Dog walking in Red Springs

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Victor VRed Springs, NC 28377

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My name is Victor Vice, I am currently active Duty military. I love all animals, and being able to meet and play with them. I am 24. I have a 11 month old brindle Pitbull who is spoiled rotten. I love exercising and being able to relieve dog(s) pent up energy. If I’m not taking my pup on a run, we’re outside playing.

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull

Joseph SRed Springs, NC 28377

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“Don't settle for less, get the best from the rest!”

There's isn't anyone out there who can give you the feeling of security and comfort knowing your dog is safe, loved and cared for as much as I will. With 13 years of experience and over 1000 happy clients previously there isn't a better choice. Along with normal care I also have the knowledge to care for and handle dogs with special needs and temperaments.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Nikki RRed Springs, NC 28377

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As a passionate animal lover, I am on course of pursuing a career a veterinary technician. I love helping all dogs feeling their best while they are on my care. All shapes and all sizes are welcomed and loved with a full heart. I am apart of a transportation group that helps bring dogs (and cats) to their forever home. I have attended multiple training classes that helps with obedience and socializing. fitness. food. & fur babies

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

Chelsey SRed Springs, NC 28377

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Hi my names Chelsey and i have 10 plus years with all kinds of animals and i love to be apart of your animals life also . I am very caring and respectful towards any type of pet I treat them just like they are humans . I love playing , walking , giving belly rubs and making sure the fur babies are well taken are of , I will be looking forward to meeting all these new babies .

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Dog Walking in Red Springs

Red Springs still looks and feels like a small town, but it increasingly serves as a bedroom community for nearby Fayetteville and Fort Bragg. Less than 30 miles south of the city, Red Springs has access to both urban amenities and plenty of eastern NC forest and parkland. Right in town, there’s room to stretch in the grassy lawns around the ball field at Tom Cope Park.

Only 10 miles from Red Springs, the University of North Carolina at Pembroke campus is a sunny and safe spot for a run. With its 2-mile Hawk Walk Trail mapped out on the UNC-P website, the campus has a number of public artworks and scenic spots ready for Rover to sniff out. The nearest veterinarian is also in Pembroke, and emergency care is available at all hours of the day in Fayetteville, too.

Fayetteville itself offers plenty of creature comforts. If you’re just passing through Red Springs, you might consider the 23 pet-friendly hotels in the Fayetteville. The city also has 46 dog-friendly restaurants offering patio seating, including local favorites Huske Hardware House downtown and Salsa’s and Beer in Fort Bragg. The Main Post dog park in Fort Bragg has a fenced off-leash play area, a bit no-frills but certainly a nice place to work off dinner. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Red Springs

South of the Border

48
Population Density
1,299 per sq. mi.

South of the Border

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Have you ever wanted a photo of your dog in a sombrero? Here’s your chance! Drive 26 miles south of Red Springs and you’ll find something truly unique: South of the Border, one of the largest, weirdest rest stops the US interstate highway system. Opened in 1950 with a faux-Mexican theme to cater to tourists driving south on I-95 as they cross into South Carolina, this enormous motel/gas station/restaurant/mini-golf/gift-shop complex welcomes leashed dogs. There’s a variety of giant animal statues; we’re not sure why, but they’re great for kitschy photo ops. If Rover is good with stairs, he might even want to accompany you to the top of Pedro’s Sombrero, where an overlook awaits in the top of the giant mascot’s hat.

City Center

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,360 per sq. mi.

City Center

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A mere 27 miles away from Red Springs, the Fayetteville City Center is home to two must-visits for any dog lover: Riverside Dog Park and Woof Gang Dog Bakery. With fenced areas for big and little dogs, plus watering and waste stations, this public park is a great place for an off-leash frolic. Small children aren’t allowed in the dog park, but they can follow you into Woof Gang Dog Bakery where you'll find an array of handcrafted treats, specialty foods, and even canine fashion on display. If retail therapy isn't your taste, enjoy the pedestrian walkways and creekside trail at Festival Park.

Lumberton

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,400 per sq. mi.

Lumberton

24

Lumberton, North Carolina is 30 miles south of Red Springs. The 142-acre Luther Britt Park in Lumberton is a lush green expanse with two different lakes and a network of well-maintained walking trails. The park also has a horseshoe pitch and picnic spots, plus a public boat launch and great canoeing for the water dogs in your household. For off-leash play, there’s also the grassy, inviting Lumberton Dog Park on Meadow Rd. Or, cozy up to an outdoor table at Jade Vine Restaurant. The artisan sandwiches, soups, and salads are a fresh way to refuel that are definitely good enough to share (and you know you can’t resist when he gives you those eyes.)

Orrum

12
Population Density
150 per sq. mi.

Orrum

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The main body Lumber River State Park is 37 miles south of Red Springs in the town of Orrum (although the northern boat launch for this river park is just 14 miles north of Red Spring in the town of Wagram and has a 3-mile trail of its own). In Orrum’s Princess Ann Access Area of the Lumber River State Park, you’ll find well-maintained walking trails including the 1.5-mile (one way) Princess Ann Trail. There’s also camping and a boat launch for canoes or kayaks. The black water of the Lumber River offers a truly wild and natural experience for you and your fur family. Stop in Lumberton on the way home to dine at one of several patio-seating restaurants that welcome dogs, including the spicy Thai Chili.

Southwest Elizabethtown

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Population Density
770 per sq. mi.

Southwest Elizabethtown

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Bladen Lakes State Forest, 40 miles from Red Springs, is the largest state forest in North Carolina at a whopping 33,000 acres. The lovely Jones Lake State Park, nestled inside Bladen Lakes, is sure to bring out the trailblazers in your fur family. The four-mile loop of Bay Trail is lined with trees and Spanish moss as it winds through the wetlands. If Rover's legs are too short for that, there's also the one-mile Cedar Loop Trail. The park has boating and swimming access in the dark water of Jones Lake. You can dine on the patio at Giorgio's Restaurant and Pizza in Elizabethtown near the park's entrance.