Dog walking in Zirconia

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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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“Wanna spoil your baby? Say yes to me!”

Hi! My name is Faith and I’m ready to spoil your furry family member! I have been walking dogs for about five years now. I also have six fur babies of my own that get all the love and the best belly rubs! While you’re away, you can rest easy knowing that your baby is in great hands with me! I will send photos to you and make sure everything is done just the way you want it. :)

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“I'm there for your dog as if he/she were my own!”

I've loved dogs my entire life. I strive to be a good dog person, meaning I try to assist friends in training and gladly help out when needed. I have not met a dog I didn't like and vice versa. I have always had dogs of my own and made sure they were trained and socialized.

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Specialties

Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Socialization training, Potty training

Dog Walking in Zirconia

Zirconia is a small community located in North Carolina that got its name from the valuable deposits of zircon in the area. The closest veterinary hospitals in the area include the one in Flat Rock, around three miles from Zirconia, and three hospitals in Hendersonville, ruffly ten miles away.

Although Zirconia doesn't have any dog-friendly restaurants and accommodations, the good news is that Hendersonville has quite a lot of both. If you need a place to stay, you can choose from more than 30 hotels, resorts, campgrounds and more, where your pooch is welcome to curl up next to you! Hendersonville also offers over 20 dog-friendly restaurants that welcome canine customers to chow down with their owners.

Just around 25 miles away from Zirconia, you and Fido can shop 'til you drop at over 75 shops inside the Asheville Outlets! Certain stores allow leashed doggie shoppers to sniff out some new treats with you. There is even a doggie area inside where pups can do their business. This experience will be pawmazing for both of you, especially if you're looking for something fun to do in the winter. Need a summertime activity? Visit the Burntshirt Vineyards, around 11 miles from Zirconia, where you can taste from a wide selection of wines. Your pup is allowed to join you even in the tasting rooms!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Zirconia

Zirconia

48
Population Density
84 per sq. mi.

Zirconia

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SkyTop Orchard is a place that you pawsolutely have to visit if you plan on going to Zirconia! This rich orchard has a "pick-your-own" policy where you can pick out juicy fruits on your own, or you can choose from a wide variety of prepackaged grapes, apples, pears, and pumpkins. A lot of jams, honey, gift baggies, donuts, and other treats will make you glad you visited! Your pup can follow you everywhere through the orchards as long as he's well-behaved and on-leash! You and your pooch can explore the extensive grounds of the orchard and see a bamboo forest, a couple of ponds, meet barnyard animals, and hang around with a lot of other doggie visitors!

Druid Hills

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,762 per sq. mi.

Druid Hills

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It doesn't matter if you have a small or a large doggo, if you need a place where those two can play separately, head around 9 miles north of Zirconia and you will find Pets' Own Place. The park is located next to Mud Creek, just a couple of miles outside Hendersonville's Druid Hills neighborhood. Cool water is provided by a water spout, and waste baggies are available as well. Your dog will surely meet some doggie friends here, and while waiting, you can relax on the benches provided. Parking is also available close to the park for your convenience.

East Mills River

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
180 per sq. mi.

East Mills River

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Just around 19 miles away from Zirconia, you can visit the Mills River Dog Park, located in the eastern part of Mills River. The sections are divided for doggies under 25 lbs and over 25 lbs. The ground has a grassy part and a gravel part, plus a little sidewalk. The park is fairly large, very well-maintained, and provides fresh water. Waste baggies are also provided for cleaning up your pooch's messes. For the loving dog pawrents, there are shaded seating areas and restrooms near the park. Additionally, your pup can enjoy playing with other furry babies on the obstacles in the park.

Chimney Rock State Park

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Chimney Rock State Park

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Hanging around in enclosed doggie areas can get a bit boring and repetitive. If you're seeking something a little more adventurous, you should consider grabbing your dog by the paw and heading to Chimney Rock State Park! The place can be found 26 miles away from Zirconia. The only place that doggos are not allowed is the elevator. All other areas are open to pooches as long as they are on a shorter than a 6ft leash. There are plenty of trails that vary in difficulty that you can take your dog on as long as you clean after them. Water is available, and the scenic views, waterfall, and picnic areas will make sure you and your pup have a pawesome time!

Flat Rock

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
388 per sq. mi.

Flat Rock

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Pulliam Creek Trail is a moderate trail that you can experience in the company of your pup, and it's located around 11 miles away from Zirconia. The trail is located near Flat Rock, and it's a 5.7-mile long trail out and back. Doggies will enjoy this hike on a hot day since there is a river where they can cool off. The trail can be steep in places, and it's not considered to be a kid-friendly trail. (It is fur-kid-friendly, however!) If you're feeling more adventurous you can even kayak the river! Doggies have to be on-leash while hiking, and you have to clean up their messes as a responsible doggie pawrent.

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