Best dog walkers in Cumberland
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Cannot say enough good about Keri. She's been with my nervous Berner all weekend while my fiance and I were out of town. All the pictures she's sent have given me a ton of peace of mind and my pup is looking very happy. Cannot recommend her more highly.
Excellent care and service!
We love having Olivia!
thanks for your communication!
Thank you!!! Amazing as always!
Thanks so much, Olivia! Olivia was communicative, sent great photos of our dog during the walk, and made sure that our dog was all set for the rest of his day. Five out of five.
Thanks for taking tilly on a walk!
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Why book a dog walker in Cumberland?
To book a walk for your dog in Cumberland, RI, choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute or 60-minute walk for your pup. Then, let the Wag! platform match you with a top-rated dog walker near you. Or, you can browse Caregiver profiles to find the best dog walker for you and your pup's preferences. You can even save the Caregivers your dog liked best so you can easily book them again! When you're away or unable to walk your dog, let a Cumberland, RI dog walker do it for you.
The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Cumberland
Old Mendon Rd
Old Mendon Rd is a dream neighborhood for puppers who love to go exploring. A truly unique place to check out is The Monastery, which used to be the site of a Cistercian monastery. The 482-acre property now houses the town's library, playgrounds, gardens, a veteran's memorial, and a number of walking and jogging trails. Developed by the monks for recreation and work, the trails can be confusing, so it's best to obtain a map first. Adjacent to The Monastery is the Geddes Bowen Preserve, a minimally developed conservation area with short trails, wildlife, and native plants. Remember to always keep Fido on a leash and clean up after him.
Deriving its name from the mica-laden rocks that glitter in the sunlight, Diamond Hill Park is a dog-friendly gem that used to be a ski area. Today, it is home to athletic fields, picnic areas, and 3.8 miles of marked trails that lead visitors up “The Big Hill.” Next to the southeastern portion of the park is the Diamond Hill Reservoir, which offers beautiful water views. After walking around Diamond Hill Park, cross the street to The Ice Cream Machine where you can enjoy a cool treat with Fido at one of their outdoor picnic tables. The old-fashioned ice cream parlor serves homemade ice cream, low-fat yogurts, and non-dairy sorbets.
Nestled along the banks of the Blackstone River, Valley Falls Heritage Park is a 2.5-acre scenic park and historical site with a picnic area and winding walkways. Take your best friend for a leashed stroll under the trees and next to the water, and check out the educational interpretive panels along the way. Since Valley Falls Heritage Park also serves as a boat launch for hand-carried boats, you and Fido might see people getting their canoes and kayaks into the water if you're standing on the railed stone wall that overlooks the river's edge. Make sure Fido stays leashed as you explore the park.
The Little Pond neighborhood is home to a number of preserves where you can follow various hiking trails and enjoy Cumberland in its natural state with your four-legged companion. To see a variety of habitats, stop by the High Rock Preserve, which comprises open fields, upland forest, and a large wetland area. The High Rock Preserve is attached to the bigger Scott Brook Preserve, which features wetlands and streams that connect to the Blackstone River. Not far from High Rock and Scott Brook is Otis Smith Farm, where hints of Cumberland's rural past, such as a house and barn from the 1800s, still remain. Follow the old farmers cart paths and you and Fido will come across an old irrigation ditch, wild plants, and Lippitt Pond.
Located near Cumberland High School, Tucker Field is a mixed use space that features multiple athletic fields, tennis courts, and running trails that are used by the school. So if you walk Fido around the area, you will likely catch the local students practicing and playing their favorite sports. If you'd like to spend some quiet time alone with your furry buddy, you'll be pleased to know that a larger part of the area is composed of undisturbed wetlands and wooded areas. Just look for the trailhead at Tucker Field and follow the hiking trails that travel around the 110-acre site.
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