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Read reviews of Sylvania, OH dog walkers
John Asia was great. Our dog loved her and got a good workout on his walk.
Sara as great and the boys loved playing with her!
Danielle is so amazing with my dog Molly!!
Thank you so much
Gillian does great with Prince. Always keeps our energetic puppy happy at home when we re away!
Heather is great! Thanks for walking Willow!
Thanks so much for walking Willow!
14/10, Great job! Archie really warms up to you, it didn t take much time for you to get him started on his walk
Thanks so much to Nicole for walking Willow! She s always so happy to see people. Looks like they had a great long walk.
Why book a dog walker in Sylvania?
With GPS tracking, in-app chat, and photos of your dog's walk, the Wag! app is the perfect way to book a dog walk for your pup. Sylvania, OH dog walkers know your neighborhood and are experienced in keeping your dog safe while they sniff around the block. Whether your pup needs a quick 30-minute walk or a longer 1-hour adventure, dog walkers in Sylvania, OH are ready help. Booking through the Wag! app is easy — simply set up your dog's profile and browse local Caregivers in minutes.
The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Sylvania
If your pooch loves a good walk, then the Holland Sylvania neighborhood is a great place to go. One of the best parks that you can access from this neighborhood is the 493 acre Wildwood Preserve Metro Park, where you will find a vast network of six main trails, as well as several smaller ones. Begin with the University/ Parks Trail, a lush six mile greenway that will take you and Fido through meadows, wetlands, woodlands and more. Then check out the Wildwood Ridge Trail, which is at its prettiest in the spring when all of the wildflowers are blooming. While dogs are allowed on all of these trails, a lead, doggie bags, and drinking water are essential.
Bretton Woods is home to a couple of Sylvania's finest city parks, making it no surprise that this is a neighborhood popular with dog owners. The 60 acre Olander Park is one of the largest, and features a 28 acre spring-fed lake at the heart of the park. There is a 1.1 mile paved walking path that loops its way around the lake, making this a scenic spot for a walk with Fido. Also within this neighborhood is Addington Park. This park is much smaller, but also quieter, and its green, grassy, open-space concept is something that all dogs love. Since these are both city parks, you need to make sure that you keep your pooch on a lead at all times, and don't forget to bring doggie bags and water with you.
Centennial Farms is quite a green neighborhood, making it pawfect for nature-loving pups. Here you will find Fossil Park, a five acre park that is home to a prime Devonian Era site, of which there are only two in the entire world. Although dogs are not allowed in the fossil pit and quarry, you will still be able to walk your pooch along the trail that circles the pit. Also within this neighborhood is the Sylvanian Pacesetter Park, a 138 acre complex that is home to a number of different sports facilities, as well as a walking path that you can enjoy with Fido.
Less than ten miles from Sylvania is the Toledo neighborhood of Reynolds Corner, which is home to some truly pawsome parks. The Swan Creek Preserve Metro Park is just under 600 acres in size, and offers a sheltered corridor of vegetation to a wide range of wildlife. There are several nature trails winding their way through the park, from where you and Fido will be able to see everything from deer to foxes to raccoons. If your pooch would prefer an urban park, Winterfield Park is home to sports facilities, a playground and picnic areas, as well as a paved walking path to take you and Fido through all of this.
About 15 miles from Sylvania is Glendale-Heatherdowns East, a neighborhood in Toledo that borders the Maumee River. Just a few minutes from the river itself is the scenic Woodsdale Park. Not only is this park home to sports facilities, playgrounds, walking trails and more, but you will also find the Glass City Dog Park located here, where your pooch can run free off the lead. This four acre, fully fenced-off, dog park features three separate sections; one for smaller dogs and two for larger dogs. All three sections have water fountains within them, as well as multiple pet waste stations, although you will need to bring your own doggie bags.
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