Dog walking in Willoughby Hills

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Lauren DWilloughby Hills, OH

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I’ve been in love with dogs my whole life, and I’ve rescued quite a few. I’ve gotten to be very good at calming and distracting dogs who get a little bit nervous or unsteady with others or their surroundings. I do my best to know the moves a dog might make before they make them, along with sensing their mood in certain situations so that I’ll always be ready for anything. The most important thing is to know that both you & your best friend can always feel secure in knowing they are safe with me.

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Heather HWilloughby Hills, OH

4.9

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“I can't get enough of these dogs!”

Hello! My name is Heather! I love dogs and all animals, I've had them all my life. I love to walk an see their happy faces! I'm excited to get started with meeting all the lovely dogs in my neighborhood!

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Colin LWilloughby Hills, OH

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“The most caring and accommodating walker around”

Hello! I’m Colin, a very experienced and conscientious dog parent and walker. I am the parent of a rescue with very high anxiety and because of this is unable to be near other dogs or people. I love dogs and am skilled in walking all different types and sizes of dogs. Due to the dog I’m a parent of I’m well-versed in knowing how to approach all dogs and interact with them and handle them on walks. I’m able to receive and follow instructions well. I look forward to walking your pup!

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Tiffany NWilloughby Hills, OH

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Hi there! My name is Tiffany and I am currently in my senior year at tri-c east studying nursing. In addition to owning a dog in the past, I have been walking and dog-sitting for friends and neighbors since I was in 9th grade. I have experience working with and walking multiple dogs at a time. I hope you will consider me to help you take care of and walk your furry friends.

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Kale CWilloughby Hills, OH

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“Treat each dog as if it’s my own.”

I have grown up with dogs my whole life. As a kid, we had 4 dogs. I've always loved playing with dogs and walking them. I have volunteered at shelters to walk dogs. I currently have a Bluetick Coonhound and a Dalmatian with plans to rescue another dog in the future.

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Isabel DWilloughby Hills, OH

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I am a recent grad from the University of Michigan! I love animals. I currently own two cats, but I would love to spend more time with dogs. I grew up with three dogs throughout my childhood and my parents trusted me to take care of them at a young age. I have good time-management skills, I communicate as clearly and effectively as I can, and I have a passion for animals and their well-being.

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Judy BWilloughby Hills, OH

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I have been a dog lover and owner my entire life. Happily, I am currently the owner of a Dachshund named Rosa and a Border Collie cross puppy named Mia. I have also had a large mutt as my best friend, and currently own a delightful rescue cat named Charlotte. Nothing in my life makes me as happy as sharing time with them, except being with my 18 month old godchild! I love Nature, am an avid gardener, and birdwatcher. Every dog I walk I cherish as if my own for however long we are together.

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Jessica NWilloughby Hills, OH

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“Walk or run, let's start the fun!”

As a true pet lover and dog owner myself, you will not be disappointed with my services! I maximize each walk whether that is ensuring the pup gets their potty break in or if it's just for some exercise, my time is dedicated to the pups needs. I treat each pup as my own and am always willing to spend a little extra time to give out belly rubs and love! Boardings within my home are also equally as fun; I have a big fenced in backyard and a large doggie door that gives the pup some extra freedom!

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Lorianne VWilloughby Hills, OH

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Hi, My name is Lorianne. I cannot wait to meet your dog(s). I have had dogs my entire life and I am very passionate about keeping them happy and healthy. I love being active with my dogs and taking them on daily walks. I look forward to doing this with your dog(s).

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Amy MWilloughby Hills, OH

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Hello, my name is Amy. I love being able to help walk your dogs and or sit for them! I had a Jack Russell of my own who was 14 years old that just recently passed away. We adopted a German Shepherd/Corgi mix that is 4 years old the past June. We also just got a new boxer mix puppy 2 weeks ago.

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Dog Walking in Willoughby Hills

Willoughby Hills in Lake County, Ohio, sits amongst some of the most beautiful forest areas you will find in this part of the States. With so many dog-friendly options, you will certainly have a full itinerary when visiting Willoughby Hills! There are a vet clinic and animal hospital in town, so help is not far away should Fido unexpectedly fall ill on your trip.

For your first outing, head to the North Chagrin Reservation and check out Squires Castle. This spectacular 19-century building was originally erected as the gatehouse of the country estate, but was never finished, and now serves as the park’s key attraction. There are many trails around the castle to walk your pup, so take some time and go exploring! Many of the trails are looped, but it is worth seeking a map before you head out. After your walk, head to the Strawberry Picnic Area where you will find grills, shelters and restrooms. Pets are welcome at the North Chagrin Reservation, but keep your dog leashed and remove any waste he leaves to help keep the place clean.

For a nice little local park, head to Campbell Park located behind City Hall. Your pup will love taking a walk with you around the grounds, or hanging out while you and the family cook up your lunch on the grills. If you have kids with you, they will enjoy the playground, tennis courts and basketball court too.

There are many more pawsome things to do around Willoughby Hills, so what are you waiting for – grab the lead and find your next adventure!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Willoughby Hills

Dodd's Pleasant Valley Estates

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Population Density
459 per sq. mi.

Dodd's Pleasant Valley Estates

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Pleasant Valley Park in Willoughby Hills covers 124 acres of publicly accessible land, perfect for a day out walking and spending some time in nature with your pup. Pleasant Valley was formerly a commercial nursery, and is now a popular place for walking and fishing in the Chagrin River. Cottonwood trees and sycamores provide a wonderful leafy canopy as you explore the woodland and riverbank that reaches 80 foot high in some parts. There aren’t any amenities here except a port-a-potty, so bring water for you and your pooch as well as any food you might like. It is wise to pack a towel for the trip back in case your pup decides to take a closer look at the river too!

South Willoughby

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Population Density
2,763 per sq. mi.

South Willoughby

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Gully Brook Park in Willoughby is a 177-acre pet-friendly park cared for by the Lake Metroparks district. Your pooch will rejoice at the chance to take a walk with you along the 1.4-mile gravel trail and enjoy the woodland and creekside scenery. You will need to keep your pup leashed here as there is an abundance of wildlife that call this area home, such as raccoons and a variety of birds. In the springtime, keep your eyes peeled for a spectacular array of wildflowers. Gully Brook Park is equipped with restrooms, a picnic shelter, electricity and drinking water for your convenience. There is also a small playground here to keep the kids amused after your walk together.

Willis

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Population Density
2,269 per sq. mi.

Willis

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Pete’s Pond Preserve in Wickliffe is just 3.5 miles west of Willoughby Hills, and set over 69 acres of beautiful bushland. The Carriage Lane Trail is worth a walk, covering two miles as a round trip through the trees, over a bridge and to a wetland overlook. There is ample parking and a restroom at the trailhead. Just north of Pet’s Pond is Orlando Park, with a 0.3-mile paved trail around the grounds, picnic facilities, a playground, tennis courts, basketball courts and a ball fields. Both parks are pet-friendly, but Fido will need to stay leashed. Please remember to bring your clean-up bags when you are out and about with your pup.

Wilson Mills

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Population Density
304 per sq. mi.

Wilson Mills

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Wilson Mills Trailhead in nearby Gates Mills sits at the south end of the North Chagrin Reservation. From here, you can access Foster’s Run, a moderately difficult trail that is sure to get the heart pumping with all its up’s and down’s! Your pet will enjoy this walk with you, but keep him leashed for his safety. The scenic trail takes you past the Foster’s Run Stream and several vernal pools, and through a forest of beautifully shady hardwoods. At the end of the trail is the Forest Picnic Area where you can take a well-deserved rest break and refuel with a packed lunch. To return to the trailhead, seek out the portion of the State-wide Buckeye Trail that runs through here, or the bridle trail for an extra challenge.

Chapin Ledges

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367 per sq. mi.

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Take a short six-mile drive east of Willoughby Hills to the 403-acre Chapin Forest Reservation in Kirtland for another lovely trail walk opportunity or family day out. Pets are welcome here but must remain leashed. This park has over six miles of trails to explore, including part of the State-wide 1440-mile Buckeye Trail. Lucky Stone Loop boasts a spectacular scenic overlook, so bring your camera on this trip! Chapin Forest Reservation has a picnic area with grills and shelters to utilize after your walk, as well as drinking water and restrooms on site. A playground, ball field, volleyball court and sledding hill gives the kids a little something extra to do as well.