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Best walker!! She is the only walker I use because she is punctual, great at communication, and sends the cutest pictures of my dog
Ava is awesome!!!!
Olivia was great and I will be booking her again!
My pups love Jennifer and are so happy when she visits!!
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Why book a dog walker in Hartville?
Busy pet parents sometimes need a hand when it comes to ensuring their pup is getting the potty breaks and exercise they need. That's where Wag! comes in! Local Hartville, OH dog walkers are background checked and registered on the Wag! platform, ready to take your dog on an adventure when you need them. Your dog can make a friend in the neighborhood, and you can re-book with the same dog walker easily in the app. Hartville, OH has "pawlenty" of parks and neighborhoods that your dog is itching to explore!
The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Hartville
Congress Lake Avenue
This neighborhood is home to Quail Hollow Park, a 701-acre park that welcomes dogs on-leash. This beautiful park offers eight trails that wind through scenic forests and pass by streams, ponds, and wetlands. If you just want to go for a short walk with your pup, take the .5-mile Nature For All Trail. This trail is flat and paved, making it easy for your dog to walk on. If you’d like to go for a longer walk through the woods, try the 1.25-mile Coniferous Forest Trail. Or, if you’d like to go on a walk through lovely meadows, head to the 1.5-mile Meadowlands Trail. No matter which trail you choose, you’re sure to have fun here!
Looking for a place where your pup can play off-leash? Check out Canal Fulton Dog Park. Located 18 miles from Hartville, this dog park offers separate big and small dog areas where dogs can play and make new friends. Both areas include large, grassy fields that are perfect for running and playing. There are also plenty of picnic benches for owners to sit at while their dogs play, and there are water fountains you can use to fill your dog’s bowl. Bring a couple tennis balls for your dog, and enjoy playing with your pup in this furtastic dog park.
West Bath Road
This neighborhood is home to another great off-leash area, Keyser Dog Park. This dog park is 25 miles from Hartville, and it includes a two-acre fenced-in area filled with gently rolling hills. There’s also plenty of shade to keep the park cool on hot days, and there are fun fire hydrants for your pup to sniff. Bring some water for your dog, and have a good time playing here! After the dog park, treat your dog to lunch at Retro Dog, a casual eatery that specializes in hot dogs. Get a hot dog or burger for yourself and order your pup their own plain hot dog, and enjoy lunch with your furry best friend!
Goodyear Park Blvd
Want to spend the day in the park with your dog? Check out Wingfoot Lake State Park, which is just five miles down the road from Hartville. This large state park has a fenced-in dog park with separate areas for big and small dogs. Both areas have plenty of space for your pup to run and play, and water is available if your dog gets thirsty. Wingfoot Lake State Park also has great trails where you can take your leashed dog for long walks, including a paved walking path that goes along Wingfoot Lake. You and your dog will always have a good time at this fun-filled park!
Highland Square is home to another woof-derful off-leash area, Akron Dog Park. This large dog park has separate areas for big and small dogs. Both areas are fenced in and double-gated, keeping your dog safe while they play. There’s also an agility course filled with fun equipment for your dog to play on, and there are doggy water stations. If you want to go for a bite to eat after exploring the dog park, check out Trecaso’s Mary Coyle. This old-school restaurant offers classic Italian dishes, including pizza, pasta, and Italian sandwiches. It also has an extensive ice cream menu. Dogs are welcome to join you at Trecaso’s Mary Coyle outdoor picnic tables.
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