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Top Dog Walking Experiences in Troutdale

Whitney
Whitney
Reviewed by Courtney M. on 08/15/2017

"Very personable, answered my questions to my satisfaction. Whitney was on time and did a great job!"

1.13 mi
31m
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Whitney
Whitney
Reviewed by Ethan L. on 08/08/2017

"She is a good dog walker our heeler repo is very picky and everything including people and he loved her. I highly suggest her. "

1.04 mi
31m
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Whitney
Whitney
Reviewed by Erica L. on 07/29/2017

"Thanks for taking Jack out and so sorry for the confusion over addresses! Hope you can walk Jack again."

1.98 mi
56m
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Whitney
Whitney
Reviewed by Alyssa B. on 07/29/2017

"Whitney gave our babies water (with ice!) after a long walk - very thoughtful. We loved the video she took on the walk!"

1.83 mi
60m
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Dog Areas in Troutdale

10 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
4 Eateries
1 Groomer

Troutdale is going to be your pup's favorite place to explore once he gets to see the pawsome amenities this town is filled with. Located in Multnomah County, this tourist town is known as the getaway to the Historic Columbia River Highway, the Mount Hood Scenic Byway, and the Columbia River Gorge. With one veterinarian in town, your dog will be well taken care of in Troutdale.

Cannery Park is a great park to take Fido to for a fun day out and a great walk. The park is small, but still offers benches for owners to sit on, a small grass area, and a nice paved walking path that you both can use for a walk, which is lined with benches. This small park is lined with lights so you can access it at night and not have to worry about being out in the dark.

Stop into J Gelato Italian Ice and Frozen Custard for a tasty treat with your furry pal. This pawsome restaurant offers forty different flavors of soft custard ice cream, plus they have non-dairy options and Italian ice. Their outdoor patio welcomes your pup to sit alongside you and share and tasty desert together.

Your dog will love exploring the busy town of Troutdale with you and checking out all the amazing amenitis this beautiful town has to offer. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Troutdale

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    Population Density 4,801/sq mi

    #1 Upper Troutdale

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    Head over to the Upper Troutdale neighborhood to explore some amazing parks. The Sunrise City Park offers a great trail that is lined with benches that you and Fido can use for a walk. There are also picnic tables throughout the park if you and your dog want to enjoy a meal outdoors. The Woodale Park doesn't offer a ton of amenities, but it is still 2.5-acres of grassy land that Fido can run on. Take a walk on the short walking path to tire out your pup. Your dog will love being at Columbia Park, which is a 19.9-acre park that holds a soccer field, baseball diamonds, covered picnic area, restrooms, and 6-acre of wooded trails that you and your dog can go explore together.
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    Population Density 3,975/sq mi

    #2 Troutdale

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    Stop by the Helen Althaus Park and check out all the great things you and Fido can do together. This 9.51-acre park has a basketball court, an open grass field, and a one-mile trail that can be used for a walk. The Harlow House Park is just down the street from the Helen Althaus Park and was built in the 1900s. The 1.4-acre park offers a pavilion with benches and has a small trail that can be walked. If the two of you get hungry while out and about, stop into Troutini for a bite to eat. This American Bistro-style restaurant offers tons of food options and will even bring fresh water out for Fido. If you're looking to grab a drink, check out the Celebrate Me Expresso Bar and grab a coffee or espresso drink and snack on some baked goods or sandwiches. Both of these amazing restaurants offer dog-friendly patios so your pup can join you for a meal.
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    Population Density 3,975/sq mi

    #3 Sandee Palisades

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    Your pup will love going to the Lewellyn Avenue Park with you. This 2.39-acre park contains two tennis courts, an open play area, picnic tables, and a playground. There is a paved walkway throughout the park that you and your dog are more than welcome to use for a walk. The Sandee Palisades Park is  4.62 acres that your pup will love exploring. With a playground, softball field, open play area, picnic tables, and a paved pathway, your dog will have the time of his life over at this beautiful park. Make sure to bring clean-up bags along with you to the parks.
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    Population Density 4,014/sq mi

    #4 North Troutdale

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    The Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site offers tons of amenities that your dog will love checking out with you. The 54-acre site offers swimming, boating, fishing, restrooms, and hiking. Take a hike along the Sandy River Delta Trail which offers 2.4-miles of exploring on a 52-foot elevation gain with a loop style route. You will pass a river where Fido can stop to get water, but make sure to keep him on a leash. The Sandy River Delta Park is a multi-use recreational area that is filled with trails that you and your dog can go explore. Try out the Boundary Trail which is 1.5-miles long or if you're looking for something smaller hop onto the Meadow Trail which is only 0.5-miles long.
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    Population Density 7,501/sq mi

    #5 Kiku Park

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    Your dog will have a great time at Kiku Park with you. The 2062-acre park has amenities that Fido will be going crazy over, like a basketball court, open play area, and a playground. They have a trail that you and your dog can go explore through a wooded area that will eventually lead to the Beaver Creek Canyon where Fido can stop and get water or splash around and cool off. The park doesn't offer a ton of shade, so make sure to bring water and your clean-up bags along with you and keep your dog on a leash while you are visiting the park. 
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