Dog Walkers in Woodhaven, NY

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Top Dog Walking Experiences in Woodhaven, NY

Samuel
Reviewed by Amber G. on 09/22/2017

"Thanks for the evening walk especially he loves to jog along & jump over obstacles. He feels he owns the block & it's his own territory. Have a good night."

1.41 mi
41m
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Melody
Reviewed by April L. on 09/20/2017

"Melody was great! It was my dog's first walker experience and apparently she got very excited, but Melody dealt with it wonderfully. Thank you!"

1.36 mi
32m
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Kavita
Reviewed by Maria L. on 08/23/2017

"Sweet and kind walker who showed a ton of affection towards my two doggies! Thank you! :) "

2.73 mi
33m
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Kavita
Reviewed by Paul A. on 08/22/2017

"Kavita was through in her report card and actually called Athena good lol. Happy that she read my notes and actually updated me on them. Highly recommended."

1.92 mi
61m
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Kavita
Reviewed by Kristen G. on 08/10/2017

"I have never had a walker have such an emotional connect and insight with my dog! Thank you for loving Scully as much as we do and for going above and beyond with location changes!!"

1.19 mi
31m
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Dog Areas in Woodhaven, NY

2 Parks
1 Trail
1 Groomer

Woodhaven, located in the center of Queens, is a residential area that offers easy access to variety of dog-friendly outdoor activities. Here you can walk with your pup along the sidewalk in your neighborhood or head to a local park for some fresh air. There's a veterinary clinic in town when your pup needs professional care.

For some furrific off-leash fun for your pooch, head about six miles west to Brower Park on Park Place in Brooklyn. This family-friendly facility includes walking trails and open spaces where you and Fido can get some exercise. Dogs are not permitted on the playground, but may be in other parts of the park.

Another place where you and your canine companion can enjoy open spaces and fresh air is the Prospect Park Dog Fields off Parkside Avenue in Brooklyn. You can let your furry pal run, play, and swim off-leash with other dogs in the Neathermead, Long Meadow, and Peninsula areas of this 585-acre facility. This park is just seven miles south and east of Woodhaven.

Living in the big city doesn't have to leave you and Fido feeling cramped if you're in Woodhaven. There are a variety of ways for you to get outdoors for exercise with your four-footed friend!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Woodhaven, NY

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 147/sq mi

    #1 Forest Park

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    The district of Forest Park borders Woodhaven along the northeast side. This neighborhood incorporates an expansive 500+ acre park and some residential streets. Take Fido to the eastern section of Forest Park to explore the hills and forest. There's a 2.4-mile hiking trail that loops around the hardwood trees. You and your pooch will enjoy the fresh air as you walk or jog along this paved pathway. After stretching your legs, share a picnic in the park. You can bring dogs to this facility as long as they're on a leash up to six feet long. Remember to bring waste bags with you for your outing.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 45,743/sq mi

    #2 Woodhaven Blvd

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    In the area around Woodhaven Blvd, you'll find row houses, apartments, and schools. The neighborhood is conveniently located by a large park with pawesome walking trails. Take your canine companion to the Blue Trail off Woodhaven Blvd and Forest Park Avenue. This 1.7-mile paved pathway is a great place to go for a hike or jog with your special pal. You'll enjoy the natural surroundings as the trail winds through a forested area. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are permitted, provided that you pick up after them. Bring proof of license and vaccination with you when you visit this public area.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 51,698/sq mi

    #3 75th Street/Eldert Lane

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    The 75th Street/Eldert Lane neighborhood is a densely populated community with an educational campus. From here, you and your pup are less than one mile from a pawtastic park. Head over to Highland Park off Jackie Robinson Parkway and take advantage of the hiking trails. There's a network of paved pathways here where you and Fido can walk or jog for some exercise. Wander around the reservoir and through the hardwood trees here. Dogs need to be on a leash that's no longer than six feet, and they must have a current license and rabies tag. Bring waste bags to clean up after your pal.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 51,684/sq mi

    #4 Forest Parkway

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    The populous neighborhood around Forest Parkway includes row houses, apartment buildings, and a public school. There are sidewalks in this area where you and your pooch can go for a stroll. When you want a change of venue, take Fido to the Forest Park Dog Run off 85th Street. This fenced facility features separate areas for large and small dogs, shade trees, and benches. Make sure you have a current license and proof of rabies vaccination with you when you visit the park with your furry friend. There are waste bags available here so that you can clean up your dog's messes.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 54,268/sq mi

    #5 Cypress Hills

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    Cypress Hills, on the eastern border of Woodhaven, is a Brooklyn neighborhood that has two community parks. There are residential streets where you and your furry pal can go for a stroll. When you'd like to get out to some green space, head to the Cypress Hills Playground. There are a few athletic fields and a playground here. Walk around the grassy areas with your pup, or take advantage of the paved pathways in this facility. Dogs can join you here if they're up to date on vaccinations and on a leash. Be responsible and clean up your dog's waste when you visit.
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