Dog walking in North Royalton

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“I'll treat your pups like my own!”

Hello, I'm Katrina! I have always had a love for animals. I believe dogs are part of the family and should be treated that way! When your pup is with me, they will get the same love and attention I'd give to my own. I currently have 2 rescues; Maia, a black lab mix and Dexter, a beagle. I am comfortable with dogs of all ages, sizes, and breeds. I love that I am able to incorporate my love of dogs into a job that I can be excited about. I can't wait to meet your pup!

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Hi my name is Kat!! I have lived in Cleveland, OH all my life and grew up with a Border Collie named Chelly. I have much pet sitting and dog walking experience and would love to give your pet the best walking experience with Wag! I enjoy being outdoors and I exercise regularly. Most importantly I love dogs and have worked with dogs of all breeds and sizes!

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

Dog Walking in North Royalton

North Royalton is a welcoming city in northeastern Ohio. While the city is a suburb of Cleveland, it has its own distinct culture, and that is why more and more people every year come to visit North Royalton, many to stay permanently! There is also a great deal of natural beauty to be found in North Royalton—there are many nature preserves and parks throughout the city and the surrounding area, with dense woods, trickling streams and still lakes dotting the landscape. And it also happens to be a terrific city to visit with a furry friend!

North Royalton is truly a haven for dogs, and they are always cared for in the city as there are six veterinary clinics in the area. Anyone who wants to visit with their canine companion can feel right at home at one of the many dog-friendly lodging options in North Royalton and the neighboring towns. There is so much to explore in the city that you’ll want to stay longer than you planned! It has everything from dog-friendly restaurants to vast nature preserves with hiking trails—and you’ll even find a great off-leash dog park.

However you fill your time in North Royalton, you and your dog are sure to have an unforgettable experience.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Royalton

Mill Stream Run

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Population Density
1,422 per sq. mi.

Mill Stream Run

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North Royalton’s Mill Stream Run Neighborhood features a number of great activities you can enjoy with a four-legged friend! Take a leisurely walk around Memorial Park in the center of town: it has scenic walking trails, a picnic area, and a small pond in the center. For some more great park choices you can head to York Road, along which you’ll find Aukerman Park, York Road Recreation Field, and York Road Picnic Area. Aukerman park is a small community park on the south side of town, and York Road Recreation Field and Picnic Area offer a wide-open space to have fun with your dog.

Shenandoah Parkway

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,676 per sq. mi.

Shenandoah Parkway

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The neighborhood of Shenandoah Parkway is just a few miles from North Royalton, and it is one of the best locations for dog owners in the area. If you are visiting, be sure to stop by Brunswick Dog Park on Cross Creek Drive. It is a fenced, off-leash dog park that features a small shaded area, seating, and picnic tables. Just note that you’ll have to bring your own water. Another great park in the area is Hopkins Park. While this is an on-leash park, it is still a nice place for a walk outside. It features a walking path, athletic fields, and a playground.

Foltz Parkway

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Population Density
1,812 per sq. mi.

Foltz Parkway

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Foltz Parkway in Strongsville lies to the west of North Royalton, and it is a fantastic neighborhood for those traveling with furry paws. There are some nice parks on the east side of town: Foltz and Volunteer Parks both offer a nice space for a relaxing walk outside. There are also some nice options for restaurants in the area that have dog-friendly outdoor seating. Slim and Chubby’s on Prospect Road has delicious American cuisine such as chicken wings, cheesesteaks, and burgers. Another choice is Brew Kettle Taproom and Smokehouse; they serve craft beer which can be enjoyed with savory dishes from their kitchen.

Downtown Berea (Downtown)

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Population Density
3,317 per sq. mi.

Downtown Berea (Downtown)

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Berea is under ten minutes from North Royalton, and it is definitely a place you’ll want to spend some time in if you’re traveling through the area wit your dog. Head to Wallace Lake Park to enjoy the natural beauty of Ohio. The park rests between Wallace and Baldwin Lakes, and has trails through the woods that you can explore—just note that dogs aren’t permitted on the lakefront beach. When you’re done you can head to Sweet Mango, a restaurant serving delicious Thai cuisine that has dog-friendly outdoor seating. Or try Mike’s Bar and Grill nearby for hearty American classics.

Oxford Heights

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Population Density
2,676 per sq. mi.

Oxford Heights

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The neighborhood of Oxford Heights is located south of North Royalton, and it is a place you’ll want to check out if you enjoy experiencing nature—or if you’re just looking for a beautiful setting for a walk outside. The highlight of this neighborhood is undoubtedly Princess Ledges Nature Preserve. This park covers and area of nearly fifty acres, so you will have a lot to explore! The preserve is mostly an undisturbed forest environment, but there are a couple different trails you can choose from as well as restroom facilities. Dogs are welcome on the trails as long as they remain leashed.

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