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Browse Wagram, NC dog walkers to find a Caregiver that can provide the best pet care for your dog — whether your pup is a major sniffing machine and needs a patient walker, or loves to pull full force and needs someone strong to hold the leash. Dog walkers on the Wag! platform are waiting to take your furry friend on a walk around Wagram, NC so you don't have to stress about pet care. The app even notifies you when your dog poops or pees along the way!

The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Wagram

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Raeford

The town of Raeford, just 10 miles away from Wagram, is a friendly community that's great to explore on foot. Raeford is the home of Robbins Heights Park. Though there are no dedicated walking trails, you can stretch out on the grassy lawns or explore the ball fields and picnic areas. Tree-shaded sidewalks line Raeford’s downtown historic district, and the peaceful McDuffie Park is the perfect place for a jog or a quick game of fetch. Got a problem child? Outside of Raeford is the Midway Dog Academy, where the expert trainers can help your pups work on their people skills. 

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Jack Britt

An easy 23-mile drive from Wagram is the lovely Lake Rim Park in the Jack Britt neighborhood of Fayetteville. The leafy park welcomes on-leash dogs on their nature trails and at the picnic areas, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, and the other recreation spots in this serene setting. Please remember the waste bags, though! For an even more dog-centric environment, head a few blocks south to the Blessed Oasis Dog Park. Membership is required (including a temperament test, proof of vaccination, and monthly maintenance fee), but the effort is worth it for this fenced 5-acre paradise stocked with toys and agility training equipment.

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Pembroke city center

Just 20 miles south of Wagram is the lovely campus of University of North Carolina at Pembroke, traversed by the 2-mile Hawk Walk Trail. Maps are available on the UNC-P website. Keep an eye out for campus landmarks like the Arrowhead and Lowry Bell Tower as well as for the many works of sculpture, and be sure to bring waste bags just in case. There are some great lawns for playing fetch, too. You can grab some canine-safe carbs to gnaw on the patio of Einstein Brothers’ Bagels, located on UNC's campus in the city center of Pembroke.

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Fort Bragg

Thirty miles from Wagram, Fort Bragg’s Main Post Bark Park is worth a quick stop to frolic off some extra energy. Though regulars say the park lacks shade for hot summer afternoons, the Main Post does have running water, waste disposal supplies, and  separate areas for small and large dogs. To make the drive worth it, be sure to stop at local hot-spot Salsa’s and Beer nearby. This high-end Mexican restaurant features an innovative menu, and a dog-loving staff waiting to serve your family on the comfy patio. And if you happen to drop a few tortilla chips, we're sure Rover won’t mind!

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City Center

Thirty-five miles from Wagram, Downtown Fayetteville has a whopping 46 dog-friendly restaurants that offer outdoor seating. Doggos will especially like the veteran-owned Huske Hardware House, a brewery and restaurant with a British theme. The regulars praise their dog-loving staff and the enclosed patio (to be sure nobody wonders off into the parking lot). You can earn the calories with a run at the Riverside Dog Park. The park is free and offers a watering station with large and small dog areas, but note that kids under 12 cannot enter the fenced dog areas. If Rover is a very, very good boy at the park, consider a stop off at Woof Gang Dog Bakery on your way home.

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