Dog walking in Cleveland

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Mariah NCleveland, OK 74020

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Hi, my name is Mariah and I am a senior in college. As school takes up most of my time, my love for dog’s and this job opportunity fit well. I own a 2 year old Great Dane named Enzo who truly is my best friend. He has sparked my love for dogs and keeps me on my toes. He can be a lot to handle (being 160lbs) so I’m confident in my ability to care for your dog.

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Shanell ACleveland, OK 74020

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Dogs are my biggest passion in life! I’ve been a dog owner for 26 years, with breeds varying from a Jack Russell Terrier, a Husky/Border Collie, Dutch Shepherd, Lab, Pitbull & Doberman. I have been dog sitting for many friends & clients since I was in middle school as well as volunteering at shelters.

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

Dog Walking in Cleveland

Cleveland in Pawnee County, Oklahoma, is a city covering just 2.6 square miles, but is the gateway to many beautiful recreation areas along the Keystone Lake and Arkansas River. Cleveland is 110 miles north east of the state’s capital Oklahoma City. Although it is a small place, there are three veterinary clinics listed for the city, so help is close by should the unthinkable happen to Fido.

For your first outing here, check out the Cleveland Trail. This 2.5 mile asphalt trail follows the route of an abandoned right-of-way of the old Missouri–Kansas–Texas Railroad (MKT). The Cleveland trail runs from the south of town to the Arkansas River, opposite the neighbouring town of Osage and ends at an old trestle bridge. There is lots of wildlife to see along the way, so keep your pup on a lead for his safety and that of the local inhabitants. Please pick up after your pet to keep the trail clean for future visitors.

Billy Vessels Park in Cleveland is a lovely little community park to visit with your pet. There is a playground, ball courts and ball fields for the kids and plenty of open space for the dog to get a bit of exercise too.

With many more places to check out around Cleveland, you and your pup are sure to enjoy your stay!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cleveland

South Cleveland

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Population Density
81 per sq. mi.

South Cleveland

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The Feyodi Creek Park is just three miles southeast of Cleveland centre, and a lovely spot to come for a day out with your pup. This large park has ample room for exploring or bringing a picnic to make a day of it. Take a walk with your pup along the lake shores, or bring your fishing rods and try your luck while Fido relaxes by your side. There are also soccer fields here and a disc gold course for the kids to enjoy. Seek out the Veterans Memorial on your travels around Feyodi Creek Park. If you are travelling in an RV, you can park up and stay the night here.

Osage

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Population Density
520 per sq. mi.

Osage

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Osage Point Park in neighbouring Osage is eight miles southeast of Cleveland, and a pet-friendly place to take a trail walk with your pooch. The flat open ground bordering the lake provides a scenic vista out into the water as you stroll along the path. There are shady trees along the water’s edge to stop for a break and to admire the view. Let well-behaved pups off the lead for a run, but be aware there are birds and other wildlife here. Fishing is permitted in the river if you would like to try your luck at catching dinner. Take everything you need here – waste disposal bags, food and water. Bug spray is a good idea in warmer weather.

Westport

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Population Density
73 per sq. mi.

Westport

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Cowskin Bay South is a pet-friendly primitive campground located approximately 10 miles south east of Cleveland in Westport. There is plenty of open space to take a walk with your pet, or let well-behaved pups off the lead for a run or game of fetch. Make sure your pup will obey commands however, as there aren’t any fences and there are many birds that call the area home that may distract an inquisitive pooch. The campground has drop toilets, but there isn’t any reliable potable water or shops close by, so bring everything you need for your trip. Picnic tables are provided throughout the camping area and along the waterfront for a nice spot to eat your lunch while your pup rests after his play. There is a fishing pier and boat ramp here for the anglers.

Shady Grove

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Population Density
110 per sq. mi.

Shady Grove

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Head over to Appalachia Bay Recreation Area in southern section of Shady Grove, 15.6 miles from Cleveland, for a pawriffic day out by the river. There is ample open space here for a walk with your pet along the many tracks or some time off the lead, but be aware there aren’t any fences and there is wildlife around. This is also a popular OTV area, so keep watch for vehicles on your travels too. There are toilets on site and picnic tables for a pleasant spot to sit for lunch. Running water and grills are usually available, but come prepared with everything you need here, including food, water for you and your pup, doggie waste disposal bags and bug spray in the warmer weather.

Prue

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Population Density
1,030 per sq. mi.

Prue

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The Walnut Creek State Park in Prue is situated 16 miles south east of Cleveland on the northern side of the Arkansas River. This is another great pet-friendly space to come for a good trail walk or day out by the river. Walnut Creek used to be a State Park, but is now privately run, so there is a $5 day pass entry fee. You can also camp here for an additional fee, so why not make a weekend of it? There are many paved trails here to walk with your dog through the recreation area as well as an equestrian trail to seek out. Picnic tables, shelters and toilets are provided at the camp ground. Swimming and fishing are permitted at various locations along the river.