferson Train Ride. This train ride is nearly 40 minutes through the beautiful natural scenery of Jefferson along the Big Cypress River. It takes you through wetlands and forests. The train ride welcomes dogs as long as they are leashed at all times. This is a great location, not only for your dog but also for you to learn some history. You both will have a pawtastic day!

McNeil Township

12
Population Density
370 per sq. mi.

McNeil Township

12

If you need to get out of Bossier City for a day, head to McNeil, Arkansas. The drive will take you nearly two hours but it is well worth the trip! The sleepy town of McNeil is home to Logoly State Park, a 368-acre park. It is full of natural beauty and trails you and your dog can explore. However, since it is not an off-leash park, you need to keep your dog on a leash at all times. But don’t forget your camera! You can get some great shots of your most loyal companion in the beautiful landscape of Arkansas.

Bringle Lake

0
Population Density
491 per sq. mi.

Bringle Lake

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If you want to take a day trip to another city with your dog, head to Texarcana with your furry friend. It’s a little under an hour and 15 minutes, but Bringle Lake Park is definitely worth the drive. You and your leashed pal can explore the trails within this gorgeous 7-acre park. Don’t forget to pack a couple of fishing poles -- you can fish off one of the two ramps. Bring the kids, too! There’s a covered children’s playground here. Because this isn’t a dog park, you’ll need to bring your own water and doggie waste bags. Be sure to practice good petiquette and clean up after your pup.