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Busy pet parents sometimes need a hand when it comes to ensuring their pup is getting the potty breaks and exercise they need. That's where Wag! comes in! Local Cherokee, NC dog walkers are background checked and registered on the Wag! platform, ready to take your dog on an adventure when you need them. Your dog can make a friend in the neighborhood, and you can re-book with the same dog walker easily in the app. Cherokee, NC has "pawlenty" of parks and neighborhoods that your dog is itching to explore!

The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Cherokee

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Central Gatlinburg

Gatlinburg, Tennessee is just a paw’s pitter patter away from Cherokee, and there are a number of things you could do in the area. Special attention should be paid to the central area of the city, where you’ll find the Village Shops! A small locale, the Village Shops are a group of small specialty stores where you can buy any number of fun souvenirs. It’s advised, if you have a small dog, to bring a doggy stroller along so your pup won’t have any problem gaining entry to most of the stores, aside from Simply Animals, a pet store where leashes suffice.

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park

In southwest Gatlinburg, you’ll find the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The park is home to many trails, though it is worth noting that most do not allow you to bring your furry friend. Just the same, leashed dogs are welcome on the Gatlinburg Trail as well as the Oconaluftee River Trail and the campgrounds. Pack a lunch and bring your pup for a picnic at one of the tables available. Be prepared to pick up after your pooch, and keep them on a leash at all times. You’ll have plenty to do in spite of the park's restrictions.

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West Gatlinburg

While in Gatlinburg, make your way towards the western area of the city, and discover the Gatlinburg Sky Lift. As the name implies, the Gatlinburg Sky Lift takes you to the top of the mountain in one of their lift cars -- best of all, you’re allowed to bring your doggy along! Keep a close eye on your pup, and you can enjoy the scenery with your best pal as you make your way higher and higher into the sky. You’ll need to keep your pup secured, but the sights you’ll see on this adventure can’t be beat by a long shot!

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Blue Ridge Parkway

If you and your daredevil doggy are the type who love a good adventure, your precious pup will thank you for bringing them to Waterrock Knob Trail, located in the Blue Ridge Parkway. In this stunning location, you’ll find a hiking trail a little over a mile long that will certainly test you and your canine companion's endurance. Scale inclines, make your way over or around large rocks, and strike a trail to the lookout point at the very tip-top. Be sure to bring water for you and Fido, and be prepared for a fun path ahead!

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East Franklin

Last but certainly not least on your doggy to-do list is making a trip to East Franklin, back in North Carolina. Here, you’ll find a beautiful dog park with all the amenities one could ask for. Big Bear at Little Tennessee River Parkway is almost beyond words. With a long, paved sidewalk along the river for you to walk your leashed dog, you’ll have a place to stretch your legs before letting your pup run dog wild in the designated dog park area. It's separated into two sections for large and small dogs; just be sure to bring plenty of water and doggy waste bags.

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