Dog Walkers in Rockford, MI

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Dog Areas in Rockford, MI

Rockford and the area that surrounds it was first the home of Native American tribes, including the Hopewell, Ottawa, and Mascouten. The first settler here was Smith Lapham, after whom the place was initially called Laphamville. The name was changed to Rockford because the residents wanted a shorter name. When it comes to taking care of your dogs' health, Rockford has 3 choices of clinics and hospitals that will make sure your pooch is well taken care of. 

The town's close vicinity to the second largest city in Michigan, Grand Rapids, makes Rockford a pawesome destination for doggies. It's just 15 miles to Grand Rapids, where you'll find more than 20 accommodations that welcome doggos! 

If you're feeling hungry and you want to take your pooch for breakfast or lunch, head to The Peppermill Grill, where you can sit on the outdoor patio. Another place that welcomes pooches is Herman's Boy Coffee. Chilling with Fido is possible at Uccello's Ristorante - Rockford as well. For more options, head to Grand Rapids.

If you want to take your pooch for a walk in Rockford, you'll have pawlenty of parks to choose from right in town! Luton Park is just one of Rockford's community parks that welcomes leashed dogs to explore with their owners.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rockford, MI

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    Population Density 4,827/sq mi

    #1 Fulton Heights

    Around 15 miles away from Rockford, you'll find Hillcrest Dog Park, where your pooch can have a ball! One of the best features that this park offers for your pooch is separately fenced areas for small and large doggos. Seasonally, you'll have access to fresh water -- in the colder months, it's recommended that you bring your own. If you forget your poop baggies, you will find some provided in the park. The human visitors can rest up on the park's benches and chill with their pets in a mostly shaded area. No need to worry about a membership or providing proof of vaccinations -- this park is completely free!
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    Population Density 11,538/sq mi

    #2 Westside Connection

    Covell Dog Park is 16 miles away from Rockford. Pups can enjoy a one-acre off-leash area here. Although the dog park is securely fenced, there aren't separate areas for differently sized pooches, so if your pooch doesn't play well with dogs of all shapes and sizes, avoid this park. The ground is mixed with grass and wood chips, and in the summer, the staff puts out small kiddie pools where doggies can dip their paws! The park has a hose to rinse off your mucky mutt, and there's also parking nearby. Bags are only provided sometimes, so don't forget to bring some with you just in case. 
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    Population Density 5,569/sq mi

    #3 Urbandale

    Seventeen miles away from Rockford is another furrific dog park that you won't want to miss: Wyoming Dog Park. This park is most suitable for residents and frequent visitors, since it requires a membership to visit. If you're just passing through, this park probably isn't the best option. Your membership will grant you access to separate areas for small and large puppers, drinking water, and poop baggies. (Note that the park sometimes runs out of baggies, so bring some just in case.) For playing, there is a big pile of sand where doggies can dig, climb, and have fun. Plenty of shade and picnic tables with benches are great amenities for the pet parents.
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    Population Density 609/sq mi

    #4 South Forest Hills


    One of the top ten doggie parks in North America, Shaggy Pines Dog Park, is located just around 20 miles away from Rockford in South Forest Hills. The park is an absolute doggie heaven featuring 20 acres of fenced areas where fur-babies can frolic around off-leash. Water fountains are placed around the fenced area, and there is a large, fun lake where doggies can cool down and swim! In this park, you can find plenty of toys scattered around and poop baggies for cleaning up your pooch's mess. There are also trails that you can explore with your pup! Make sure to look up the park's rules and regulations before visiting.

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    Population Density 593/sq mi

    #5 Southwest Lowell


    Located 22 miles from Rockford is yet another pawssible destination for you to take your pooch to play. Lowell Dog Park is completely free and open to the public, making it a great option for visitors! Separate areas for differently sized doggos are provided for maximum safety. If you go outside of the fenced area, you will find a small lake where dogs are allowed to swim. You don't have to worry about bringing water since there is a water fountain for pooches and humans. If it feels like your pooch is walking you, you can sit back in the seating areas and watch over your four-legged buddy. 

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