Dog walking in Edisto Beach

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Amber MEdisto Beach, SC

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Hello I started working with animals as a child helping my father do rescues. We worked with dolphins, alligators, birds and many other types of animals you might find in the south! As I got older I decided that it was something I loved doing and so I volunteered for animal shelters and also sea life park in the bird rehabilitation center. My first dog I had was a German Shepard he was my best friend and spent a lot of time helping me with any rescues! He loved playing ball with his friend scratch (dolphin). I would love to spend time helping you with your friend and taking him/her on walks!

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Jennifer PEdisto Beach, SC

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“Energetic medical student with a passion for dogs”

Hi my name is Jenn and I'm passionate about dogs! I grew up with golden retrievers so large dogs will always have a special place in my heart, but I love all breeds! I can't wait to meet your pup and enjoy an amazing walk with them — full of lots of pets and encouragement.

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

Dog Walking in Edisto Beach

Edisto Beach, SC, is an area meant for gorgeous beaches and spending time outdoors, but doesn’t have a lot to offer pets. Its surrounding islands do have some vet clinics, but Edisto Beach itself doesn’t have any. Still, traveling dog owners may be drawn to the island for its breathtaking water views and beaches.

The beach with the same name as its town, Edisto Beach, is a paw-friendly beach that allows leashed dogs during the beach season, from May to October. Pups can go unleashed during the off-season! The beach even has vacation homes for rent, many of which allow dogs to stay for an extra fee.

Botany Bay Ecotours is another place to check out with your dog, offering tours of the various waters of Edisto, like the Big Bay Creek. The tour company provides public and private tours and welcomes well-behaved pups on any of them!

Of course, if you’re looking for a bigger selection of things to do with your pooch near Edisto Beach, you can travel about an hour to Charleston. Charleston features tons of dog-friendly parks and tours to enjoy. You can even take a ride with Rover on the Charleston Water Taxi! The surrounding islands of Edisto Beach also may take some travel time to reach, but have plenty to offer you and your pup.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Edisto Beach

Cassique

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Population Density
204 per sq. mi.

Cassique

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The Cassique neighborhood of Kiawah Island is quite a drive from Edisto Beach (around 61 miles!), but it’s surrounded by water, making it the perfect spot for your water-loving hound! It’s also a great place to enjoy some paw-friendly restaurants with your dog, like LOKAL Seabar. This place sits within the Bohicket Marina and has a huge outdoor patio where you and your dog can sit, enjoy the gorgeous waterfront views, and chow down on some seafood! Red’s Ice House is another great place to try, which serves up some Southern style seafood dishes and also has dog-friendly tables that overlook the water. 

West Beach Village

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Population Density
155 per sq. mi.

West Beach Village

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Just a few miles south of Cassique is the West Beach Village of Kiawah Island. Although this neighborhood doesn’t necessarily have tons of spots to visit, it has the Kiawah Beachwalker Park, which can likely provide hours of outdoor fun for you and your beach-loving pooch. Dogs must be leashed, but they are welcome to join owners at the designated swimming area of the beach to run in the sand or splash around in the beautiful South Carolina waters. The park also offers some picnic areas and benches, so you can enjoy an outdoor picnic, beach-front style, with your favorite furry pal.

Hunting Island

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Population Density
106 per sq. mi.

Hunting Island

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Hunting Island is an 86-mile drive from Edisto Beach. The area is part of Beaufort, SC, and, instead of having residential areas, is devoted to the Hunting Island State Park. This incredible place is one of South Carolina’s most prized possessions, featuring five miles of beaches where you can view some local wildlife, camp, have a picnic, and explore the island’s lighthouse. Your dog is welcome on many parts of the island (just bring a leash and keep his trail clean!). There are even some adventurous walking trails on which you two can explore the beautiful island. One will even bring you across the Marsh Boardwalk!

West Ashley

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Population Density
1,160 per sq. mi.

West Ashley

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West Ashley in Charleston, SC, is 42.5 miles away from Edisto Beach. This neighborhood features the Bees Landing Recreational Area, a park with sporting fields and courts, picnic areas, playgrounds, and more. You and your dog can visit the fenced-in dog park here, which is separated into three areas based on doggie size. There’s plenty of shade to keep you and your pooch out of the hot sun, and even some doggie water fountains to cool him off. You can grab a bit to eat at Rio Grande, a dog-friendly restaurant in West Ashley that serves up some Southern-style Mexican dishes you’re sure to go mutts for.

Ashleyville

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,208 per sq. mi.

Ashleyville

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The Ashleyville neighborhood of Charleston is about 47 miles from Edisto Beach. Here, you can check out the Ackerman Park Dog Run, a designated off-leash area within the park for pups to play and socialize. The spacious park has plenty of shade for you and Fido’s comfort. Ashleyville is also an excellent place for dog-friendly eats. Blue Rose Café puts an American twist on traditional Irish cuisine, offering everything from Reuben sandwiches to seafood chowder. Swig & Swine is another pupular eatery, serving some incredible barbecue dishes and perfectly-paired sides. Both restaurants, and several others in Ashleyville, have outdoor seating for you and your dog.