Dog walking in Oneonta

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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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Hi, my name is Celia and I'm a sophomore in college! I'm a huge animal person and have an eight year old collie/corgi rescue dog named Joy and a three year old cat named Simon at home. I've volunteered at the SPCA and loved spending time with the dogs my friends would have me petsit for. I'd love to help out by taking your pups out for a walk or to play when you aren't able to, and if you have any special requests, I'm happy to assist. I look forward to meeting you and your fur baby! :)

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Can run with dogs, Fast walker

Dog Walking in Oneonta

Oneonta is known for their geographical outcroppings, known as The Table Rocks. It's more than just one natural wonder--Oneonta is a remarkably dog-friendly city, with plenty of dog friendly activities and dining options. What else would you expect from a city with three vets.

Sweet Fog Frozen Yogurt is just the first tasty treat to eat in Oneonta, where customizable frozen yogurt can be eaten at dog-friendly outdoor seating. 

Table Rock Loop is a great way to stretch your legs and challenge your dog in Oneonta. This 1.5 mile loop path has some challenging moments, but the path as a whole is a moderate hike. You have a great view of Oneonta from the highest elevations. Leashed dogs are welcome on this trail

If you prefer parks, check out the Oneonta Sports Park! This park has a variety of sports fields and tennis courts. Your dog will prefer just walking through the meadows and along the paths! 

Oneonta has the dog-friendly accommodations you're looking for. Super 8 Oneonta and Holiday Inn Oneonta Cooperstown both allow pets to stay for a small fee. If you'd prefer to RUFF it a little, the Susquehanna Trail Campground is a cost effective alternative that allows dogs at their campsites! 

Come for Oneonta's great natural beauty, sit and stay for how easy it is to be a dog-lover!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oneonta

West End

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West End

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Driving out to the West End neighborhood of Oneonta is totally worth it if your reward is lunch or dinner at Undercover Eggplant CO. This whimsically named restaurant is a pupular haunt in Oneonta because it delivers with flavor and atmosphere. This causal Italian eatery serves fantastic garlic eggplant pizza as a house speciality. If you're not sold, you can choose from a large menu of more traditional pizzas, plus soups, salads, and sandwiches. Their outdoor seating welcomes dogs to sit by your side. You can't come to West End without stopping here for a bite that's worth barking about!

Central Oneonta

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Central Oneonta

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Central Oneonta is hopping! There's a great park and three dog-friendly restaurants to choose from in one of the busier neighborhoods in Oneonta. Neahwa Park is an extremely large park with multiple attractions. From the skate park to the expansive sports fields, this park always has something to do, see, or sniff! Green Earth is a casual cafe that serves up breakfast, lunch, and early supper items in addition to juices and smoothies. Asian Temptation brings Asian fusion cuisine to the next level, and welcomes to dogs to their pet friendly outdoor tables. If you're just in the mood for a sweet treat, Golden Guernsey Ice Cream which has outdoor tables and a dog-friendly menu option for your pup!

Linden Ave

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Linden Ave

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Nina's Restaurant in the Linden Avenue neighborhood of Oneonta is a must-eat while you're in the area. Load up your pup and head to their small patio seating area to eat with your dog. The food at Nina's is Italian comfort food elevated with fresh ingredients and real, authentic flavors. Whether you're looking for a classic pasta dish, or a pizza that will appear in your dreams later, Nina's Restaurant knows just what to serve you. They also have soups, sides, hot sandwiches, and classic hot appetizers. They're open for lunch and dinner, but call ahead to be sure there's a patio table available!

Wilber Park

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Wilber Park

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Wilber Park is a park located in the Wilber Park neighborhood of Oneonta. This park is expansive! If you're looking for a place that will please everyone in the family, or you just want to get away from it all for a while, Wilber Park is the place for you. They have a public pool, large playground, and extensive sports fields. Basketball and tennis courts are scattered throughout the park. Your dog will enjoy the winding hiking and biking trails. As long as your pup is on leash, you can share the road with a variety of other park goers.

East Oneonta

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Meat is the featured dish at Brooks' House of BBQ in East Oneonta. Whether you like it smoked, fried, grilled, or BBQ'd, your meal will be tender, flavorful, and fall off the bone perfect. Wings are popular at this restaurant, but its their pulled pork that keeps people coming back again and again. They do have a variety of other items, from burgers to ribs to even salads. They also have a large outdoor seating area that's perfect for bringing your dog! Bowls of water are provided for canine diners. This is definitely a place that will have your pup begging for scraps!