Dog walking in Pine Grove Mills

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What is Wag!?

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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Olivia CPine Grove Mills, PA

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Proud cat mom and animal lover. I worked as an adoptions counselor for an SPCA during undergrad helping find perfect forever homes for dogs, cats, and small animals while advocating and educating about proper pet guardianship; and I also had a side job as a pet sitter. When I first moved to Cleveland I worked for a local pet store as the nutrition advisor helping pet parents find the best food for the needs of their fur baby. I look forward to meeting your pup soon!

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Emily GPine Grove Mills, PA

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“Knowledge, love and patience for your pet.”

Hello, my name is Emily. I have a poodle mix of my own. I volunteered at the local animal shelter all through college where I learned how to deal with many different behavioral issues. I teach during the school year and love dog walking over the summers. I’m excited to meet your dog! Thank you for trusting me with your fur baby!

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Emily MPine Grove Mills, PA

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I am currently a student at Rice University, and an avid dog lover! I grew up with a German Shepherd/Lab mix, and currently have a very well trained Queensland Blue Heeler. I have been dog sitting all types of dogs for at least fifteen years (puppies, elderly dogs, large and small dogs, etc). I have experience regularly caring for and walking multiple dogs at once (four), and am fully equipped to handle dogs that pull on walks or do not get along well with others. I am a regular runner so I can easily run with your dog (my dog loves it!).

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Bri MPine Grove Mills, PA

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I am 28 years old and a recent vet tech graduate. I love walking and caring for dogs in my spare time. I have a passion for animals and have five of my own. I have four cats and a Golden Retriever. I would treat anyone else's animal like my own!

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Erin SPine Grove Mills, PA

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Hello, my name is Erin. I look forward to walking and caring for your dog. I am currently an undergrad at Penn State and hope that the walk and interaction with be a stress relieving experience for both your dog and I.

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Emma HPine Grove Mills, PA

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“The dog always comes first!”

Hi there! My name is Emma, and I’m a graduate student at Penn State. Growing up, I’ve always been around dogs—namely, my two fluffy Belgian Tervurens Lana and Koko! Additionally, I’ve been petsitting and dog walking for about 5 years now. Doing so has given me experience with Bichons to German Shepherds and everything in between! I absolutely love caring for and getting to know new dogs, and I would love to get to know your doggy too!

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Megan GPine Grove Mills, PA

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I'm Megan, also known as the biggest dog lover. I love living a healthy lifestyle while spending time with beautiful pups. My goal is to exceed your expectations and treat your puppy with respect and kindness.

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Breanna GPine Grove Mills, PA

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Hi! My name is Breanna. I love the outdoors and I would love to walk your furry friends. I grew up owning animals such as cats, dogs, and even horses. During the summer I would walk some of the local dogs and also pet sit, we all had a lot of fun! Most of the dogs I have owned have been heat sensitive (flat nose, long hair, elderly), so know that I am ready to take the best care of your heat-sensitive friends. I will treat your companion with patience and compassion just like I treat my own. I hope to meet you soon!

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mark lPine Grove Mills, PA

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Hi! I'm Mark. I have a 4 year old golden doodle and I've been taking her to the dog park ever since she was 3 months old. I am extremely comfortable around dogs, and I get the sense that the feeling is mutual. I love being around our furry little friends, and there's not too much dog behavior (or lack thereof) that can rattle my composure.

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Kasie GPine Grove Mills, PA

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“Happiness is a warm puppy (Charles Schultz)”

I’m Kasie and I love dogs of all shapes and sizes! Having grown up around dogs, I know how important these members are in your family. I joined Wag because of my love for dogs, and my interest in spending part of my time being around what makes me happy. I look forward to sharing time and love with your four-legged family member!

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Dog Walking in Pine Grove Mills

Nestled along the northern border of Rothrock State Forest, the village of Pine Grove Mills is a quiet residential community. This rural area offers easy access to pawtastic outdoor adventures for you and your pup. When you're looking for veterinary care for Fido, you'll find about a dozen clinics in the Greater State College Area, just six miles to the northeast.

A puptacular place to go exploring with your canine companion is Patton Woods Nature Recreation Area, about six miles to the north. This 62.7-acre plot of undeveloped land allows you to let your dogs go off-leash as long as they're under your control at all times. Hunting is permitted here between September 15 and January 31 each year, so plan your outing accordingly.

To treat your special buddy to some playtime with other canines, take him to Tudek Dog Park in State College. This fenced facility has separate areas for large and small dogs. There are water stations, waste bags, and receptacles available here for your convenience. 

In the northeastern corner of the village, you can connect to the Musser Gap Trail for a puptacular hike into Rothrock State Forest. The trail is around six miles in length and provides scenic views from Skyline Vista. Dogs on a leash are welcome here. 

Pine Grove Mills and the surrounding areas have a range of pup-friendly outdoor activities available for you and your special friend.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pine Grove Mills

Pine Grove Mills

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Population Density
183 per sq. mi.

Pine Grove Mills

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The community of Pine Grove Mills is a residential area that's bordered by forest on the southeast and farmland on the northwest. This is a peaceful area where you and your pooch can go for a walk through the neighborhood. If you're looking for a park setting to get some exercise and enjoy some playtime with your furry friend, head to Cecil Irvin Park. This facility features an open field and a paved, half-mile walking trail. Go for a hike or jog with your special pal. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are welcome to join you here. Remember to bring waste bags and clean up after your pup.

Ramblewood

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Population Density
122 per sq. mi.

Ramblewood

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The remote neighborhood of Ramblewood is a small rural development with private estates that's about three miles west of town. There are country lanes here where you can go for a stroll with your furry friend. A pawesome area to go for a walk or jog with Fido is Fairbrook Park off Tadpole Road. This 29-acre facility has a paved trail that winds through the fields here. You can bring dogs with you to this park, provided they're on a leash up to six feet long and you clean up their waste. No need to bring water; there's a drinking fountain in the park.

Park Forest Village

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Population Density
729 per sq. mi.

Park Forest Village

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About six miles north of Pine Grove Mills, you'll find the residential suburb of Park Forest Village. This community has single-family homes on wooded lots. Here, you can walk your special pal down the sidewalk for a little exercise. When you want to enjoy some green space with your four-footed friend, take him to Circleville Park. This 37.7-acre facility includes a disc golf course, a multipurpose field, and a paved walking path. You're allowed to bring dogs on a leash up to six feet long to designated areas in the park. Make sure that you immediately clean up any waste left by your pup.

Greenwich Hill

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Population Density
5,534 per sq. mi.

Greenwich Hill

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The neighborhood around Greenwich Hill in State College is a development of town homes that's located four miles northeast of town. The streets here are lined with sidewalks where you can walk with your canine companion. Extend your outing by heading to Orchard Park. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are allowed to accompany you on the walkways around this facility. You can also connect to the paved bike path that goes through the park. Make sure you keep your pooch on a leash that's no longer than six feet and that you pick up any droppings when you come here.

Autumnwood

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The suburb of Autumnwood in State College is about three miles north of Pine Grove Mills. This residential area features single-family homes and a pawesome park. You and Fido can walk together past well-manicured lawns here. For a change of pace, go for a hike in Autumnwood Park. This delightful facility has a paved trail that winds around the athletic fields. You're permitted to bring dogs in designated parts of the park as long as you keep them under control and on a leash up to six feet long. Remember to bring waste bags so that you can clean up after your special pal.