Dog walking in Corvallis

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Hi I’m Jessica. I’m a definite animal person and I especially love doggies. My professional dog experience started at one of the big pet food chains where I was a certified dog trainer for a year. I then moved on to a doggy daycare/boarding facility where I was a play group leader for 3yrs. I’ve been a stay at home mom since then. Now that both my kids are in school I’d like to go back to working with dogs since that is what I love. Thank you for letting me walk your doggies, it truly is my pleasure.

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Hi there! My name is Emily and I am an active college student with open availability ready to take care of your pup! I’ve been around dogs my whole life and have 3 rescue pups of my own. I’ve volunteered with American Brittany Rescue for 6 years with fostering and transporting dogs. I love to be outside and go on adventures. If you have a very active pup I can take them on a run instead of a walk to burn off even more energy! I can’t wait to meet you and your furry best friend!

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

Dog Walking in Corvallis

Corvallis literally means the heart of the city; Corvallis is settled at the core of Oregon's Willamette Valley. It has one of the best college towns, greenest buildings, and one of the top ten places to live.

Let your dog out in some leash-free pleasure in dog parks around Corvallis. There're a lot of options to choose from. Whatever your location is within the city, you can choose to go to these parks - Corvallis Dog Park, Martin Luther King Jr. Park, Chip Ross Park, Bald Hill Park and Willamette Park. All are off-leash dog play areas except for Crystal Lake Sports Fields. They only allow dogs off-leash at winter since the area is utilized for sports activities in the summer.

Enjoy some great tasting coffee at Coffee Culture Café. Take a sip on the perfect cup of coffee, espresso, latte and other concoctions together with a variety of freshly baked goods. Dogs are allowed in the patios and are served water bowls.

Visit Corvallis, a charming, tree-lined city and stop into a few of the finest Oregon wineries, hike in mountains, stroll parks, and shop downtown! Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast, a foodie, or someone with a furry four-legged baggage, there’s something happening all year round.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Corvallis

1st St/ 7th ST

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
5,928 per sq. mi.

1st St/ 7th ST

48

If you’re in Corvallis you can’t miss the dog park named after the city, in the neighborhood of 35th and Harrison. Corvallis Dog Park is the only completely fenced in dog park in Corvallis and a great urban option for you and your dog. With water buckets to go around and even a separate section for the smaller pooches, this park has everything your dog needs for a break from his leash while in the city. There are even a couple of wading pools! This park is exceptionally clean so please bring poop bags so you can do your part to keep it that way.


CoHo/ Southtown

36
Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
1,379 per sq. mi.

CoHo/ Southtown

36

The Crystal Lake neighborhood in Corvallis is park paradise. Anyone can find something to do in Willamette Park, including your furry friend. This large public park contains sports fields, a playground, sheltered picnic areas, a boat launch and of course, an off-leash dog area. If your dog longs to romp around in the snow, just north of Willamette Park is Crystal Lake Sports Field. In the summer this area is reserved for sports but in the winter it turns into an off-leash doggy heaven. Neither of these off-leash dog areas are fenced, so be sure to only bring Fido when he’s on his best behavior! Don’t forget waste bags and water for your dog as these are not provided.

The Woods

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,038 per sq. mi.

The Woods

24

When you need a break from the city, The Woods neighborhood in Southwest Corvallis is a breath of fresh air. Woodland Meadow Dog Park sits on 33 acres of beautiful green space, and includes a designated, unfenced, off-leash dog area in the east end of the park. You can let your dog run through open fields of wildflowers and old oaks while you relax at the picnic tables enjoying valley views. The park also features an informal half mile loop walking trail that circles the park. Drinking water is available for your tired puppy but you’ll need waste bags and a ball to play fetch!


Brooklane

12
Population Density
926 per sq. mi.

Brooklane

12

Brooklane is a highly sought after neighborhood in Corvallis and is known for being home of Avery Park. There are plenty of trails and large open spaces running through this park just waiting for your pup to explore. You and your dog will love meandering through the rose gardens and sculptures. The well-kept rose garden is one of the highlights of Corvallis, you’ll enjoy the sights while your dog enjoys the smells. A great park for social gatherings, it’s also full of shelters and barbeques. Since this is not a designated dog park he’ll need to stay on-leash, and don’t forget supplies like water and waste bags!


Crescent Valley

0
Population Density
470 per sq. mi.

Crescent Valley

0

If you and your dog need some fresh mountain air and a dose of nature, check out the McDonald Dunn Forest. It’s  accessible through the Crescent Valley neighborhood in the northwest end of Corvallis. This park offers 11,250 acres of beautiful forested land, and trails on the eastern foothills of the coast range. Students attending the College of Forestry use this forest as a living laboratory, but it’s just as pleasing for nature lovers and their dogs. For a bird’s eye view of Corvallis, you and your pooch will love Dan’s Trail, one of the many hikes in McDonald Dunn Forest. It climbs 3.1 miles, passing through a historic orchard on the way. If you’re looking for an easier option check out the Woodland Trail, a 0.4 mile hiking loop. It starts and finishes at the Peavy Arboretum. While your dog rests his paws, you can learn more about the forest’s ecology from signs posted along the way. Dogs must be leashed and picked up after throughout the park.

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