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    Browse top-rated dog walkers in Tahlequah, OK 74464

    I am born and raised in OK and my childhood was spent growing up in Sequoyah State Park. All throughout my life I've had pets and was taught how to train them from a very early age. At one point in childhood my dad and I trained two black labs all the necessary commands to duck hunt. Currently, my dog's name is Little John and he is a german shepherd husky mix who is almost 10 years old. He and I have worked through everything from separation anxiety, to potty training, leash training, etc.

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


    lauren R.
    2018-07-29T17:59:49-07:00
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    I am born and raised in OK and my childhood was spent growing up in Sequoyah State Park. All throughout my life I've had pets and was taught how to train them from a very early age. At one point in childhood my dad and I trained two black labs all the necessary commands to duck hunt. Currently, my dog's name is Little John and he is a german shepherd husky mix who is almost 10 years old. He and I have worked through everything from separation anxiety, to potty training, leash training, etc.

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


    lauren R.
    2018-07-29T17:59:49-07:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified 20m Walk

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Tahlequah

    Hensley Street

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,103 per sq. mi.

    Hensley Street

    4848

    Does your dog smell fried chicken and want to raise the "ruff" in excitement? No chicken bones for Fido, but a small piece of white meat can't hurt him, right? If you live off Hensley Street, your lucky Fido's within walking distance of one of Okies' favorite chicken joints, Charlie's Chicken! You can choose between fried or rotisserie options, with endless choices of both sides and plates. Charlie's Chicken makes it easy on the indecisive by offering daily specials like the meatloaf and catfish dinner on Friday! Dogs are more than welcome at Charlie's Chicken in the outside seating area. Maybe if Fido's on his best behavior, he'll get some table scraps as a treat!

    Circle Street

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,103 per sq. mi.

    Circle Street

    3636

    Does your dog like to dig holes in your yard? It can be annoying in your backyard, but you might be able to put those digging skills to good use at the Tahlequah Community Garden off Circle Street. Located in the northwest pocket of the city, the Tahlequah Community Garden is an open patch of land where locals can grow food for themselves and the community. Most of the plots are dedicated to edible plants, but the co-op is flexible. The garden works to feed the hungry while also teaching citizens various agricultural methods and farming techniques. Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the garden, so your Fido can hang out with as you plant! If you grow pumpkin, this makes a great superfood for dogs!

    East Downing Street

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,103 per sq. mi.

    East Downing Street

    2424

    Does your dog hate saying "fur-well" to spring in place of the heat of summer? Locals who live with their dogs off of East Downing Street take their dogs down to Tahlequah Splash Pad. This park features an archway that sprays cool jets of water down at the two and four-legged children who play here. There are also nozzles that spray water upward from the ground. Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash. Since the splash pad is outside and dogs are allowed at all Tahlequah city-owned parks, you won't have any issues with your puppers being here. Also in the same neighborhood is Elephant Rock Nature Park, where your dog can explore 210 acres of the Ozarks. Your dog will love exploring the outdoor activities around East Downing Street. Just don't forget the leash!

    Hillcrest Avenue

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,071 per sq. mi.

    Hillcrest Avenue

    1212

    Does your dog need tons of exercise to keep him happy and healthy? If you live off Hillcrest Avenue in the southwestern corner of the city, then you can drive down to the Greenleaf State Park to hike an 18-mile loop trail. A weekend on the trail will keep Fido plenty exercised and happy as he sniffs out the local trees alongside the lake. The trail was designed for overnight backpacking, but the park also has cabins for those who don't want to "ruff" it by camping. The north loop is tougher than the southern loop, with more rocky surfaces and steep ledges. Either way, your Fido will love trailblazing through the Greenleaf Trail!

    Dogwood Drive

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,071 per sq. mi.

    Dogwood Drive

    00

    Does your dog enjoy the simple things in life? Living off Dogwood Drive places you in a "furry" suburban part of Tahlequah where the streets aren't busy and everything's nice and quiet. Residents who live here often take their dogs to Kaufman Park. This small park has a playground and picnic tables with plenty of shady areas to relax. The Tahlequah Creek runs just west of the park, which you can hear while you're relaxing with Fido. This park makes a nice escape from the small businesses and busier streets less than a quarter mile north of Dogwood Drive. Also, if you follow South Muskogee Street, you'll land at two other serene parks -- Sequoya Park and Floyd H Norris Park. Fido's already scratching at the door for a walk!

    Hensley Street

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,103 per sq. mi.

    Hensley Street

    4848

    Does your dog smell fried chicken and want to raise the "ruff" in excitement? No chicken bones for Fido, but a small piece of white meat can't hurt him, right? If you live off Hensley Street, your lucky Fido's within walking distance of one of Okies' favorite chicken joints, Charlie's Chicken! You can choose between fried or rotisserie options, with endless choices of both sides and plates. Charlie's Chicken makes it easy on the indecisive by offering daily specials like the meatloaf and catfish dinner on Friday! Dogs are more than welcome at Charlie's Chicken in the outside seating area. Maybe if Fido's on his best behavior, he'll get some table scraps as a treat!

    Circle Street

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,103 per sq. mi.

    Circle Street

    3636

    Does your dog like to dig holes in your yard? It can be annoying in your backyard, but you might be able to put those digging skills to good use at the Tahlequah Community Garden off Circle Street. Located in the northwest pocket of the city, the Tahlequah Community Garden is an open patch of land where locals can grow food for themselves and the community. Most of the plots are dedicated to edible plants, but the co-op is flexible. The garden works to feed the hungry while also teaching citizens various agricultural methods and farming techniques. Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the garden, so your Fido can hang out with as you plant! If you grow pumpkin, this makes a great superfood for dogs!

    East Downing Street

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,103 per sq. mi.

    East Downing Street

    2424

    Does your dog hate saying "fur-well" to spring in place of the heat of summer? Locals who live with their dogs off of East Downing Street take their dogs down to Tahlequah Splash Pad. This park features an archway that sprays cool jets of water down at the two and four-legged children who play here. There are also nozzles that spray water upward from the ground. Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash. Since the splash pad is outside and dogs are allowed at all Tahlequah city-owned parks, you won't have any issues with your puppers being here. Also in the same neighborhood is Elephant Rock Nature Park, where your dog can explore 210 acres of the Ozarks. Your dog will love exploring the outdoor activities around East Downing Street. Just don't forget the leash!

    Hillcrest Avenue

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,071 per sq. mi.

    Hillcrest Avenue

    1212

    Does your dog need tons of exercise to keep him happy and healthy? If you live off Hillcrest Avenue in the southwestern corner of the city, then you can drive down to the Greenleaf State Park to hike an 18-mile loop trail. A weekend on the trail will keep Fido plenty exercised and happy as he sniffs out the local trees alongside the lake. The trail was designed for overnight backpacking, but the park also has cabins for those who don't want to "ruff" it by camping. The north loop is tougher than the southern loop, with more rocky surfaces and steep ledges. Either way, your Fido will love trailblazing through the Greenleaf Trail!

    Dogwood Drive

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,071 per sq. mi.

    Dogwood Drive

    00

    Does your dog enjoy the simple things in life? Living off Dogwood Drive places you in a "furry" suburban part of Tahlequah where the streets aren't busy and everything's nice and quiet. Residents who live here often take their dogs to Kaufman Park. This small park has a playground and picnic tables with plenty of shady areas to relax. The Tahlequah Creek runs just west of the park, which you can hear while you're relaxing with Fido. This park makes a nice escape from the small businesses and busier streets less than a quarter mile north of Dogwood Drive. Also, if you follow South Muskogee Street, you'll land at two other serene parks -- Sequoya Park and Floyd H Norris Park. Fido's already scratching at the door for a walk!

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