Dog walking in Junction City

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“I will love your animals like they're my own!”

Hi Wag! parents! I am currently working towards my Fisheries and Wildlife degree at Oregon State Univeristy. I love and adore animals of all shapes and sizes. I have two dogs, Galena, an Australian Shepherd and Luthor, a boxer/heeler mix. I also have Malcolm, who is a black cat! I have been walking and looking after dogs and cats for over three years now. I am so excited to get to know your pup!

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Socialization training, Potty training, Therapy training, Puppy training

I have been walking and caring for dogs in San Francisco since November of 2016. I work all over the city and have experience with almost all breeds. I ensure that every dog has a good experience with me by helping to release their energy and allowing them to explore the sights and smells of their neighborhood. On each walk I take cute and artistic photos, videos to let the client feel like they are with us, and update my clients on interesting events that transpire. I treat every dog that I care for as my own. I am very active on Instagram @jasandpups where I post daily photos of the dogs I meet. I can't wait to befriend your dog!

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Dog Walking in Junction City

One of the biggest attractions in this beautiful rural city is its annual Scandinavian Festival. This sleepy farming community explodes with visitors around mid-August each year, when around 100,000 visitors descend on the town and surrounding areas to celebrate the culture of the early Scandinavian settlers. There’s a massive market where you and your wag-tailed wonder can enjoy the sights and particularly the smells of traditional Scandinavian food and crafts. But if mid-August doesn’t suit you, never fear, as there’s plenty of other fetchingactivities all year round!

As Junction City is a largely agricultural city with a burgeoning wine-growing tradition, there is a selection of vineyards and farms to visit with your furry friend. Pfeffer Vineyard with its delicious pinot noir, wandering paths, secluded tasting areas and picnic tables is a must-see. The same can be said for Walnut Ridge Vineyard, which has a tasting patio commanding a wonderful view of the surrounding countryside. Last but definitely not least is the ast-hounding Bellpine Vineyard, which has its own pet-friendly guest house (although it is restricted to 1 small dog only).

Junction City, with its small-town charm, friendly locals, and fun activities throughout the year, is a wonderful place for dog owners to live or visit!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Junction City

City Center

48
Population Density
1,782 per sq. mi.

City Center

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An absolute must-see in this beautiful little rural village is the Valhalla Winery. This stunning, dog-friendly spot is only a 20-minute drive south of Junction City, and boy is it worth the trip! (Even if you’re not a big wine fan.) The setting allows for long strolls with your four-legged buddy around the vines and hills. During the summer months, there are often outdoor music events (maybe avoid those if your canine can be cranky about noise) and local vendors that come out to sell a wide selection of local food, produce, and beverages. You and Fido would be barking mad to miss this! 

Washburne State Wayside

36
Population Density
1,598 per sq. mi.

Washburne State Wayside

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Although this spot is just over an hour’s drive from Junction City, it really is a worthwhile journey to make with your tree-sniffin' pal, because there are plenty of trees to sniff and mark at the Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park! Just off Highway 101 but sheltered from noise by lush, wild-flowering rhododendrons and ancient trees, this park has a wide selection of clearly marked treks of varying difficulty for you and your barking buddy to see. There’s plenty of pet-friendly camping, and you can even book a yurt to rent in advance. If you want to treat yourself and your furry friend to some R&R by the Pacific Ocean, this is the pawfect place to do it!

Monroe

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Population Density
1,362 per sq. mi.

Monroe

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This part of rural Oregon really is wine country (not "whine" country!), and the sleepy town of Monroe is no exception, boasting 3 nearby vineyards. The beautifully named and equally beautifully situated Sweet Earth Vineyard is a real gem for you and your furry friend to visit, as it has a lovely outdoor patio commanding views of the coastal foothills. It's peaceful and well-shaded, andin summer, this spot features a vendor from the locally famous Boss Hawgs’ BBQ. The wines and local micro-brews are very reasonably priced, but if you want a more high-end wine, the Benton Cane Winery is the place to go. 

Coburg

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,384 per sq. mi.

Coburg

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Had enough wine and need to play at a dog park? Armitage Dog Park really is the perfect spot to bring your rover out roving! This beautiful open-plan park is big enough that your prancing pooch can really stretch their legs but small enough that you can keep an eye on 'em from the many picnic tables and benches around the park. There are waste stations, fresh water pumps, wading pools, and toys scattered all around the area. The perimeter is nice and secure even for the high-jumping hounds, so no worries there. It is worth noting that there is a $4 parking fee, and a $180 fine for skipping out on it, so bring some coins. 

Corvallis City Center

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Corvallis City Center

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Corvallis is a great spot to travel to with your wag-tailed tag-along as it has a total of 8 great parks to choose from. A particular favorite is the Corvallis Dog Park. This is the perfect spot for your bounding buddy to stretch their legs. The facilities for doggies are great here; there’s a paddling pool with fresh water pumped into it, benches for owners to relax on, and plenty of responsible dog owners (although it’s worth noting there can be exceptions in any off-leash park). The only drawback of this park is that it can be a little muddy on or after rainy days. 

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