Dog walking in Rhodhiss

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Tyler GRhodhiss, NC

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I’m an animal lover. I’ve never lived in a house without at least one pet. I’ve been taking care of dogs since before I could really even take care of myself. I like to take about 20 minutes per walk to let the dog get some exercise too.

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs

Kayla WRhodhiss, NC

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Hi, I’m Kayla! I grew up in Ft. Lauderdale with two labs, golden retriever and two mixes. I currently have a shepherd mix and a collie/Italian sheepdog. I’ve loved dogs ever since I was little and I have experience with dogs of all sizes and ages, from 7lbs to 130lbs! I will treat your dog like my own and will make sure they’re happy and healthy.

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

Dog Walking in Rhodhiss

With a population of a little more than 1,000 people, Rhodhiss is a small town, but it has plenty of big opportunities and lots to do. Rhodhiss may only have one stoplight and one police officer, but it also has the lowest crime rate in all of Caldwell County. You'll find Rhodhiss in North Carolina in Caldwell and Burke Counties, and part of the Catawba River runs right through town. There are a lot of things that make Rhodhiss interesting, and one of the most special facts about the town is that it's where the material used in the first US flag on the moon was made!

There's a place in the heart of Rhodhiss on Catawba Avenue known as Lakeside Pizza and Tavern, and you and your dog won't want to miss it! This restaurant and tavern has dog-friendly seating outside where you can take in the sights from the banks of Lake Rhodhiss. You can sample several craft beers in their tavern, try a gourmet pizza from their menu, or grab a few slices at the buffet. Lakeside Pizza and Tavern also serves dishes like spaghetti, wings, and sandwiches. Once your appetite is satisfied, you and Sparky can hop in the car and head to a nearby dog park for even more fun!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rhodhiss

Mulberry Street

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
783 per sq. mi.

Mulberry Street

48

Once your puppy is over four months of age, the two of you can visit Redwood Dog Park in central Hudson, North Carolina. This off-leash park is part of Redwood Park, a city park that also has playgrounds, sports courts and fields, walking paths, and a pool. The spacious and clean dog park has lots of room for dogs of all sizes to run and play, and there's also a selection of agility equipment in the park. You'll also find shade structures, seating areas, and waste disposal supplies, but there's no water on-site. Other areas of Redwood Park are dog-friendly as well, but your dog must remain on leash.

Bethel Road

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
579 per sq. mi.

Bethel Road

36

Morganton is a city of about 17,000 people in Burke County, North Carolina, and the eastern edge of the town is only a 20-minute drive from Rhodhiss. There's an area in eastern Morganton known as Bethel, and it's home to the 15-acre Bethel Park. Inside the park, there are six picnic shelters, an 8/10-mile walking track, tennis and basketball courts, playgrounds, a disc golf course, and an off-leash dog park. The Bethel Bark Park is an enclosed area with separate sections for big and small dogs where pups can play off-leash. There are shade structures, tables, and waste disposal supplies in the park, but guests are asked to bring their own water.

North Conover

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
537 per sq. mi.

North Conover

24

In northern Conover, North Carolina, there's a 450-acre park that lies along one-mile of the Catawba River's shoreline, and it's only a half-hour drive from Rhodhiss. Riverbend Park also has 12 miles of trails, fishing, canoeing, and kayaking facilities, and an off-leash dog park. The Riverbend Dog Park makes up two acres of the park where your dog can explore wooded areas and open fields without a leash. You'll need a permit to visit this dog park, and there's no fresh water on-site. Your dog can also join you on the trails and other areas of Riverbend Park as long as they remain on a leash.

St. Stephens

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,555 per sq. mi.

St. Stephens

12

St. Stephens is an area adjacent to Hickory, North Carolina that's home to about 9,500 people and is located ruffly 20 minutes from Rhodhiss. In this area, you will find the beautiful St. Stephens Park. This nine-acre acre park has a one-acre off-leash space that allows dogs of all sizes to interact in the same area -- your big dog will meet some little friends! The St. Stephen's Dog Park has benches, shaded areas, and waste disposal supplies. Be sure to pick up a daily or annual pass before you visit the dog park. If you'd like, your dog can join you on the trails throughout St. Stephens Park when they're on a leash.

Curtis Bridge Road

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
331 per sq. mi.

Curtis Bridge Road

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The northeastern corner of Wilkesboro, NC is about 40 minutes from Rhodhiss. There's a place called Cub Creek Park in this area, and it has mountain bike trails, tennis and basketball courts, playgrounds, batting cages and baseball fields, and an off-leash dog park. The Hidden Oaks Dog Park is a one-acre off-leash space that includes separate enclosures for big and small dogs. There's also a covered seating area where pet parents can relax, as well as fire hydrants, watering stations, and waste disposal supplies. Other outdoor areas of Cub Creek Park are also dog-friendly as long as your pooch remains on a leash.