Dog walking in York

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Hello. My name is Cathy and I am, by nature, an individual who is passionate about caring for people and animals who need good, quality care. My adoration for animals, especially dogs, began when I was "knee high to a grasshopper," and it has never wavered over the years. In my family, my canine babies outnumber my human ones by a score of five to two. We have two chihuahuas, a hairless Chinese crested, a miniature dachshund, and the goofiest golden doodle in the world. We, also, have two cats and a leopard gecko named Mikey! In our home, our animals are treated like family members, not pets. If you are looking for a reliable and trustworthy person to treat your pooches like an extended member of the family, then I am the dog walker for you. If you have special requests/instructions, then you can rest assured that your wishes will be carried out each and every time without fail. I will treat your dogs the same as I do my own, and they are pretty pampered, if I must say so myself.While I realize how difficult it can be to trust someone else to care for your animals, I have years of experience caring for both animals and people in various situations/environments, so you can rest assured that they are in the best hands...other than your own.

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I love dogs!! I have had a female pitbull for 9 years now and loved every minute of it. I have a flexible schedule so I can easily accommodate clients and their routines. I am strong enough to hold back pitbulls and great Danes so, the idea pf walking larger dogs doea not intimidate me at all. I am active and can take your pup for a run if you're looking to get him/her a little more tired out. I am happy to help with your pup!!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Potty training, Therapy training, Service training, Puppy training

Dog Walking in York

York, Pennsylvania is a city full of history and looks like a picture out of a history book. While your furry friend may not know two sniffs about history, there are still plenty of things you can do to enjoy a day out with your pet.

For a day out in the country, explore the Heritage Rail Trail at County Park. This trail is part of the rail-to-trail movement across the United States. The former railroad is now the perfect place to take your pet on a long walk. The canopy of trees and scenery will be great for you to take in and your pet will enjoy all of the fresh smells.

If your pet would rather play a game or two, there is a dog park. Canine Meadows is part of the John Rudy Park in York. Rated as the 20th best dog park in the U.S., this is an excellent choice of dog park. There are three, large grassy areas for pets. They are separated into large and small dogs and are each around 5 acres. The park even hosts events such as Moonlight Dog Walks.

If you are staying in York for a visit, the Heritage Hills Golf Resort provides a luxury resting place. The resort boasts views of the spectacular golf course and allows pets under 80 pounds to stay. Another classy hotel is the Yorktowne Hotel. It is right in the heart of historical downtown and was built in the 1920s. Pets 35 pounds and under are allowed to stay on the fourth floor.

For a unique dining experience, try the Holy Hound Taproom. Your pet will appreciate the name and dining next to you on the terrace. The Taproom serves craft beer and classic pub food.

York has many activities to try, all of which seem to transport you back in time. Enjoy the history of York, Pennsylvania with your best friend today.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in York

City Center

49
Population Density
2,947 per sq. mi.

City Center

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Schedule a night out with your favorite four legged friend and take a trip to York’s City Center. Grab a bite to eat at the Holy Hound Taproom. They offer craft beers on tap, as well as a delicious menu created from fresh local ingredients. Don’t worry- your pup is welcome to join you in the outdoor seating area. Mudhook Brewing Company is another locally owned brew pub. With a menu full of hearty dinners and a variety of beers to choose from, this place will hit the spot. They also have pet friendly seating. After dinner, head over to the Heritage Rail Trail. Your pooch will appreciate an evening walk on this lovely trail.


Parkway Blvd/ Newberry St

37
Population Density
3,717 per sq. mi.

Parkway Blvd/ Newberry St

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When your pup is ready for a walk, clip on her leash and make your way over to Williams Park. This small park is located in the Parkway Boulevard and Newberry Street neighborhood. Don’t be fooled by its size, this park still has plenty of grass for your four legged friend to sniff. Once you have circled this park, cross through the residential streets to nearby Farquhar Park. Follow the paved walking paths through the shade trees. Take a seat by the beautiful gazebo, and let your pup enjoy the sights and sounds of the park. Her nose will probably catch the scent of a squirrel or two!

Pershing Ave/ College Ave

25
Population Density
1,891 per sq. mi.

Pershing Ave/ College Ave

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Penn Park is a pupperific spot for an afternoon walk with your four legged companion. This park is located in the Pershing Avenue and College Avenue neighborhood and is a hub for local activity. With basketball courts, playgrounds, and tennis courts, this park brings out the active folks in the community. Your dog will have the opportunity to meet new friends, both of the two legged and four legged variety. Penn Park hosts various events throughout the year, so check the schedule to find out what’s happening. One thing is for sure, your pup will love coming on food truck night!


King St/ Salem Ave

13
Population Density
3,805 per sq. mi.

King St/ Salem Ave

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Bantz Park is located in the King Street and Salem Avenue neighborhood. Bring your pooch over for a chance to get outside and enjoy the sunshine.  Even though she needs to be leashed, she can still have a pupptastic time sniffing and exploring the large grass field. Take a few laps around the perimeter of the park, or check out Codorus Creek. The park also has a baseball field and a playground, so there’s plenty to do for the whole family. To cover more distance, venture out into the nearby residential streets. Let your pup strut her stuff around the neighborhood. She’ll have a doggone great time!

Pleasureville

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,345 per sq. mi.

Pleasureville

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If your pup is itching to go for a walk, head over to John C. Rudy County Park in Pleasureville. A brisk walk around the paved path will get his heart rate pumping. The looped path clocks in at about two miles. He’ll love spending quality time with you while breathing in some fresh air. If he prefers an off leash experience, head over to Canine Meadows Dog Park. Let him ditch the leash and explore the terrain.  There are three different meadows for a total of 14 grassy acres. Small dogs even have their own area. Your furry friend can romp and play to his heart’s content!


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