Dog walking in Sherrill

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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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Taryn JSherrill, NY

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Hello! I am a walker with a variety of experience—I earned my degree in Animal Behavior and have worked as a dog trainer doing obedience, agility, and scent training. I also have experience working in a dog daycare and pet sitting and walking. I love all kinds of dogs, big and small! I look forward to meeting your pups :)

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience

Rebecca CSherrill, NY

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“Have been, and forever will be a dog lover.”

I grew up on a farm with many animals. I also have dog sat many dogs; one of them was a St Bernard, for 2 weeks, whos family was in the hospital after their home burnt down. My best friend (a miniature Jack Russell) passed around the same time I moved away for college and I can only have a Guinea pig in my apartment.I love all animals, from a hamster to a horse, but my favorite are dogs.I currently go to college at SUNY SCCC and miss my dog and farm alot, I have alot of love to give to your pup!

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Training experience

Bridget BSherrill, NY

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“Exercise is medicine”

I have been a dog owner and caring for other owner's pets for over 10 years. I love dogs and ensuring they have the exercise that they deserve is something that is very important to me. I a bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology and currently am pursuing a degree in physical therapy. I have a passion for helping humans and dogs improve themselves physically and emotionally through physical activity and human interaction. I look forward to meeting your dog!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Puppy care, Training experience

Kerri WSherrill, NY

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Hi! I’m Kerri, a current college student in New York. Back at my house upstate, I have a dog (who I miss very much). I absolutely love dogs and I can’t wait to get to know all kinds of dogs on walks! Before my current dog, Arnie, I had a beagle when I was young. From these two, I have experience with both senior dogs and puppies. In high school I also worked at a veterinary hospital.

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Gabrielle BSherrill, NY

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Hi! My name is Gabby and I am 21 year old college student who has had dogs my entire life. I have two of my own dogs, miniature dachshunds (Bailey and Winston), but also have owned and had lots of experience with big dogs as well. I am known to all of my close friends and family as the ultimate dog person and I can't wait to meet you and your pup!

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Dog Walking in Sherrill

Upstate New York is home to many beautiful little towns where the Appalachian Mountain views are simply breathtaking, and Sherrill is one of them.  Nestled between the bigger cities of Rome and Oneida, Sherrill is a beautiful little area that people flock to for peace and quiet with the security of knowing they have everything they need just a few minutes' drive away.

While Sherrill is a wonderful place to explore upstate New York's beauty, there are no pet-friendly hotels here, but you can quickly find many in nearby Rome, less than a 15-minute drive away, and Oneida, just a five-minute drive down the road.  

Sherrill, with a population density of 646, has the designation of being the least populated city in the state, which also makes it the perfect place to get away from it all.  While you are visiting, check out Noyes Park, where, if there are no baseball games going on, you and Fido can see the stunning vista of the heart of Sherrill on a stroll through the park.

In case Fido has an emergency, so you will always be able to find help when you need it at the nearly ten vet clinics located between Rome and Oneida, and between those two cities and Sherrill, you will find lots to see, do, and eat!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sherrill

Riverdale

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
466 per sq. mi.

Riverdale

48

Upstate New York offers many places for Fido to enjoy just fifteen miles down the road from Sherrill in Rome.  The Rome Bark Park is a pawesome place to let your four-legged friends play without a leash.  However, you will need to plan ahead because to access the park, you will need to apply for a permit. Once you are approved, you can access the park when it is open with the key you are given. Even though Fido can play unleashed, you must have a leash on hand.  Only two dogs per owner are allowed, and no more than fifteen dogs total at a time can be on the property.

Delta Lake

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
466 per sq. mi.

Delta Lake

36

The glorious Adirondack Mountains can be experienced right around bend from Sherrill by visiting Delta Lake State Park.  This park is an excellent place for dogs to play, located on a peninsula extending into Delta Reservoir, with flat, wooded areas leading to many hiking and nature trails.  When you and Fido have worked up an appetite, you can picnic in the pavilion areas. General rules for animals are that household pets are allowed, but they must be caged or on a leash no more than 6 feet long.  However, they are not allowed in the bathing areas.  The rest of the park is Fido-friendly!

Central Rome

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
466 per sq. mi.

Central Rome

24

Just a few miles outside of Sherrill is the bigger city of Rome, where you will find plenty to keep Fido occupied.  Multiple pet-friendly hotels are located here, as well as many restaurants where Fido is welcome. The locals highly recommend that you try the pizza that makes New York famous at DiCastro's Brick Oven.  You can also browse their extensive menu of steak and seafood while you relax with Fido at one of the many outside dining tables. Down the street is Papa Rick's Snack Shack, with pet-friendly outdoor tables and delicious all-American burgers, shakes, subs, and appetizers, for those looking to experience casual dining.

East Oneida

12
Population Density
194 per sq. mi.

East Oneida

12

Less than five miles from Sherrill is East Oneida, where you will find plenty of ways to explore upstate New York.  Stop at one of their pet-friendly restaurants to fuel up. The Korner Kafe, with two pet-friendly outdoor tables, is a casual diner-style eatery with menu options that feature American meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, seven days a week. If that doesn't sound like what you are looking for, try the Marble Hill Inn, a casual sports bar and eatery.  Menu options include standard pub fare, like appetizers, wings, salads, and burgers.  Fido will enjoy eating with you on their partially-covered patio at one of the ten pet-friendly outdoor tables. 

Oneida Castle

0
Population Density
194 per sq. mi.

Oneida Castle

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Ready to get out and explore more of the scenic wonders of the upstate Appalachian Mountains?  A mere five miles from Sherrill is the Duross Conservancy outside of Maxwell Park in Oneida.  This conservancy is a full eighteen acres of trails for you and Fido to enjoy.  The trails are formed in half-mile, three-quarters of a mile, and 1-mile loops, so you don't have to worry about getting lost.  Restrooms and water are available, as are pavilions for picnics. The conservancy is used for hiking, biking and fishing from spring to fall, and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.  Fido will enjoy exploring, but must stay on a leash.