Dog walking in Happy Valley

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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 Happy Valley

Happy Valley is a small city of just over eight square miles, nestled in Clackamas County. This lovely town sits on the southeastern slope of Mount Scott, a dormant volcano as well as the city’s highest point. This neighborhood is part of the Portland Metropolis, voted the “most dog-friendly area” in the US by several publications. There are three vets within 10 miles of Happy Valley, including an animal hospital that's open six days a week. The eight parks within five miles of Happy Valley ensure your pet always has plenty of options for his evening walk. 

One convenient doggy-approved destination is Happy Valley Park, conveniently located near the heart of Happy Valley. This impressive off-leash dog park is comprised of two sections for small and large breeds, as well as an integrated section for a more cosmopolitan vibe. The bark park is part of a larger recreational area that hosts a variety of activities for its guests. There is a three-quarter mile walking loop, a sports complex, and a playground for the little ones. For his safety, make sure Fido stays leashed when outside of the off-leash zone.

Atamount Park is a quaint park with jaw-dropping views. This 4.6-acre recreation area was built on the highest point in the city. The high elevation gives the park its incredible viewpoint of Mount Saint Helens and downtown Portland. Leashed pups are welcome, but make sure you bring waste bags for your furry friend.

Happy Valley boasts six dog-friendly eateries, with a variety of offerings to sate any appetite. A morning and lunchtime favorite is the Biscuit Café. The café has four fur-iendly tables and offers brunch favorites such as scratch-made biscuits, eggs Benedict, and burgers. This casual spot is a hit with the local pups and offers vegetarian and gluten-free options for the health-conscious. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Happy Valley

Sandy River Delta

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Population Density
2,687 per sq. mi.

Sandy River Delta

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 The Sandy River Delta Recreation Area is a half-hour drive east of Happy Valley but is definitely worth the trip. Fittingly nicknamed “Thousand Acre Park”, this enormous expanse offers over 1,000 acres of off-leash hiking, biking, and equestrian trails. Local pups love the pawportunity to frolic leash-free on the shoreline and cool their tired paws in the scenic Sandy River. The Sandy River makes an exceptional spot for fishing and is home to many species such as salmon, steelhead, and bass. The park is known to get muddy, so come prepared with towels for your furry friend. After you get cleaned up, head over to Troutini, a casual fine-dining eatery that loves its four-legged guests. This place is truly exceptional with offerings such as pan-seared diver scallops with a saffron puree. This place will leave you both drooling!

Eastmoreland

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Population Density
4,234 per sq. mi.

Eastmoreland

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The Crystal Springs Rhododendron Test Garden is one of the best places in the area to see and sniff. This 9.5-acre botanical masterpiece is home to over 2,500 plants, and is dotted with stunning features such as ponds, cascading waterfalls, and fountains. Leashed pets are welcome to stroll through the gardens, but owners must be sure to clean up after their pup. Entry is free during the off-season but there is a small fee during blooming season. If you and your mutt are craving some warm food and a cold drink, stop in at Laurelwood Public House and Brewery for some refreshments!

St Johns

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
684 per sq. mi.

St Johns

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This beautiful waterfront neighborhood is located at the convergence of the Columbus and Willamette Rivers and is home to Cathedral Park. This site has a rich history and is thought to be a landing place of Lewis and Clark. This picturesque riverfront park is tucked away under the St. Johns Bridge and offers a great place for an off-leash romp in the water. Only some areas of the park are off-leash, so make sure to pay close attention to signage. Amenities include a boat ramp and dock, canoe launch, picnic tables, and wheelchair accessible restrooms. 

Sellwood Moreland

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
5,988 per sq. mi.

Sellwood Moreland

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Seven miles southeast of Happy Valley sits the super pup-friendly neighborhood of Sellwood-Moreland. This burrow is home to Sellwood Riverfront Park--a 7.6-acre park that boasts an impressive off-leash area. The park is located right on the water and features a boat dock and a canoe launch. Your pup will love wading in the cool Willamette River with his newfound buds. For their safety, furry guests must remain on a lead when outside the designated off-leash area. Doggie bags are not provided, so owners will need to bring their own.  After an afternoon romp in the park, enjoy a relaxing meal at one of the 12 dog-friendly eateries that Sellwood-Moreland has to offer. 

Bridlemile

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,166 per sq. mi.

Bridlemile

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Bridlemile is home to Council Crest Park, a 43-acre park, located on the highest point in Portland. This property boasts both fantastic views and an interesting history. The park has an elevation of 1,073 feet, and is a great place for a scenic picnic with Fido. Contained within the vicinity is a 2-acre off-leash area that is very popular with the local paw-pulation. If you’re looking for a nice dog-friendly lunch spot, check out the Feathered Nest. This inclusive eatery offers delicious fare with gluten-free and vegetarian options. Popular menu items include salads, rice and quinoa bowls, and sandwiches. Kids eat free on the weekends, so bring the whole crew!

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