Dog walking in Wilbur Park

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“Looking forward to walkin’ your Rover all over!”

I love dogs. I have spent 35 years teaching and coaching high school sports, it is time to retire and I am ready for a change of pace. I have rescued two dogs, one lived with me for 15 years and my current dog has been with me for 5 years. I enjoy exercising and training her. I enjoy the outdoors and I like to remain active. I understand the need to have someone who is reliable to take care of your pet when you cannot be there. I understand the needs of dogs, and enjoy their company.

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“Strong, compassionate walker”

My name is Sarah. I'm a young professional with a profound love of dogs. I've been dog sitting for friends, coworkers, and people in the St Louis area for about 3 years now, and I volunteer at a local animal shelter as a dog walker. I’ve met some truly amazing dogs during that time and I look forward to meeting yours.

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

Dog Walking in Wilbur Park

Wilbur Park, Missouri is a small village that is a part of the southern outskirts of St. Louis. Since it's so close to muttropolitan St. Louis, you and Fido are just a bone's throw away from dog-friendly fun in Wilbur Park!

In the mood for pizza and Italian food? Head on over to Fortel’s Pizza Den. This spot serves up many pizza options and classic Italian dishes. The whole family -- including the furry members! -- is welcome at one of their fifteen pet-friendly outdoor tables.

Another option is Robust Wine Bar. Robust offers an enchanting environment and a fantastic array of small-plated cuisine along with dog-friendly patio seating. You can sample cheeses from across the globe and enjoy creative shareables such as seared foie gras, Spanish meatballs, and crispy pork terrine. You can also partake in entrees like sirloin steak and sea scallops.

Looking for a trail? Check out Grant's Trail! Along this 8-mile asphalt trail, you’ll find access to several historical sites, including Grant’s Farm, home to the 1850s four-room log cabin that the famed general and president built, as well as White Haven, another home owned by Grant and now operated by the National Park Service.

Wilbur Park is a furrific place for pup parents to visit or live!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wilbur Park

St Louis Hills

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
6,770 per sq. mi.

St Louis Hills

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Just three to four miles northeast from Wilbur Park, you and Fido will be able to enjoy a pawtastic park. Take your special pal to Wilmore Park along the river to walk or jog the trails in the 105-acre park. The paths wind around two lakes, ball fields, pavilions and more. Bring along some lunch and enjoy a picnic in the park. After you and your pup spend some time together, take him over to the Southwest City Dog Park located within this vast facility. Let your pooch romp and play off-leash with other canines in the fenced area. An annual membership is required for the dog park, and your pal needs to be up to date on vaccinations.

Mackenzie

36
Population Density
4,899 per sq. mi.

Mackenzie

36

In the village of Mackenzie, located about 3 miles north of Wilbur Park, you and Fido can access the River des Peres Greenway for some outdoor recreation. This paved trail stretches for 7.6 miles from the metrolink station in Shrewsbury Lansdown to Lemay and Carondelet Parks. With flat and gently sloping areas on the pathway, you’ll be able to walk or jog with your four-footed pal to get some fresh air and exercise. If you want a quiet spot for a picnic, head over to Mackenzie Hills Park. Dogs are permitted in these city parks as long as they’re on a leash up to six feet long.

Central Crestwood

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,734 per sq. mi.

Central Crestwood

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Head about five miles west from Wilbur Park to the city of Crestwood to give your four-footed friend some pawesome of outdoor experiences. This fur-iendly city has seven community parks where you and Fido can stretch your legs together. Try out one of the area’s two largest facilities, Whitecliff Park or Crestwood Park, to find acres of green space and walking trails that you can explore with your pooch. Leashed dogs are welcome in the city parks. For some off-leash play time, head over to Kitun Dog Park and let your canine companion romp in the two-acre, fenced facility. There are separate play areas for large and small pups.

Concord

12
Population Density
2,686 per sq. mi.

Concord

12

Directly to the west of Wilbur Park, you and Fido can find some pupful outdoor recreation in the community of Concord. Head over to Officer Blake C. Snyder Memorial Park and go jogging or walking on the trails that wind through the park. You can select from seven different pathways within this 117-acre facility. Walk along Bottom Lands Trail by the banks of Gravois Creek with your furry friend. This trail links with Grants Trail, an 8-mile paved pathway that runs through the county. Dogs are permitted in the park and on the trail as long as they are on a leash up to six feet long and you pick up after them.

Wilbur Park

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Population Density
5,832 per sq. mi.

Wilbur Park

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Wilbur Park is a small residential neighborhood located southwest of St. Louis. In this quiet area, you and your four footed-pal can enjoy a walk along the tree-lined streets. Take Fido up Mathilda Avenue to Mathilda-Welmering Park where you can explore the outdoors. This small facility has a playground, fields, and a place to have a little picnic. Dogs are welcome in the park provided you keep them on a leash no longer than six feet and you pick up their waste. After you get your exercise, head over to Mr. Wizard Frozen Custard and sample a treat at one of the pet-friendly outdoor tables.

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