Dog walking in Williamsport

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Michelle RWilliamsport, PA

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I have owned and been taking care of dogs since I was ten years old. I have watched family's, friend's, and neighbor's dogs my whole life ranging in size and breed. I am extremely comfortable with large dogs as I have two Golden Retrievers myself.

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Jon DWilliamsport, PA

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Hi everyone! My name is Jon, I am a big dog lover and have had dogs in my life since I was little. I recently adopted a puppy in August and it has been such an amazing time! I look forward to taking care of your dog like it was my own!

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Josh GWilliamsport, PA

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I’ve always grown up with dogs in my household ranging from 1-5 at a time. All were small to medium sized dogs with breeds including miniature pinchers, terriers, border collies, and boxers. I would help feed them, let them out to the bathroom, walk, and clean up accidents. On some occasions I would do this myself for 2-3 days while family was away. Growing up with animals has given me patience and a love for taking care of them that I hope to share with your dogs as well!

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Hannah SWilliamsport, PA

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Hey, I’m Hannah! I’m a musical theatre student at the New York Film Academy and I LOVE dogs! With my schedule, it’s hard to own a dog of my own, so what better way to get some puppy lovin’ than walking dogs! I grew up spending a lot of time with my grandparents’ pup, Dixie, and I have dog sat for many years, so I definitely know what dogs need in order to stay happy!

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Hannah MWilliamsport, PA

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Hi, I'm Hannah! I am a senior at UMD studying animal science on a pre-vet track. I will be attending vet school next year. I have lots of experience with all types of dogs ranging in size and age. I have had two dogs (currently a 3 y/o pitbull mix and a 15 y/o cocker spaniel) of my own throughout my whole life and have been sitting/walking for clients for about 5 years as needed. I have worked as a veterinary technician and am able to administer any medications or pre/post physical therapy if needed. I love getting outdoors and staying active so I can assure you that both your dog and I will greatly enjoy our walks together!

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Dog Walking in Williamsport

Williamsport is the largest town in North Central Pennsylvania. The city has historic Victorian architecture, a thriving downtown arts district, and is best known for being the birthplace of Little League Baseball. Players aren't the only ones catching balls here! Williamsport has plenty of canine residents and makes sure to take care of them with lots of outdoor space, trails, and 4 veterinarians.

Along the southern border of the riverfront is the Susquehanna State Park, a 20-acre recreational area. The park includes thick forests, vibrant lawns, access to the river and sandy beaches. Dogs are welcome in the park while on a leash, but are not allowed in the water. Fido can enjoy the park's trail system, or take a stroll along the river's beach. The park has benches, trash bins, and water fountains.

Williamsport's also boasts plenty of trails, like the Lycoming Creek Bikeway. The path is a converted rail line, and stretches 5.5 miles, welcoming hikers, bikers, and leashed canines. Owners will have to bring water and clean-up bags along the way.

There are many dog-friendly restaurants too, including Rita's Italian Ice's and Acme Barbeque Resturant, both providing dog-friendly outdoor seating. Whether filling an empty stomach, or burning off some calories, you and Fido will always find a dog-friendly place around Williamsport.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Williamsport

Williamsport City Center

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Population Density
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Williamsport City Center

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The Williamsport City Center lies on the southern border of the town, and offers peaceful woodlands and scenic views of the river. To get the best view of the river, the Susquehanna Riverwalk provides you and Fido with a 4.4 mile trail that travels along the river and over two bridges. Owners must keep their dogs on a leash on the path and clean up after them, but have access to benches, trash bins, and water fountains along the trail. For visitors to the neighborhood, the Residence Inn by Marriott is a dog-friendly hotel that allows up to 3 dogs of any weight to stay for a small fee.

Little League Blvd

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Population Density
3,649 per sq. mi.

Little League Blvd

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The Little League Boulevard neighborhood is known for the urban structures that take up most of the downtown area. Among the small metropolis are plenty of green areas too, including Flanigan Park. The park provides you and your canine with a paved trail that encompasses the park, with open fields to walk and play on, as long as your dog remains on a leash. The park includes trash bins and water fountains. On the eastern side of the neighborhood is the Ways Garden Park, another dog-friendly park. The area is mostly made up of trees, with plenty of shade, paved walkways and beautiful flower gardens for you and a leashed Fido to enjoy.

Central Williamsport

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Population Density
6,275 per sq. mi.

Central Williamsport

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Central Williamsport is as you expect, in the central part of the city, and can be pretty quiet all year round. The Memorial Park is probably the busiest part of the neighborhood. This large 55-acre park contains a baseball stadium, pool, and other recreational ballfields. The park has plenty of offer Fido too, with paved paths for walking and open fields for playing. Fido must stay on a leash, but also has access to water fountains, benches, and trash bins. For a quieter option, head over to Transportation Museum and Park, a large green park with plenty of open space and dog-friendly viewing areas of the trains. Fido must remain on leash at the park.

Grampian

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8,978 per sq. mi.

Grampian

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Grampian is a northeastern neighborhood and home to most of the residential houses. Among the area is Brandon Park, a dog haven for humans and their best friends with over 34 acres of land. The park has plenty to offer, such as the expansive grass areas, shaded tree areas, and lighted tennis courts. Although Fido must remain on a leash throughout the park, he is welcome onto the tennis courts that offer an enclosed space for some free running around. The park also has benches, water fountains, numerous benches, a dog-friendly picnic area, trash bins and a clean-up station.

South Williamsport

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South Williamsport is a small town that acts as a borough to Williamsport. The town is only .5 miles away, and in many ways, considered part of the village, thanks to the short travel and dog park. Paws Park shows how much South Williamsport cares about its canine residents, with a fenced-in area for off-leash play, two large bins of free toys, water bowls and a kiddie pool for swimming. The amenities are only the start there, and also include clean-up stations, a double-gated fence, trash bins, and fences. The park extends to the Little League Volunteer Stadium Park, a ballpark area that has an extensive paved trail system that's dog-friendly to leashed dogs.