Dog walking in Broken Arrow

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“Your Downtown Dog-walker since 2012!”

I have worked with dogs (& cats) for most of my life. I have worked as a professional dog trainer for over 10 years (2 in a class setting and 8 in private lessons), a dog groomer for several prior to that, & a pet sitter. Before that I was an avid equestrian with a deep interest in animal behavior, both domesticated & in wildlife. People close to me have always told me I have a special knack for working with animals, & I'm really happy to use that to help provide care for your pet family member!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Agility training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training

“Experienced, Dependable, Trustworthy!”

I’ve been working as a professional dog walker for three years and have experiences with all different types of breeds and walking styles! My goal is to provide not only excercise but also love and attention for your dog while they are in my care. I look forward to meeting your precious pup!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Obedience training, Agility training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training

Dog Walking in Broken Arrow

Broken Arrow, Oklahoma was named after a creek community called Rekackv (pronounced thlee-Kawtch-kuh), which meant broken arrow. It was established by a group of Creek Indians from Alabama by the United States Government.

One can do so much in the 40 acres of Ray Harral Nature Park. It has fishing and picnic areas, park benches, char broilers, a suspension walking bridge, and park benches. The Nature Center features various animals including lizards, tarantulas, tree frogs, and a huge aquarium. Dogs are also welcome to enjoy paved walking trails.

Cheeseburgers you say? Grab a bite of the America’s Best Big Lou Burger at Louie's Grill & Bar. Enjoy grilled food and some beer in this dog-friendly restaurant, or enjoy some mouth-watering steak and barbeque at Stone Mill Barbeque and Steakhouse. Your pup will definitely drool on the juicy meat while you dine in their wrap around picnic tables.

Don’t worry about where you can stay while in Broken Arrow. Depending on the size of your dogs, there are several hotels that allow them for a comfortable stay. If you have a Lab, Dane, Napoleon, or a dog over 70 lbs., Towneplace Suites Tulsa Broken Arrow allows a maximum of two dogs for an additional fee. If you have a Chihuahua or a shi-tzuh, or the smaller types of dogs weighing 25 lbs. or 35 lbs., you can stay at Clarion Hotel Broken Arrow or Homewood Suites Tulsa South. Quality Inn Broken Arrow doesn’t mind what the size is, they allow two pets to stay with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Broken Arrow

County Line/Creek Turnpike

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Population Density
1,115 per sq. mi.

County Line/Creek Turnpike

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County Line/Creek Turnpike is a lovely area that’s right below Jack Graves Scout Reservation. This large stretch of land, both grassy and forested, is an ideal place to take your pooch for a stroll, or even a trip in your canoe! While your dogs are required to be leashed, it’s a scenic experience and definitely one you don’t want to miss out. There are many activities and scout camps that go on in this reserve, so if your dog isn’t as social or good with kids this may not be the best place for them. Bring the social pup of the family for the best experience!


Saddleback

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Population Density
1,462 per sq. mi.

Saddleback

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Saddleback is a smaller, pleasant neighborhood with an easygoing atmosphere. Sitting right next to Ray Harral Nature Park, Saddleback is in an ideal place for dog owners to take a break in a natural area. As long as you keep your dogs properly leashed, this park offers forty acres of grass, trees, and wildlife. A three mile hiking trail leads through the most scenic areas, passing through flowering gardens and even over a suspension bridge. Due to the high quantity of wildlife such as birds and squirrels, dogs easily over excited and inclined to chase shouldn’t be taken down this route.


Stacey Lynn South

24
Population Density
1,954 per sq. mi.

Stacey Lynn South

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Stacey Lynn South is a small area with a pleasant atmosphere. The neighborhood sits right above Haikey Creek Park, an absolutely gorgeous area with rich grass and high standing trees. The park has a convenient running/walking trail that courses through it, perfect for taking your favorite four legged friend on a stroll. With over a hundred acres, you and your dog are sure to be free from outside distractions like cars and crowds. It’s the perfect place to take a pup sensitive to outside stimuli for a nice, quiet stroll. As always, be sure to keep your dog secured on a leash!


Garnett/Creek Turnpike

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Population Density
3,623 per sq. mi.

Garnett/Creek Turnpike

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Garnett/Creek Turnpike is a beautiful area full of bustling activity. Near the northern bounds of the neighborhood lays Jackson Park, a scenic place that’s the ideal local area for you and your pooch to hang out and make new friends. The park has a mile long walking trail and benches for the occasional break, as well as a large splash pad for playing in during the summer. Your four legged friend will certainly enjoy playing in the misters and dripping water spouts. Remember to keep your dog leashed, as it is against the rules to have them running free.

Elm/Kenosha

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Population Density
3,161 per sq. mi.

Elm/Kenosha

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Elm/Kenosha is a lovely area that’s home to a friendly populace. Right below West Kenosha Street is Rhema Park, a gorgeous grassy area to take your pooch down to for some exercise. A walking trail winds through the park and to the south is a pond with both ducks and fish. Ducks do tend to freely wander the premises, so if your dog is inclined to chase you may want to take them elsewhere. Strategically placed trees offer shade on those hot days as well as add to the scenery, and are strung up with lights on special occasions! Both you and your pup are sure to enjoy the experience.


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