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Hey! I’m Dylan and I’ve been working with Wag since 2018- all weather, all breeds- and I’m hugely proud of the hundreds of clients who’ve trusted me with their dogs. I’m fully vaccinated for covid as of 4/16. I grew up as the caretaker to a sweet corgi, in a large family with many dogs of all sizes. I’m an OSU alum, ready to take care of your dogs lovingly and attentively...yes, I can handle your high-energy runner pups too!

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

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Hi! My name is Emily, and I absolutely LOVE dogs. I'm so excited to meet your dog or see your dog again! I love them all! I have 7 years of hands on experience in the doggie industry. I started as a Vet Assistant to being senior Manager at a Doggie daycare. I do dog walks, dog drop-in visits, dog boarding/sitting, basic grooming, & basic training. I'm very passionate about doggies & I can guarantee you won't be disappointed in my care for your precious fur-baby!

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Dog Walking in Hilliard

Hilliard, Ohio, is an average size city central Ohio, close to Columbus. What once started as a quiet rural community abruptly changed with the construction of the Piqua - Indiana railroad route. While Hilliard has grown even larger in size, there is still plenty of open space left, and many natural surroundings remained untarnished. Hilliard, Ohio, is, therefore, a great place for families with dogs.

The old railroad route has been immortalized in the Heritage Rail-Trail. This route starts at downtown Hilliard and ends at Municipal Park and Pool. The total length of the trail is 6.1 miles. The path is connected to several well-liked regional parks such as Homestead (in Washington Township) and Hayden Run Metro. There is also a 4-mile equestrian trail that walks parallel with the rail-trail.

Hilliard, Ohio, has it’s own off-leash park, the Heritage Trail Dog Park, which is the best place in town for dog owners to give their furry friends some moments to enjoy themselves. Dogs have to be leashed at all times outside your home, hence off-leash dog parks are very popular with dog owners. This dog park is no exception. The park has a separate section for smaller breeds, sprinkle area, drinking fountain, benches, shelters and more.

Avid dog fans that are looking for temporary lodging in Hilliard, Ohio, have multiple options to choose from. The Homewood Suites Columbus Hilliard, Comfort Suites Hilliard and Knights Inn Hilliard-Columbus all accept guests with dogs.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hilliard

Hoffman Farms

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
46,486 per sq. mi.

Hoffman Farms

48

The Heritage Trail Dog Park is a great place to take Fido to run off some energy. This park is fenced in and has a separate area for large and small breeds. The park also has a walking path, shaded areas, benches for relaxing, exercise tunnels for the dogs to run in, and a “sprinkle area” for water drinking and washing. If you and your pup wanted to get a jog or walk, then check out the Heritage Rail-Trail, a 6.1-mile trail that is perfect for an afternoon out with your dog. The trail is asphalt, but the scenery is amazing with lush grass and trees the entire walk along the trail.


Crosscreek

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,582 per sq. mi.

Crosscreek

36

The Spindler Dog Park is a pawsome park to take Fido to for some off-leash fun. The park is separated by large and small breeds and there are picnic tables for the owners to relax at. The park also provides water fountains, public restrooms, and walking paths for the two of you to walk along. Locals love how big the large dog park is and how it provides plenty of room for running. They also have clean-up bags, but the locals complain that the bags are often out when they go there, so be sure to pack some! The park does not offer a lot of shade, so make sure you watch your dog on those extra hot days.


West Jefferson

24
Population Density
3,573 per sq. mi.

West Jefferson

24

Dogs are welcome at the Prairie Oaks Metro Park if they remain on leash during their adventuring. There is an off-leash section in the park, but it is not fenced in, so be sure your dog has a good recall. The off-leash section features a pond with a dock which is great for dock diving and swimming, but make sure your dog is a strong swimming since the pond does drop off suddenly. If your dog likes hiking, then visit the Bridle Trail that is inside of Prairie Oaks Metro Park. While hiking your pup will love the wooded areas and scenery that is surrounding you.


London

12
Population Density
27,322 per sq. mi.

London

12

London is about twenty minutes out of Hilliard and home to the Cowling Park. The park allows your dog to join you for a nice walk or jog but they need to stay on-leash while you are there. Locals love how clean the park is and how the city has continually added to it for growth. The park offers a lot of grass for optimal rolling and fetching that your dog will love. There are public restrooms and picnic areas for you and your dog to relax at all underneath a gazebo to keep you shaded and cool before heading home.


Columbus

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
16,050 per sq. mi.

Columbus

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If you’re willing to go for a short drive with your pup, then head over to the Wheeler Memorial Dog Park in nearby Columbus. This pawesome park offers fenced in off-leash play with benches for owners to relax on and trees to provide plenty of shade. The park is mainly grasses which is perfect for running, fetch, and the occasionally rolling. There are even hills that your pup can climb to help burn off some extra energy. The park does have a water fountain, but the locals to bring water just in case. Locals also mention that the park does get muddy, so bring towels to clean your pup up if it’s wet.


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