Dog walking in Chappaqua

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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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Alexa KChappaqua, NY

5.0

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Hello! My name is Alexa. I am an animal lover from birth, I had a Maltese-Pomeranian growing up. As I grew, my love for dogs grew with me, I now have experience with pit bulls, wheaten terriers, chiuhuas, puggles, etc! Rescue, no rescue, dogs who are not keen on other dogs, dogs who are shy or have been abused in the past. I am up for it all and would love to meet your favorite member of the family!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Elizabeth SChappaqua, NY

4.9

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I love dogs and they love me. I have been a loving and doting pet mom since I was 8. I have been pet sitting and dog walking for the past 5 years. I have walked dogs as large as Great Danes and as small as yorkies I have 2 English bulldogs and am very familiar with short nose dog breathing issues in the heat.

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Laura MChappaqua, NY

4.9

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My name is Laura. I am currently employed as a veterinary technician. I have been working with animals over the past 20 years. I have experience working in animal shelters, rescue facilities, animal hospitals and of course dog walking as well as dog sitting and cat sitting. I currently own two cats and a bunny.

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Marie DChappaqua, NY

4.9

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I've been a Wag walker for about 2 years now, I love dogs and thoroughly enjoy walking/spending time with them! If I get the chance to walk your pup, please feel free to leave feedback!

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Eddie HChappaqua, NY

4.9

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Hi my name is Eddie .l would like very much to walk and care for your pup! I have owned and cared for many different breeds. I will care for your dog as if it were my own.

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

Raymond SChappaqua, NY

4.9

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When I was young I always hanged around dogs I didn't know. I was short in height and the dogs were bigger than me but they all walked around with me with no leash even though I didn't know them they were my furry friends. If the dog wants to walk left I go left if the dog wants to make a right turn I will go right. I'm not here to discipline the dogs I'm here to let the dog have as much fun as possible and be as safe as possible. If the dog is lonely I will take away that loneliness but giving the dog plenty attention.

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Robert SChappaqua, NY

4.9

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Hi, I’m Bob- I’ve been an animal lover all my life. I grew up in Irvington, NY with a Boxer named Rudy and a Poodle named Pepe. I’ve been walking dogs in Westchester County for 5 years and now that I live in Connecticut I’d like to continue. I have experience with dogs of all ages and sizes, from walking 5 yorkies at a time to one big 13-year-old Akita named Yoshi. At home, I have an 8-year-old English Bulldog named Vito and a 7-year-old Golden Doodle named Hazel. I will treat your dogs as if they were my own. And as always “SAFETY FIRST”

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Jayli DChappaqua, NY

4.9

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“Experienced dog walker/trainer with references.”

My name is Jayli, I’m 20 years old, and I have been around different variations of animals such as dogs, cats, bunnies, squirrels, sugar gliders, reptiles, and many more. I currently am a dog mom to my wonderful Chiweenie, Ace. My experience with breeds range from as big as a bull mastiff to as small as a chihuahua. I’ve cared for dog for well over 10 years. I also rescue and train animals. I look forward to meeting you and your furry friends!

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Andrew DChappaqua, NY

4.9

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Hi, I'm Andrew. I was a dog walker for a company for 2 years and left to pursue a career as a dog trainer. I joined Wag! to keep my schedule flexible and earn some extra money while doing dog training too. One thing I like to mention is that I see each dog as a unique individual with their own personality and I try make my interactions with each one just as unique.

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Elizabeth DChappaqua, NY

4.8

(750)

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“Furries are my fans!”

Hi! I'm Elizabeth, I love dogs and spending time with them playing, walking, cuddling, and everything in between! I have experience in grooming, doggie daycare, as a veterinary assistant, pet sitting, administering subcutaneous injections, animal CPR, and dog walking (I also love and care for cats, and will care for any type of companion animal besides venomous spiders or snakes).

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Dog Walking in Chappaqua

Chappaqua is a hamlet within the town of New Castle that is primarily a bedroom community about 30 miles north of New York City. In the past, this small town was a farming community that also used the water power of the Saw Mill River and Roaring Brook to power corn-grinding and oil-making mills. When the railroad came to town, residents began making the commute to Manhattan to work. Luckily for the outdoors-loving humans and their doggos, Chappaqua features several natural resources and is surrounded by other communities that do as well.

One such attraction is the North County Trail, a 22-mile paved rail-trail with trailheads in Somers and Mount Pleasant. Accessible for hiking, in-line skating and cycling, the trail is wheelchair-accessible as well. Your fur-pup is welcome to walk it with you on leash and enjoy the woods and meadows you’ll find, along with their resident critters and birds. As the trail moves southward, it connects with the South County Trail which travels to the boundary of the Bronx.

Should your fur-pup need medical attention while you’re in the area, there is one veterinary hospital in Chappaqua, and several others in nearby Mt. Kisco and Mount Pleasant, and an emergency animal clinic in Pleasantville as well. They are ready to get your furry bestie well and wagging again!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chappaqua

Chappaqua Town Center

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Population Density
806 per sq. mi.

Chappaqua Town Center

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The Town Center neighborhood of Chappaqua is home to dog-friendly Whippoorwill Park, a 167-acre piece of land that is dotted with rocky outcroppings, mold-covered boulders and old felled trees, but whose trails are well-worn and maintained. The park is wooded, with the trail opening out into clearings from time to time, but mostly coursing through the thick trees. The terrain is somewhat flat with the occasional steep hill that makes the walk interesting, but not over-tiring for you and your 4-legged friend. The trail is marked with informational signs that point out and explain some of the features you’ll come upon, such as a beaver dam, and maybe even a beaver! Arf! The Town Center is also host to 3 restaurants clustered together on King St, all pup-friendly with outside tables. Le Jardin du Roi is, as the name implies, a French bistro that serves breakfast., lunch and dinner with menu items like escargot alongside house-made BBQ! Waka Asian Bistro has casual Asian cuisine covered, and the Bagel Emporium serves bagels and every possible thing that can be made with bagels. With this selection, be sure to drop by one or all three with your best furry buddy!

Millwood/ Glendale

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
571 per sq. mi.

Millwood/ Glendale

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The Millwood/Glendale neighborhood hosts the Gedney Park Off Leash Dog Area, where fur-pups can romp and cavort without being tethered to their humans during the morning, but on leash other times. There are trails that loop around, interconnecting with each other, but before 10 a.m., dogs that wander can go virtually anywhere they like. Most of the individual trails are short, but it’s easy to connect your walk to several and manage a few miles. Crisscrossing the property are streams that are perfect for Fido to cool off and get a refreshing drink, and a large lake for actual wading and swimming - how pawsome! Gentle hills and varying terrain make this the perfect place fore a bit of exercise in the fresh air!

Stanwood

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Population Density
951 per sq. mi.

Stanwood

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The Stanwood neighborhood of Chappaqua is where you’ll find the dog-friendly Choate and Pinecliff Audubon Sanctuaries. Choate is 32 acres of forest surrounded by a residential area, with trails that take you past rocky outcroppings and up or around rolling hills. Fido is welcome to join you for a hike on leash around and over old stone walls, and in 4 separate loops that are joined together to total about a mile. The Pinecliff Sanctuary features a wheelchair accessible boardwalk over a swamp inside its 7-acre plot of land. Here, if you’re lucky, you’ll see green herons that come here to hunt frogs and tadpoles, along with many other species of birds that call the sanctuary home or use it as a haven during their migratory travels. In the spring, the peepers make their presence known and you may see snakes as well.

Scarborough

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Population Density
1,104 per sq. mi.

Scarborough

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Briarcliff Manor’s Scarborough neighborhood contains the dog-friendly Hardscrabble Wilderness Area Trail, a 3.5-mile path through wooded areas full of wildflowers and accessible year-round. Fido will love the marked loop trail with its small hills and stone walls, while sniffing, listening and watching for birds and small mammals along the way. Besides hiking, he can join you for mountain biking and, in the winter, snowshoeing. Fallen trees and streams provide some interesting features to explore, and the streams provide some splashing and drinking water for those warm summer days. Grab Fido and his leash and heads on over to Hardscrabble for a pawrrific walk!

Pocantico Hills/ Archville

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Population Density
7,511 per sq. mi.

Pocantico Hills/ Archville

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This neighborhood in Pleasantville, adjacent to Chappaqua, is home to the Graham Hills Park Trail, a 3.6-mile dog-friendly hike through woodlands. Fido must be leashed but that won’t diminish his enjoyment of the sights, smells and sounds he’ll find here. You’ll likely encounter mountain bikers along this trail, along with small mammals and many varieties of birds. The park that hosts the trail conveniently provides waste bags for picking up after your dog, as well as receptacles to put them in. There are streams for swimming, splashing and drinking, and if you’re hungry and thirsty after your walk, check in to Risotto Jack’s Italian Restaurant for some delicioso food and beverages. You can let Fido join you at one of their outside tables and share your meal with him! Mangia!