Dog walking in Cedarville

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What is Wag!?

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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Jessalyn BCedarville, OH 45314

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“You can't put a price on peace of mind!”

I have been walking and sitting pets in the Dayton area for about two years, and I have never had a major incident! I think what makes me a good walker is my level of patience and my calm demeanor. I maintain the position of pack leader, while still having fun. I have had experience with dogs of all sizes and ages, and even other furry/scaley friends! There's no pet I can't handle. I understand that not everyone has the time or ability to walk their dog every day, so I'm here to help!

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Brenda JCedarville, OH 45314

4.9

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I have owned dogs my whole life. I began training them at 8 years old. I have experience with German Shepherds, Rottweilers and Pit Bulls. I have been a foster and adoption coordonator with Adopt A Pit Rescue for the past 5 years.

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Anne YCedarville, OH 45314

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I,previously, worked in health care. I grew up with pets, cared for them my whole life, and I haven't ever been without a cat or dog. I have walked quite a few dogs now, and it's incredibly fulfilling to see their happy faces.

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Emily WCedarville, OH 45314

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“I would love to meet your dog!”

Hello! My name is Emily. I own a 12-year-old puggle and grew up taking care of dogs. I care for each dog as if they were my own and can provide extra care like feeding, watering, medicine administration, etc. I have experience walking and watching all ages and sizes of dogs, as well as walking multiple dogs at a time.

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Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Meranda RCedarville, OH 45314

4.9

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“A walk a day keeps the vet at bay”

Hi everyone, my name is Meranda and I am a WAG walker. Ive been a walker for almost two years and have made some great four legged friends along the way and look forward everyday to the opportunity to make a new friend. Whether its walking, training,or just dropping by to check on your furry friend... Im the gal for you. Im a dog mom of two myself and they are my world and I treat every dog like they are my own.

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

Meggan LCedarville, OH 45314

4.9

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My name is Meggan and I have been around dogs my whole life. I have 2 rescue dogs; Schotzie who is a Labrador Australian Shepherd mix and Lilly who is Greyhound Boxer mix. They are both a huge part of my family. My dogs love their daily walks, so I know how important daily walks are for dogs. I have experience with both small and big dogs as a dog sitter. Both my dogs went to obedience training, so I know the different commands for dogs and know how to use different collars. I look forward to meeting different dogs and becoming their dog walker.

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Taylor WCedarville, OH 45314

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Hi! My name is Taylor and I grew up in Dayton, OH with 3 dogs. 2 of them were miniature pinchers and 1 was a beagle. Now I am 25 and I still live in Dayton and I now have a corgi named Eleanor and a beagle named Oliver. I have always been the go-to dog sitter when it comes to friends or family going out of town. I have handled dogs anywhere from French bulldogs to German Shepard’s. I’m open to anything. I can feed, bathe, walk, play with your pup. Dogs bring me so much joy so I’m glad to do it.

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

Emily TCedarville, OH 45314

4.9

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Hi my name is Emily. I have grown up taking care of a lot of dogs in our family. We have had all types of dogs to take care of. I love dogs and love to take dogs for walks! I just finished college and have more of an availability to walk your dog!

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Suzanne LCedarville, OH 45314

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Hi I’m Suzanne. I have had dogs & cats (and even goats for a while) for over 25 years. I love walking and dogs make a walk even better! I can’t wait to walk your dog, and my current pup Rocky assures me he won’t be jealous!

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Holly GCedarville, OH 45314

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Hello there! My name is Holly and I am a graduate student living in Centerville, Ohio. I have lived with dogs all of my life and grew up with a cocker spaniel, pug, and golden. I often pet sit for our friends and family and would love to meet and get to know your furry family member! We just added a golden retriever puppy named Remy to our family and I am currently professionally training her with the goal of pet therapy as I am a nurse by trade.

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Dog Walking in Cedarville

The quaint and peaceful village of Cedarville may be small, but it is one that dogs tend to love, thanks to all of the spacious green areas within it. With grassy parks, hiking trails, dog-friendly hotels and a highly rated veterinary clinic, there is so much for you and your pooch to do here.

One of the most popular parks in Cedarville is the 169 acre Peterson Park, which is also known as the Indian Mound Reserve due to its rich Native American history. There are a few historic structures here that date back to the 1800's, as well as hiking trails, picnic shelters, and 125 species of wildflowers.

The 16 acre Massie Creek Park is also worth exploring, because not only is it home to sports facilities and picnic shelters, but it also provides access to the Ohio to Erie Trail. This trail features a collection of different all-purpose trails, and although it is still under construction, portions of it are open to public use.

If you and Fido need somewhere to stay in Cedarville, check yourselves in to the Hearthstone Inn and Suites. For a small additional fee, this hotel allows guests to bring one dog under 50 lbs with them, but with only two pet-friendly rooms here, you will need to phone ahead to ensure availability.

With so many pawsome walks to be had, Cedarville is the pawfect place to spend some time with your pooch.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cedarville

Clifton

48
Population Density
844 per sq. mi.

Clifton

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The small town of Clifton is directly adjacent to Cedarville, and boasts some gorgeous natural areas that your pooch will love exploring. The ten acre Clifton Reserve is the pawfect place to begin your day, with plenty of picnic areas, river access points and observation decks from where you and Fido can watch the wildlife frolic about. Once you have explored the reserve, head on over to the John Bryan State Park, which stretches out for 752 acres. Famous for being one of the most scenic state parks in western Ohio, you will find everything from playgrounds and campgrounds to hiking and biking trails here. 

Yellow Springs

36
Population Density
1,402 per sq. mi.

Yellow Springs

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About three miles from Cedarville lies the small town of Yellow Springs, which provides all you need for a pawsome day out with your pooch. Start your day at Gaunt Park, which is home to sports facilities, a swimming pool and a tree-shaded walking path. Your pup will no doubt love meeting all of the other dogs that use the walking path here, but make sure you keep your pooch on a lead at all times. Once you have tired Fido out, stop for a rest at one of the dog-friendly restaurants in Yellow Springs. Aleta's Café is known for their tasty and trendy dishes that make use of local ingredients wherever possible, while William's Eatery and Gathering Place serves up their classic pub grub all day.

Xenia City Center

24
Population Density
520 per sq. mi.

Xenia City Center

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Just over four miles from Cedarville is the City Center of Xenia, which is home to a couple of pawtastic hiking trails. The incredibly scenic Creekside Trail follows along both the Shawnee Creek and the Little Beaver Creek, and stretches out for 15 miles. Also in this neighborhood, and connecting on to the Creekside Trail, is the 78 mile Little Miami Scenic Trail, which is the longest single trail in the Miami Valley trail network. The Xenia portion of the trail will take you through some picturesque wooded areas, with a few historic landmarks along the way. While dogs are allowed to use both of these trails, a lead, doggie bags and drinking water are essential. 

Jamestown Village Center

12
Population Density
1,659 per sq. mi.

Jamestown Village Center

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The Jamestown Village Center is about a five minute drive from Cedarville, and boasts some pawriffic dog walks. The 42 acre Frank Seaman Park is always popular, with its sports facilities, play areas, picnic shelters, grills, and paved walking path that loops its way around the park. The park also provides access to the Xenia-Jamestown Connector, a 17 mile trail that follows along an old historic railroad from the 1870's. The trail mainly cuts through areas of farmland, but is well-shaded the whole way with large trees. Both the park and the trail welcome dogs, so long as they are kept on a lead at all times.

Oldtown

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
826 per sq. mi.

Oldtown

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Xenia's Oldtown neighborhood is about five miles from Cedarville, and the journey is worth it for all of the fun your pooch will have here. If your pup would like to run free off the lead, head to the 33 acre Pierce County Park, which is not only home to several picnic shelters and hiking trails, but also to the two acre Scout Burnell-Garbrecht Dog Park. This fenced-off dog park features separate runs for smaller and larger breeds, as well as doggie water fountains, but you will need to bring your own dog bowl and doggie bags. Oldtown also provides access to the 20.6 acre Sol Arnovitz Park, which is the largest park in Xenia, but also one of the least developed. This means that there are plenty of green areas for your pup to explore, as well as picnic shelters and fishing spots.