Dog walking in Clackamas

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Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.

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Hello Portland Area Pawrents! I have happily walked on Wag! for four years and am fully vaccinated! I have completely over a 3000 successful walks here on Wag! I love my job...I mean I get to walk puppies to young at heart dogs, what gets better than that? My biggest compliment I receive is that I am consistent, dependable, and genuine. I have over 15 years of experience caring and training dogs and I look forward to sharing my dog behavior knowledge with your furry baby. Let’s Wag! today PDX!

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

Hi, I'm Zach! I've been working with animals for my whole life and walking dogs professionally for about seven years. I've also worked at animal rescues and adoption centers - I just can't get enough of dogs! Can't wait to meet yours!

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

Dog Walking in Clackamas

A small suburb of Portland, Clackamas offers a cozy area away from the hustle of the big city, complete with a small military base and eight veterinary clinics to help care for your furry friend. Aside from one dog park, Clackamas itself isn’t bustling with dog-friendly attractions, but you can visit one of several nearby towns for a pawesome time.

Portland is only a few miles from Clackamas and offers some of the best pawportunities you’ll find. Like Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden, which takes you through gorgeous nature trails and allows leashed dogs to join. Lents Park Off-Leash Area is also a great spot for dogs to run, play, and make some new friends, and you can even visit the public park with your pup on his leash.

If you’re looking for an adventure away from the city, you can find that near Clackamas, too. Tryon Creek State Park is on the outskirts of Portland and has acres upon acres of gorgeous land, biking and hiking trails, a nature center, a wetland boardwalk, and more. Your leashed dog will love joining you on this ultimate outdoor adventure and several others that are within a 15-mile radius of Clackamas!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clackamas

Talbert

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,484 per sq. mi.

Talbert

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The Talbert neighborhood of Clackamas, Oregon, is a pawtastic spot for dogs and their owners. You can visit the North Clackamas Dog Park, which has 1.5 acres of fully fenced space and various terrains for dogs of all ages and sizes to explore, play, and socialize. If you’re looking for some places to eat with your dog here, you’re also in luck. Head to Big Town Hero for a one-of-a-kind sub, salad, or another casual favorite. Or, if you’re looking for some freshly-caught seafood, McGrath’s Fish House might be right up your alley. Grab a seat with Spot at one of the outdoor tables! 

Sellwood Moreland

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,362 per sq. mi.

Sellwood Moreland

36

Sellwood-Moreland is a neighborhood in Portland, OR, that sits 6.7 miles from Clackamas. This beautiful neighborhood sits along the Willamette River, offering you and your favorite pooch some pretty water views from just about anywhere in the neighborhood. Sellwood Riverfront Park is one pupular spot. The public park has a fenced-in dog park right near the water where your dog can splash around and enjoy some sand between his toes. If you get hungry, head to Muddy Rudder Public House for a casual dining experience with outdoor paw-friendly tables. Opa Pizzeria also welcomes dogs and is the spot to go when you crave some unique pies.

Woodstock

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,755 per sq. mi.

Woodstock

24

About 8.1 miles from Clackamas is the Woodstock neighborhood in Portland, just moments away from Sellwood-Moreland. Woodstock City Park is a must-see, allowing dogs on their leashes at any time and any day to explore grassy fields, picnic areas, and more. The park also has a designated off-leash area for pooches to have a little more freedom! There are plenty of paw-friendly dining options here, too, like Toast, a puptastic spot for some breakfast favorites with outdoor seating for you and Rover. Laughing Planet Café is another favorite, offering a mixed bag of foods and several outdoor tables to sit at.

Mt. Tabor

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,840 per sq. mi.

Mt. Tabor

12

Just under ten miles from Clackamas is the Mt. Tabor neighborhood of Portland. Mt. Tabor Park is a must-see spot for you and your four-legged pal. The huge area has a designated dog park with four acres of space to explore unleashed. Your leashed pup is welcome in other areas of the park to hike, run, and play. You can also bring your leashed dog to Oneonta Falls, with gorgeous hiking trails and waterfalls, making it sure to become a quick hit with adventurous dogs. Hungry? Head to Stark Street Station for coffee, tea, and quick favorites like bagels and sandwiches. 

Lakewood

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Population Density
1,137 per sq. mi.

Lakewood

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If you want a place near Clackamas that has plenty of dog-friendly dining options, you won’t want to miss Lakewood in Lake Oswego. Just under nine miles from Clackamas, Lakewood sits near both the Willamette River and Oswego Lake and has several restaurants that overlook the water. At Nicoletta’s Table & Marketplace, you and your pooch can pull up a seat on the outdoor patio to eat some delicious, authentic Italian meals. For a right-on-the-water relaxing vibe, head to Stickman Brewery and Skewery, which has waterfront outdoor seating for you and your dog and some of the area’s best grilled food options. 

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