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Chelsea
Chelsea
Reviewed by Adrian L. on 09/22/2017

"Chelsea is awesome . She texted us the whole time and went above and beyond. "

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34m
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Anna
Anna
Reviewed by Stephen L. on 08/07/2017

"Bruno loves Anna and their walk/run. She has done a fantastic job with him. "

1.40 mi
66m
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Dog Areas in Dublin, OH

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Dublin is fairly unique in the fact that it is spread into three counties in Ohio when most cities are in one or two counties, and it is a newly founded city that was incorporated in 1987. The city has over 1,000 acres of parks with almost 80 miles of trails and 39 parks on the Scioto River. The people of Dublin have 9,795 dogs as pets so you and Fido will find a lot to do while you are there.

The only “official” dog park is Nando’s in Darree Fields on Cosgray Drive, which was named after the city’s first police dog. Nando’s is a two-acre fenced area that has small and large dog sections, benches, picnic tables, and dog agility equipment; such as a hoop jump, doggy table, ramp, tunnels, and a dog jump. There is also a box for pet waste bags and lots of trash cans. The adjoining park has over 150 acres of fun with ball fields, a nature area, restrooms, playgrounds, and hiking paths.

Indian Meadows Park on Fallen Timbers Road is an excellent place to bring your furbaby to hike and play. It has over 30 acres with fishing, nature area, playground, gardens, and gorgeous hiking paths. You and Fido can get your exercise here and enjoy the waterfall while you are there.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dublin, OH

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    Population Density 803/sq mi

    #1 Old Dublin

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    This unique Dublin Neighborhood is home to Indian Run Falls, a spectacular place to spend an afternoon. This 4 acre area was once home to the Wyandot tribe, and is now accessible to the public. Featuring gorgeous waterfalls, boardwalks and overlooks, there is no shortage of beauty here. Take a leisurely stroll on one of the marked trails, or hang out in one of two pavilions for a quiet lunch. Keep your pup leashed, as this is a public area, and be sure to bring water and clean up bags as there is none on site.


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    Population Density 1,828/sq mi

    #2 South Dublin City

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    This southern Dublin neighborhood boasts Brighton Commons Park, a lovely little park with a playground and paved paths that surround a fun wading pool. If your pup is a water fan, then this is the place to be! There’s a bridge here that takes you across the street to Trinity Park, a larger stretch of green for further walking fun. If you are passing through Dublin, stay at one of the neighborhood’s pet friendly hotels, including Staybridge Suites Columbus Dublin, Extended Stay America Columbus Tuttle, Holiday Inn Express Columbus Dublin. They all welcome your pup for the night, for an additional fee.
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    Population Density 837/sq mi

    #3 Shadow Lakes

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    This lovely neighborhood in the nearby town of Worthington is home to Godown Park, a 10 acre space made with pups in mind. Inside is the Dog Park at Godown Park, which includes a fenced in acre for small pups, and another fenced in 4.5-acre park for the biggies. The terrain is mainly dirt and wood chips with some grass for optimal rolling. The park provides clean-up bags, a water fountain, and a rinse station if you pup gets a little dirty. There are plenty of trees to provide shade for you and your pup, but the park does ask that your pet is either spayed or neutered before they can be allowed into the park.
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    Population Density 1,106/sq mi

    #4 Frantz Road

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    Right in the heart of the city are multiple hotels ready to welcome you and your dog! Red Roof Plus Columbus Dublin charges no fees for up to two dogs under 50 pounds. Residence Inn Columbus Dublin allows two dogs of any size in their rooms for an additional fee. The Sonesta ES Suites Dublin allows two dogs of any size for a fee that varies on how long you are staying. Here, dogs must be crated when left in the rooms by themselves. Be sure your pup sleeps through the night, and take him on a walk through nearby Smiley Park.


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    Population Density 2,282/sq mi

    #5 Hilliard City Center

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    The town of Hilliard to the south of Dublin has its very own dog park, the Heritage Trail Dog Park. This pawsome off leash park has separate areas for large and small dogs, and boasts paths, benches and lots of shaded spots for those hot summer days. Best of all for pups are the exercise tunnes, and the “sprinkle area,” where thirsty dogs can get a drink and wash off. For a hike, hop on the nearby Heritage Rail Trail, a 7 mile converted rail line that leads to Homestead Park. This 44 acre green space that features shelters, paved trails, and even a fishing pond. Here in Hilliard, there’s no shortage of putastic outdoor adventure!
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