Dog Walkers in New Kensington

Find trusted dog walkers near you.

How Wag! Works

Book a Dog Walk with One of our Trusted Wag! Walkers
Track your Dog's Walk with our Live GPS Tracker
Receive Custom Reports Detailing your Dog's Activity

Vetted Walker Trust & Safety

Thoroughly Vetted
Wag! Guaranteed

Dog Areas in New Kensington

1 Park
3 Shops
1 Eatery
2 Groomers
Dogs love New Kensington! This small town has a lot to offer, and they're also close to a bustling community! There's one veterinary clinic in New Kensington, but four more within a twenty minute drive! Whatever you're looking for, New Kensington or the surrounding area has it! 

Looking for a fun night out with your dog? Local restaurant House of 1000 Beers serves up delicious food (like buttered crawfish tacos, classic buffalo chicken wings, and burgers) and a wide variety of bottled brews to a dog-friendly outdoor patio space! 

Memorial Park in New Kensington is a great place to go to stretch your legs. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the park. There's a playground, a collection of sports fields featuring soccer and tennis, and a creek! This creek is a popular summer attraction, where wading in can help you beat the heat! There are statues and plaques through the park that provide some local history. You can also set up at the picnic tables for a fun lunch outdoors. There's a little something for everyone! 

You'll have sweet dreams at Quality Inn New Kensington! For a small fee your pet can accompany you into the hotel room! 

Sniff out good times and make some memories in dog-friendly New Kensington! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New Kensington

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 461/sq mi

    #1 The Fairways

    The Barking Slopes Conservation Area, despite the name, is not a dog-specific area. It is a fantastic place to bring your dog, however, it is a nature preserve. Dogs should stay on leash while in Barking Slopes Conservation Area so that you can leave nature as pristine as you found it! There's plenty to explore while staying on the path. This area has a very natural feeling, which means not every trail is for every skill level. If you're looking for a challenging hike, the hills of Barking Slopes could be just for you! Bring in your own supplies so you and your dog don't get thirsty!
    Dog neighborhood?
  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 461/sq mi

    #2 Downtown New Kensington

    Falcoln Park is a simple area that's natural, but not as natural as some other Kensington parks. It features open space throughout, making it pawfect for high energy dogs who need to walk a long way before they'll let you sleep at night! It's also mostly flat. This allows you to walk your dog all through the open fields and along the simple, dirt paths without undertaking a huge climb. The park doesn't have amenities, so be sure to bring in your own water to stave of dehydration for you and your pup. Despite how remote the park is, you're still in downtown, so resist the temptation to remove the leash!
    Dog neighborhood?
  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 461/sq mi

    #3 Logan's Ferry Heights

    Logan's Ferry Community Park is a small park that serves the mainly residential community of Logan's Ferry Heights. This park's location makes it a convenient place to walk your dog as part of the daily grind. It's small, but totally usable. High energy dogs may yearn for larger parks and longer walks, but for small dogs or dogs who are more low key, a couple of laps of this park should do just fine! The park also features a playground and a basketball court. After school or on the weekends, this small park can get crowded, so plan accordingly for your best experience.
    Dog neighborhood?
  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,703/sq mi

    #4 Kinlock

    Just two minutes across the border from New Kensington is the Kinlock neighborhood of Lower Burrell. Kinlock Firemans Park is a great place to take your pup! This compact park uses it's space wisely. Roughly one third of the park is devoted to an open, grassy area perfect for letting your dog lead the way. Hold the leash and go wherever their feet (and sniffing nose) take you! The other two thirds of the park are divided between a playground for children and a basketball court. If your dog isn't much of an ambler and needs a brisk pace, walking laps of the park isn't exciting, but it is practical.
    Dog neighborhood?
  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,703/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Lower Burrell

    Nine minutes from New Kensington is Downtown Lower Burrell. If you have a high energy, people-loving dog, this is the place to go to tire them out! Flyers Field is a huge, open green space for you and your dog to explore together. The area isn't really divided, but you can often find sections claimed for sports of one kind or another. Any space not in use is free to explore. You can wrack up your day's step count by walking laps or sides of the park, or just follow your dog's nose. With so much to see at this popular park, your dog is bound to find something interesting to them!
    Dog neighborhood?
Book me a walkiee?
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd