Dog walking in Salisbury

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Flexible scheduling

Select the date and time that best suit your needs. Want a walk ASAP? We’ve got you covered.

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Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.

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Track your walk with our live GPS tracker, then view your detailed report card after the walk.

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“Let me love your dogs!!”

I'm looking to help out pet parents and spend more time with dogs! I grew up with dogs and currently have an Aussie. I'm comfortable with dogs of all sizes, although I am small, so I ask that any big dogs have decent leash manners. I have trained my dog entirely on my own and am happy to continue whatever training you normally do with your dog on walks! I am familiar and comfortable with most equipment, including check chains, prong collars, and harnesses, if your dog uses any of those.

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Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Fast walker

Dog Walking in Salisbury

If you’re looking for pet-friendly attractions and adventures in the Salisbury, Maryland area, you’re in luck! There are many options to explore.

Not to miss is the Salisbury Dog Park. Open dawn to dusk every day of the year, this fenced-in park offers a chance to socialize and play with other dogs. It also has a separate small dog area, though no water is provided on-site.

Why not try something a little out of the ordinary? Close to the Salisbury area is Ayers Creek Adventures, a kayak outfitter that allows dogs to travel along as their owners paddle through the coastal waters and observe the local wildlife. Join them for a guided tour, or choose your own adventure with a rented kayak, canoe, or stand-up paddleboard.

If you’re in the area around wintertime, keep an eye out for the annual Hero Day Dog Walk. Four-legged companions and their owners are invited to enjoy this 1.5-mile walk that doubles as a fundraiser for Warrior Canine Connection, a non-profit that uses veterans to train service dogs for fellow soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder or mild brain injuries. With live music and vendors, this event is sure to please both you and Fido!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Salisbury

Avalon Park

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,050 per sq. mi.

Avalon Park

48

The Avalon Park area in Salisbury is perfect for dogs because it contains Leonards Mill Park, a perfect place for ambling, walking, or enjoying nature. The playground and bridges are picturesque, and though popular, the almost ten acre park has enough room to not feel crowded. Though not as large as some other parks in the area, Leonards Mill Park combines local history with a central location.  When you’ve worked up an appetite, you can walk a few blocks to Cafe Italiano to their dog friendly outdoor seating, weather permitting.


Lincoln Heights

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,100 per sq. mi.

Lincoln Heights

36

A community effort in Lincoln Heights and throughout Salisbury made Salisbury Dog Park possible. It’s easy to tell that this was built by a community that not only loves dogs, but knows what they need. The park is fenced and equipped the benches placed to provide sun and shade. There are separate areas for small dogs and large ones. Waste retrieval bags and garbage cans make it a breeze to keep this park clean. Challenge your dog mentally and physically with agility equipment, or relax and just let them socialize.


Upper Ferry Estates

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
645 per sq. mi.

Upper Ferry Estates

24

Upper Ferry Estates residents are lucky to have Pemberton Historical Park so close by. The sprawling 206 acre historical park is worth a visit, even if you live across town. There are 4.5 miles of hiking trails through natural, preserved ecosystems and environments. The close proximity of different terrain types, such as freshwater ponds, saltwater wetlands, and hardwood forests, all offer educational opportunities and plenty of natural beauty for your hike. Leashed dogs will have plenty of opportunity to explore, though they probably won’t find the educational material available at the visitor’s center as riveting as you will.

City Center

12
Population Density
5,300 per sq. mi.

City Center

12

City Center in Salisbury is the destination for dogs with sophisticated palates. If your dog expects a refined dining experience, head to city center for some of the most pup-ular restaurants in town. Whether you want pizza, bar-food, or a cup of coffee to wake you up better than a wet nose to the face, City Center has what you’re looking for. It’s close to other central Salisbury attractions, and walkable to a variety of other restaurants in the area that welcome calm dogs with a pawsitive attitude at their outdoor tables.

Assateague National Seashore

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
800 per sq. mi.

Assateague National Seashore

0

You have to go to the edge of Wicomico County to find Assateague National Seashore in Berlin near Salisbury, but it’s too amazing to leave off the lists. This park starts off by imposing some restrictions on dogs that some owner’s chafe at. Dogs are not allowed on the hiking trails, and must be leashed. On the other hand, you won’t miss the hike when you have the beach. There are miles of surf and sun once you’re in the park. The seashore shows the natural beauty of the area as well as offers plenty of room to romp, play, and have a dog’s day.