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“It’s all about the DOGS and EXCEPTIONAL service!”

Hi! I’m Angela and thank you for choosing and trusting me to look after your pet and their needs. I’ll treat and care for your pet as it were my own. I’m known for my detailed report cards that I hope will make you feel like you were there and try to take save worthy photos of your pet. I have always had a passion for taking care of animals and have over 10 years experience in the veterinary field. I’ve served in the Military over 20 years and am pursuing my Masters Degree in Leadership.

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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

Hi, My name is James. I truly enjoy the company of pets and I look forward to providing you peace of mind and the utmost in care for you and your four legged family members!

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Dog Walking in Cayce

Located just five miles outside of South Carolina’s capital city, Columbia, the city of Cayce is a popular choice for people with close ties to the midlands. While Cayce has great opportunities for people, there’s also a lot of fun to be had for curious pups! The Cayce Riverwalk Park, which features the Timmerman Trail, is a great place for dog walking. This trail is even lit at night, so if you want to take your dog out for a late night walk, you can do so in safety. While there are also many other parks in the city of Cayce, you’ll have to go into Columbia for your dog to have some fun off of his leash. Even so, Cayce still has plenty of sidewalks where many residents enjoy walking their dogs. Cayce has several vet clinics to keep your dog his healthiest. However, if you want to dine with your dog, you’ll need to go to the nearby cities of Columbia or Lexington. If you’re looking for somewhere new to take your dog, consider giving Cayce a try; you’re sure to meet other dog-owners out and about.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cayce

Mill Village

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Population Density
1,829 per sq. mi.

Mill Village

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The historic neighborhood of Mill Village, located on the outer edge of West Columbia, is located just one mile from Cayce. If you’re nearby and want somewhere to dine with your dog, Mill Village’s Café Strudel should definitely be on your list of places to go! Café Strudel serves up a wide variety of dishes, including their classic: a dish known as the “Hangover Hashbrowns,” which are covered in cheese, peppers, tomatoes, and more. If you want to try something a bit less exciting, the restaurant also serves up delicious wraps and omelettes. Your dog can join you on their patio. A leash is required at all times.               

Five Points

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,035 per sq. mi.

Five Points

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Just ten minutes from Cayce is Five Points, a Columbia neighborhood mostly known for its population of college students. But even if your dog has only just graduated from doggy training, he’ll loving having fun at Emily Douglas Dog Park. This free, off-leash dog park has is large enough for your dog to run around and have a ball while making plenty of new friends – fellow dogs and humans alike! There’s plenty of seating in the shade for dog parents, and the park provides water for your dog so he doesn’t get overheated. This is the area’s only free dog park, so it tends to be very busy. Keep that in mind.

Vista

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Population Density
1,794 per sq. mi.

Vista

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Just across the Blossom Street Bridge from Cayce is Columbia’s Vista, and while this up-and-coming area is popular with college students, there’s a lot to do with your dog. If you’re in the mood for something sweet, drop by Cupcake, a local gourmet cupcake shop, which serves up a wide variety of its namesake. Your dog can join you on the bakery’s outdoor patio, and if you’re feeling generous, you might even give him a taste. If you’re looking to enjoy an ice-cold beer, head to the Flying Saucer Draught Emporium. This local favorite has all your favorite beers on tap and wings that are a huge hit with locals. Your dog can join you on the spacious porch; just make sure to bring a leash.

Main Street District

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Population Density
1,794 per sq. mi.

Main Street District

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Located fifteen minutes from Cayce is Columbia’s recently revamped Main Street District. This neighborhood has plenty for you to do with your dog, whether you want to eat or do some shopping. If you’re looking to grab a bite to eat, check out the Good Life Café, which has delicious vegan dishes, or Michael’s Café and Catering, which serves delicious sandwiches and delectable cakes. Fido can join you at one of their outdoor tables, and both restaurants will give you water for him if you just ask. Mast General Store, located just across the street from both restaurants, lets you to bring your dog in with you while you shop for a cute new outfit or all the candy you can imagine. Just make sure your canine companion is on a leash!

Earlewood

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,794 per sq. mi.

Earlewood

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Columbia’s Earlewood neighborhood, located about fifteen minutes from Cayce, is home to NOMA Bark Park, and although there’s a $25 per year fee to use this bark park, your dog will definitely appreciate it. NOMA – which is short for North Main – Bark Park is an off-leash dog park that has separate areas for large and small dogs, allowing your dog to confidently meet other dogs and make new friends. NOMA Dog Park also provide tennis balls for your four-legged friend to play with, so you don’t have to lug all your dog’s toys with you, and there are even waste-disposal stations in the park. There are plenty of benches for you to sit on if you get tired, too.

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