Dog walking in Grass Lake Charter Twp

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What is Wag!?

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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Danielle WGrass Lake Charter Twp, MI

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I’m a dog parent myself - of 2 Labrador Retrievers. I am currently in graduate school - to become a CRNA. I am somewhat new to Nashville - I have been here about a year and a half now. I love all dogs. I know the struggles of having a dog and wanting to give the best! I am here to give your dog the best walk!!

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

Kalina KGrass Lake Charter Twp, MI

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Hi! I'm Kalina - an animal lover who doesn't have an apartment that will allow me to have a dog of my own so I would love to shower your pup with attention. I have experience with many animals (cats, chickens, horses, etc.) but dogs are one of my favorites, especially big dogs (I grew up with leonbergers). I am an enthusiastic undergraduate studying theatre and finance at OSU, and I look forward to providing you peace of mind and the utmost in care when walking your four legged family members!

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Cole DGrass Lake Charter Twp, MI

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My name is Cole and I live in Ypsilanti! I have two dogs of my own, Payten and Charlie, and we all enjoy going to the dog park together and walking through the pet store! I'd be happy to process some reasonable requests (i.e. take dogs to dog park or car ride) depending on the situation. I can't wait to meet your furry family member!

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Maria MGrass Lake Charter Twp, MI

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Hello, I am a 25-year-old travel nurse looking to spend some quality time with your pup! I have a love for dogs and hate to see them cooped up inside. I used to be a private dog walker for Golden retriever/mutt named "Buddy" for almost 3 years. In that time we would take frequent trips to the local dog park, where Buddy could run around, cool off in the creek, and play fetch! It was a delight to see how happy it made Buddy be outside, enjoying what he does best! I also have experience dog sitting for a Beagle named "Winston" who has special needs (being quite anxious at times) due to his unfortunate past with not so friendly owners. Lastly, I have experience sitting a Maltese named "Rookie." He is a friendly little lap dog, who requires frequent bathroom breaks and attention. I owned two dogs growing up, (golden retriever/lab mix) named "Rocky" and "Sandy", and my parents encouraged me to provide all the care for them. I learned at an early age the huge responsibility it is to have an animal and I can appreciate how much care and attention they deserve.

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Emily BGrass Lake Charter Twp, MI

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Hello, my name is Emily and I am a big dog lover. I currently own a border collie mix and a flat haired retriever. I’ve grown up around dogs my entire life and have experience working with many breeds !!

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

Angela KGrass Lake Charter Twp, MI

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I am a dog lover and even have a dog of my own. I am a nurse at UofM and love to walk/ exercise. I look forward to meeting your pup!

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Kori MGrass Lake Charter Twp, MI

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“All the support your dogs need, I have!”

My family has owned dogs our entire life, and I can't get enough of them. I have been professionally pet sitting for three years. I have watched all different breeds of dogs and never discriminate. I can give them medicine, take them for walks, help you clean up the yard, whatever it is that you need I am more than willing to assist. I am also comfortable will puppies and elder dogs.

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

Taylor HGrass Lake Charter Twp, MI

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Hi! I recently relocated to Ann Arbor from Chicago and I truly miss my puppers from home. While I've never owned a dog myself, I grew up with two of them, and I love everything about dogs. I decided to sign up for wag because I thought it would be an awesome way to get some puppy love and take care of pups with busy owners.

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Georgia CGrass Lake Charter Twp, MI

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Hi! My name is Georgia and I’m a student. I love dogs of all breeds and enjoy all the cuddles and play time :) When I’m at school I live with my roommates high energy pit mix so I love all sorts of energy levels! I have the ability to walk any strength of pup, so if he/she isn’t the best walker, that’s ok! I would love to spend some time with your furry friend and help release all the energy!

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Melissa MGrass Lake Charter Twp, MI

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My name is Melissa and I absolutely love dogs! I have 2 of my own, a 4 year old mini schnauzer named Sadie and a 6 month old great Dane named Walter. I have had dogs all my life. In my spare time I volunteer at a dog rescue.

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Dog Walking in Grass Lake Charter Twp

Grass Lake is a suburban village named for the large marshy lake to its north. It has retained its rural character, with several family-run farms and farm stands just outside of town, and parks and preserves in the surrounding areas where you and your fur-baby can explore. While no one expects their pooch to get sick or injured, you can rest easy knowing that there is at least 1 animal hospital in Grass Lake, with 5 others in the surrounding towns of Jackson and Michigan Center.

One of the pawsome places to take your fur-buddy for an outing is to the Sharonville State Wildlife Management Area, which features excellent opportunities for a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, birding, and hunting. The terrain for hiking varies from forest to open fields and barrens, with a landscape that undulates with rolling hills. Birds and mammals are abundant and will give Fido’s senses plenty to do as you walk along. Arf! You could see turtles and other amphibians, along with butterflies and wild turkeys, too. Please remember to keep the pup leashed, and during hunting season to equip him and yourself with blaze orange vests. Also be sure to bring along plenty of water and other necessities for backcountry exploring.

Whatever your reason for being in the Grass Lake area, you’re sure to find lots for you and your furry bestie to do here in the outdoors!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Grass Lake Charter Twp

Grass Lake

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Population Density
1,200 per sq. mi.

Grass Lake

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The Grass Lake Community Sports and Trails Park contains miles of walking trails that circle softball and soccer fields, and where you and your leashed fur-pup are welcome to amble, perhaps while other members of the family are playing.  Another community park, Grass Lake County Park, sits on the lakeside and provides lots of space for leashed walking as well as a boat launch, picnic pavilion, and restrooms. And if you’re looking for a place to stay in Grass Lake with your fur-baby, look no further than Apple Creek Campground and RV Park, which features 180 cabin, RV, and rustic tenting sites on 125 acres. Dogs are welcome, on a leash, throughout the property except for the pool and in buildings. Every site has a picnic table and fire ring, and other amenities include a camp store, bathhouse and laundry room.  Their many trails make for great hiking, and they are open from April through November. Furbulous!

Lanewood

36
Population Density
1,468 per sq. mi.

Lanewood

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This neighborhood in nearby Chelsea is home to Timbertown Park, an almost 20-acre swathe of land featuring hiking trails that are dog-friendly, plus a pavilion with picnic seating, a playground and lots of grassy lawn to play and relax on. Open year-round from dawn to dusk, it’s also a pawrfect place to practice your cross-country skiing technique with Fido in tow! This neighborhood also hosts Veteran’s Memorial Park, a small park adjacent to a stream with a lawn for walking and relaxing, paved walkways and picnic tables for a casual outdoor meal. Just down Main Street from these 2 parks is Pierce Park, a family-oriented and dog-friendly park with lots of room to run and play with a leashed pup, plus picnic tables and a pavilion. 

Sylvan Center/ Notten

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Population Density
88 per sq. mi.

Sylvan Center/ Notten

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Chelsea’s Sylvan Center/ Notten neighborhood is where you’ll find the Waterloo State Recreation Area, which spreads its 20,000 acres west into Grass Lake and other communities. This furtastic dog-friendly park has it all, something for everyone! With 11 lakes, several campgrounds that range from rustic to modern, boat launches, several picnic areas, and almost 60 miles of trails that include 12 miles of interpretive nature trails, you and Fido will never run out of things to do! You might even run into some horses on your trail hikes! Dog-paddling in the lakes is okay as long as the spot isn’t designated as an off-limits area, and the 10-mile DTE Energy Foundation Trail is a cutting-edge biking and hiking trail you’ll want to put at the top of your list! Remember to keep your pup leashed.

Pleasant Lake

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Population Density
202 per sq. mi.

Pleasant Lake

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A few miles north of Grass Lake is Pleasant Lake, home of the pup-friendly Phyllis Haehnle Memorial Sanctuary. The Sanctuary covers over 1,000 acres and is the habitat of various wildlife, but it is best known for its Sandhill Cranes, which nest here or stop as they migrate in the fall. The winter months are pawrfect for hiking with your leashed pup on the 2 looped and connected trails that traverse meadow, woodland, wetland, and that skirt Eagle Lake. You’ll likely see waterfowl, amphibians, songbirds, and small wildlife like raccoons, skunks, and squirrels, as well as deer. It’s a sensory smorgasbord for Fido! Or come in the fall, have a sit on one of the benches near Mud Lake Marsh where thousands of cranes gather and wait for the pawsome spectacle! Woofderful!

Hell/ Chalkerville

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Population Density
220 per sq. mi.

Hell/ Chalkerville

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This neighborhood in Pinckney, to the northeast of Grass Lake, is where you’ll find the dog-friendly Pinckney State Recreational Area, with over 11,000 acres featuring hiking as well as other year-round outdoor activities. The area contains forest as well as swampy wetlands, but much of it is open grassland, and you’ll also find more than 20 lakes here. Its 6 marked trails, most of which are used for hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing, total about 70 miles and provide a variety of difficulty levels and terrains. One of them, the 35-mile Waterloo-Pinckney Trail, runs through the Waterloo Recreation Area as well. The area is home to several pawsome campgrounds with varying degrees of service, including rustic campsites that are only accessible on foot. What a woofderful place for a prolonged adventure for you and Fido!