Dog walking in Chanhassen

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Hello! My name is Logan Maher, it is a pleasure to be able to walk your dog. I am a huge animal lover, especially dogs. I believe all dogs should be loved and get the proper excerise needed daily. I am a very active person and I will walk or jog with your dog, whatever you prefer.

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I LOVE all dog breeds! I’ve grown up with dogs and currently have a rescue dog. I am very active and enjoy the outdoors. I would love to spend time with your pets !

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

Dog Walking in Chanhassen

Chanhassen is located about 20 miles southwest of Minneapolis. This pawtastic suburban community features five community/regional parks and 90 miles of trails. If you need professional services for your canine, you'll be able to find a veterinarian in town.

There's a furiffic trail that passes through Chanhassen. Pick up the Minnesota River Bluffs LRT Regional Trail off Great Plains Blvd. This crushed stone Rails-to-Trails pathway heads towards Chaska and Carver Bluffs. Enjoy a hike through area woods and wetlands with your special pal.

Take your pup for a hike around Rice Marsh Lake. Head to the parking lot off Erin Bay to connect with the paved pathway that loops around the wetland area. Dogs can join you on the trail, provided you pick up their waste and you keep them on a leash.

Head about six miles west of town to Carver Park Reserve Off-Leash Area. This 27-acre facility includes separate areas for small and large dogs. You'll need to obtain a day or annual pass by providing proof of vaccinations. Bring water and waste bags when you come.

For dog owners, the Chanhassen area offers some excellent pet-friendly outdoor recreation opportunities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chanhassen

Arboretum Village

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,072 per sq. mi.

Arboretum Village

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The Arboretum Village neighborhood is a residential community located to the north of the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum and on the shores of Lake Minnewashta. Walk down the road past wooded yards with your pup in this area. You can also head over to Lake Minnewashta Regional Park to let your special pal get some exercise and social time with other canines. There's an off-leash dog run here where your furry pal can play with other furry friends. Dogs need to be licensed and vaccinated, and you'll need an annual or daily vehicle pass for the park to use the facility.

Kerber

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Population Density
3,213 per sq. mi.

Kerber

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Kerber is a residential neighborhood in the heart of Chanhassen. There are quiet streets with single-family homes and sidewalks here where you and Fido can take a stroll together. If you want to go hiking in a natural setting, head over to Kerber Park. Dogs on a leash no longer than six feet are permitted on the trail that winds through this 27-acre park. Walk around the pond and through the woods with your four-footed friend. Make sure you bring water and waste bags to pick up your dog's droppings with you when you come here to stretch your legs.

Lake Lucy

24
Population Density
1,323 per sq. mi.

Lake Lucy

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Lake Lucy is a residential area with single-family homes by the lake. There are quiet streets where you and your pooch can enjoy a walk together. When you want to get some exercise and explore nature with your furry pal, head north to Lake Ann Park and take the trail that wanders along the eastern shore up to Greenwood Shores Park. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are allowed to accompany you on the city trails. Make sure you keep clear of the beach and other parts of the facility. You're required to clean up after your pooch, so bring along some waste bags.

Chanhassen Hills

12
Population Density
1,143 per sq. mi.

Chanhassen Hills

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Chanhassen Hills is a development of private residences in the southern part of Chanhassen. There are peaceful streets and some green space in this area where you and your pup can enjoy a walk together. For an extended hike, take the trail that starts off Barbara Court. This pathway heads north through woods and wetlands, then loops around the shore of Lake Susan. You're permitted to bring dogs with you on this pathway as long as you keep them on a leash that's no longer than six feet and you pick up any droppings. Make sure to bring water with you for your outing.

Reflections at Lake Riley

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Population Density
357 per sq. mi.

Reflections at Lake Riley

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The area around Reflections at Lake Riley includes streets with single family homes and apartments. There's a lovely community park with a walking path that you and your pup can use for exercise here. When you want to get out on the water with your pooch, take your boat to the Lake Riley Public Boat Ramp off Riley Lake Road. You and your special pal can also hike along the trail that loops through the park. Keep your furry friend on a leash and keep to the pathway while you're here. Remember to bring waste bags to clean up after your canine companion.

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