Dog walking in Brevard

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Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.

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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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Stephanie BBrevard, NC

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Hey there! My name is Stephanie and I can't wait to meet your pup! I grew up having dogs in my house and just recently adopted my own. I'm high energy, so taking pups for walks is right up my alley!

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Can run with dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Holly LBrevard, NC

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“The Woofer Hoofer”

I have had pets all my life & I have been a pup parent for over 20 years now. My dogs are like my children and I treat all dogs as if they were my own. I have been involved with animal rescue for many years now and have fostered dogs. I am also always volunteering to watch or walk my friends & families dogs too. Your trust and your dog's safety, while having all their needs & more met, is my utmost concern. I'd love the opportunity to meet with you and your dog(s) and be their new best friend.

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

Dog Walking in Brevard

Located in Transylvania County in North Carolina, Brevard borders the Pisgah National Forest. With five parks and two pawtastic trails within the city and easy access to state and national recreational facilities nearby, this area is a wonderful place for dogs and their owners. There are two veterinary clinics in the community where you can seek professional care for your canine companion.

One great place to go with your pup is the Brevard Greenway. This five-mile mixed-use trail is popular with area bikers, joggers, and walkers. You can start north of downtown, head past Brevard College and the former Carr Lumber Company, and finish at the Davidson River Parking lot. Dogs on a leash are allowed to join you on the trail.

If you want to go fishing with your furry friend, take your boat and head to Hap Simpson Park along Greenville Road and launch out into the French Broad River. You can also cast a line from shore in the park. Your special pal is free to join you as long as you keep him on a leash while in the area. 

Take your four-footed friend hiking at Hooker Falls, located about 13 miles east of Brevard. Explore the trails that wind past Little River and through the Dupont State Forest. Dogs on a leash are allowed in this facility.

With all these outdoor activities and more, Brevard is a great place to live or visit with your dog.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brevard

Waterford

48
Population Density
235 per sq. mi.

Waterford

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Located on the outskirts of the Pisgah National Forest, the neighborhood of Waterford is a quiet, residential area with open spaces for you to explore with Fido. Take your pup to the Bracken Preserve along Brushy Creek and get some exercise on one of the natural trails in this 395-acre facility. Select from a three-mile trail that follows the creek, or a longer trail that heads up Bracken Mountain and along Mackey Ridge. After you and your furry friend stretch your legs, take a break at the picnic area. Dogs on a leash are permitted in the preserve area. Make sure you pick up any messes.

Franklin Park

36
Population Density
1,548 per sq. mi.

Franklin Park

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Tucked between Brevard College and Main Street, the neighborhood of Franklin Park is a blend of residential and commercial property. In this area, you can stroll along tree-lined streets, or you can head to over South Broad Park on Broad Street to get some fresh air with your pooch. This lovely green space has a mixture of trees and open areas. Walk along the pathway that winds through the facility with your pup.  Dogs are permitted to join you on trails as long as you keep them on a leash. After you get a little exercise, stop by The Falls Landing Restaurant on Main Street for some surf and turf. Your canine companion is welcome to join you at a sidewalk table.

City Center

24
Population Density
2,102 per sq. mi.

City Center

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City Center in Brevard is a delightful district that includes historic landmarks, shopping, art galleries, and dining. Stroll along Main Street with your leashed pooch and take time to window shop the local businesses. Grab a bite to eat at Mayberry's and share some delectable homestyle cooking with your furry friend. This restaurant has dog-friendly sidewalk tables where Fido can lounge at your feet. Complete your day with a walk through Silvermont Park on the east end of the downtown district. Dogs are welcome accompany you on the paths that wind through this eight-acre park as long as you don't enter any of the buildings.

Big Bend Rd

12
Population Density
930 per sq. mi.

Big Bend Rd

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The residential neighborhood of Big Bend Rd is a furrific place for dogs and their owners. With easy access to the Davidson River Recreational Area, you'll be able to get out and explore the forest with your special pal. Enjoy scenic hiking or walking trails in the Pisgah National Forest. Bring along your rod and reel and go fishing with your pooch at your side. You can also extend your stay by setting up camp in the facility. Spots here are first-come-first-serve.  Dogs are allowed in the area as long as you keep them on a leash and you clean up after them.

Hudlin Gap

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Population Density
645 per sq. mi.

Hudlin Gap

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Located on the north end of Brevard, the neighborhood of Hudlin Gap is a pawesome place for pups and their owners. Here, you'll have access to the Coontree Loop Trail in the Pisgah National Forest. Hop on Highway 276 and drive west about six miles to connect to this hiking path. You and your pooch will have a moderately easy walk with a variation of landscapes as you loop past a creek, along a ridge, and across the mountainside. Dogs are permitted in the area and must be on-leash if you're visiting between April 1 and August 15. Make sure you bring along some water and waste bags to clean up after your pup.