Dog walking in Bloomingdale

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Jenna PBloomingdale, OH 43910

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Hello! I'm sorry I look crazy in my photo. My name is Jenna, and I am a lifelong dog lover. I understand how busy schedules can get, so I am here to help keep your dog or dogs happy and healthy, when you aren't able to be with them. I can't wait to meet them!

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Brooke BBloomingdale, OH 43910

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Hello! My name is Brooke and I am a full-time nursing student. I love animals. I’m an avid runner so your larger breed dogs are sure to get their full workout. Little doggies are sure to get their size appropriate workout too!!

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Fast walker

Dog Walking in Bloomingdale

The small village of Bloomingdale in Jefferson County, OH, is in a country setting that's surrounded by forestland. Near this area, you'll be able to find some pet-friendly outdoor facilities. There's a veterinary clinic in the Greater Bloomingdale area if you're seeking health care services for your furry friend.

 About 13.7 miles west of town, there's a furrific natural area. Visit Harrison State Forest with your furry pal. This 1,345-acre property has over 20 miles of hiking trails and two campgrounds with picnic areas. Dogs and their owners can come here together, provided that Fido is on a lead.

Plan some outdoor recreation at Tappan Lake Park, about 24 miles west of here. This facility offers camping, boating, hiking, and picnicking. You can bring your pooch to designated areas of the property as long as you restrain them on a lead and scoop their waste.

For a relaxing getaway, head 22.9 miles northwest of Bloomingdale to Long Creek Campground. This property has tent and RV sites and is pet-friendly. Take advantage of the walking and nature trails here to stretch your legs with your fur-baby. You can also bring a rod and reel and go fishing in the creek.

Bloomingdale provides access to some pawesome recreational areas for you and your pooch.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bloomingdale

Bloomingdale

48
Population Density
68 per sq. mi.

Bloomingdale

48

Bloomingdale is a rural community with single-family homes, a few small businesses, a post office, and a cemetery. If you enjoy four-wheeling, visit Renegade Ridge ATV Park off US-22. To spend time outside with your four-footed pal, head to Fernwood State Forest. You can spend the day hiking on the three-mile trail here. On this pathway, you'll wind through a section of the forest that includes scenic vistas. Another option you have is to bring your rod and reel and go fishing at one of the ponds in the facility. There are pet-friendly campsites available at Hidden Hollow Campground in this pawtastic wilderness.

Smithfield

36
Population Density
4,581 per sq. mi.

Smithfield

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About 6.4 miles south of town, you'll find the village of Smithfield. This country community includes an apartment complex, a few churches, small businesses, and houses. Just north of the city limits, there's a vast recreational facility. Bring your fur-baby to Friendship Park to enjoy the outdoors together. This 1,320-acre facility includes an 89-acre lake, picnic areas, hiking trails, and campsites for tents and RVs. Spend the day investigating the property with Spot, then relax around the fire pit in the evening. Dogs can join you here if you restrain them with a lead. Preserve this natural space by picking up any messes.

Hopedale

24
Population Density
96 per sq. mi.

Hopedale

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Hopedale is a small village that's about five miles west of Bloomingdale. There are single-family homes, an elementary school, some businesses, and a senior living facility here. By the American Legion in town, you can visit the ABATE Memorial for Fallen Bikers. You'll also find a community park where you and Fido can exercise outdoors together. Visit Hopedale Park on Village Street. This pawesome facility has a ball field, athletic courts, picnic areas, and open space. Relax at the tables with your special pal and watch the sunset. Keep your pup under control with a lead or cord and pick up after them.

Jefferson Lake State Park

12
Population Density
47 per sq. mi.

Jefferson Lake State Park

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Jefferson Lake State Park in Greater Richmond is about 11.5 miles north of Bloomingdale. There are some country homes and farms around this 962-acre facility. Much of the property has mixed hickory and oak forestland. You'll find seven moderate to difficult trails here that you and your faithful friend can use to explore the area. Bring a small watercraft to go boating on the lake. In the evening, settle in your campsite to cook by the fire and watch the stars come out. State parks allow pets that are under control on a leash. Scoop up your pup's droppings during your visit.

South Cadiz

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Population Density
83 per sq. mi.

South Cadiz

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The neighborhood of South Cadiz is just 13.4 miles southwest of Bloomingdale. In this area, you'll find single-family homes, an apartment complex, and the Harrison County Fairgrounds. There's a pawtastic outdoor facility on Industrial Park Road. Bring the family to Sally Buffalo Park. This large property includes three lakes, walking trails, camping, and picnic areas. Put a lead on your pooch and take a hike here. On your trek, check out the Big Barn. You can also pack your pole and go fishing while Fido stretches out at your feet. Keep your special pal under restraint and collect any messes they make.