Dog walking in St Peters

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Hi! My name is Ronald and I was born in Lima, Peru. I have loved and cared for dogs of all sizes and breeds since I was a child, so I’m very experienced with providing the proper care for your dog.

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“The Dogwalker”

I have been around dogs all my life. I worked as a professional pet groomer when my husband was in the Air Force. I have rescued and found homes for 7 dogs over the years. I started my own pet sitting business when I lived in Birmingham. I now live in Sugar Hill with my Labradoodle Maya and my Schnoodle Sophia. I love dogs and cannot wait to meet yours.

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker

Dog Walking in St Peters

Looking to explore a town that's truly gone to the dogs? Look no further than Saint Peters, Missouri, which boasts a large canine population, top-notch parks, and an array of recreational opportunities perfect for your four-legged friend.

St. Peters is home to the Rotary Club Dog Park. As a members-only park, this off-leash area charges a small annual fee for residents and non-residents. The Rotary Club Dog Park offers a multitude of amenities to make sure your pooch has the time of their life, ranging from nature trails, separate fenced-in off-leash areas, and a dock for swimming access.

Local trails include the Busch Greenway. Almost five miles long, this paved path offers wheelchair access and ends at the Missouri Research Park - perfect for an evening walk with Fido. Nearby Centennial Greenway is currently 3.5-miles long, but is being built to span 20 miles. While the latter sections of this path provide access to cultural and artistic attractions, the earlier portion connects to the Creve Coeur Park Trail, which boasts scenic glimpses into Missouri's more rural areas.

One of the longest rails-to-trails projects in the entire country, the Katy Trail State Parks runs alongside St. Peters. Over 200 miles long, a wide variety of landscapes and historic locations can be seen from the path, including the massive Missouri River and centuries-old farmlands. It's clear that Saint Peters is a town with much to do, especially if you're trying to do it with your beloved furry companion.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in St Peters

Mexico Road/ Outer Road

48
Population Density
5,506 per sq. mi.

Mexico Road/ Outer Road

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If you’re traveling with a furry friend  and need a place to sleep in Saint Peters, you have a couple of pawsome options in the Mexico Road and Outer Road neighborhood. For a small fee, Drury Inn allows two dogs of any size to stay the night. Your pup can rest up and be energized for the next fun filled day. Extended Stay America is also in the area. Furry guests can take a load off their paws in one of the many pet friendly rooms at this hotel.  It doesn’t matter if your pooch is tiny or large, as Extended Stay welcomes well behaved dogs of all shapes and sizes.

City Center

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,165 per sq. mi.

City Center

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The City Center neighborhood is home to Saint Peter’s only off leash dog park. Pack up your pup and  head over to the Rotary Club Dog Park for some doggone good runnin’ around. Your canine companion will appreciate the chance to let loose and explore this open grassy area. Keep in mind, this park is for members only. Fill out an application at the City of St. Peter’s beforehand or you’ll have one sad puppy dog on your hands. Right next to the dog park is 370 Lakeside Park. With 140 acres of recreational fun, this park is a perfect place to spend quality time with your furry friend.


Mid Rivers Mall Drive and Ohmes Road

24
Population Density
6,107 per sq. mi.

Mid Rivers Mall Drive and Ohmes Road

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If your hound is eager to get outside, grab a leash and check out Rabbit Run Park in the Rivers Mall Drive and Ohmes Road neighborhood. Follow the trails around this 19 acre park while letting your dog sniff and explore the new terrain. Since there are ball diamonds, soccer fields and a pavilion, there should be plenty of two legged friends for your canine friend to meet. For more athletic action, cross the bridge over Dardenne Creek to the Woodlands Sports Park. This adjacent park boasts eight ball diamonds, eight soccer fields, a playground, two concession stands, and two fishing lakes. No bones about it, your pup will have plenty to check out at this park!


Service Road/ Salt Lick Road

12
Population Density
5,846 per sq. mi.

Service Road/ Salt Lick Road

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Dardenne Park is nestled in the Service Road and Salt Lick Road area. This suburban oasis has a trail that meanders through a wooded area and along the Dardenne Creek. Let your pup stop and dip her paws in the cool water. She might catch a glimpse of a minnow or crawdad. The path leads to a playground that sits in the middle of the park. Take a rest on the bench and enjoy the shade. If your furry friend isn’t ready to go home, continue on the Dardenne Greenway Trail. This three mile trail follows the creek down to the Woodland Sport Park. Your four legged friend will love this pupperific walk!


Willott Road/ Jungermann Road

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Population Density
5,895 per sq. mi.

Willott Road/ Jungermann Road

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Dogs living in the Willott Road and Jungermann Road neighborhood are sure to love an afternoon walk to the City Centre Park. With over 75 acres of natural landscape, this park is the perfect place for your pup to get those four legs moving. Wander through the shade trees and let Fido search for squirrels, or stop by the decorative waterfall. Don’t worry if he gets dirty,  as Sudsy’s Muddy Paw Wash is nearby. Locally owned and operated, this DIY dog wash has a variety of soaps available to get your dog’s coat clean. The Dog Spa is also in the area. Book an appointment for a full service groom and your pup will look pawsitively fetching!

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