Dog walking in Clarksville

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Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.

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Ashlea MClarksville, TN

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Hello! My name is Ashlea and I have adopted, fostered, and boarded many different breeds from Neapolitan Mastiffs all the way to tiny little teacups. I love them all! :) I am a runner so please let me know if you’d like your pup to get extra exercise during their walk with me. I also currently have 4 repeat boarding clients that have their pups vacationing at my house whenever they’re away. Both my dog and my daughter LOVE to have visitors too! Hope to meet your pups soon! :)

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

Marilyn VClarksville, TN

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“I love meeting new dogs of all breeds!”

Hey, I’m Marilyn! I have always been around dogs from a young age and I completely love it! I have had two chihuahuas and now a Labradoodle. I also have volunteered at a pet grooming shop to spend more time with dogs. I hope to help you out in walking your furry friend when there just isn’t enough time in the day for your schedule. :)

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Alissa FClarksville, TN

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Hi, my name is Alissa and I love all animals. I own 3 animals 2 dogs and 1 cat. I love to walk and I believe animals should be treated with love and respect like they are family.

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Mary WClarksville, TN

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“Experienced dog owner and lover”

Hello! I live here in Fort Campbell with my husband and dog. I work on base and am looking for some puppies to walk or take care of around the Fort Campbell or Clarksville area. I visit the Chattanooga and Ringgold area quite often as well so I’d love to take care of your doggies if you live there, too! I have always owned a dog since I was born and I adore them. I will answer any other questions you may have about me or my experiences regarding dog walking in the past. Thank you!

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Kaylee DClarksville, TN

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Kaylee is the name, walking dogs is the game! I love dogs of all breeds and sizes, and am the lucky owner of a beautiful black lab rescue! Going through hands-on training with my pup has helped teach me techniques that I use when walking our furry friends. My main priority is to give your dog attention and exercise while ensuring their safety. And okay... you caught me, I might throw in an organic treat or two. How does your dog stop his TV show during Wag walk time? He presses paws.

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Kyle RClarksville, TN

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“walks and belly rubs”

Hello! I'm Kyle and I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago with a German Shepherd/Husky mix. Since joining the military, I have watched numerous dogs around the country as well as adopting my own! They come in all shapes and sizes and have watched all ages from 6 weeks to 17 years old. I can outlast any ball of energy on a walk and can slow down the pace for the dogs who like to smell the flowers along the way. Either way, I know we will have a great time! Your dog will be like part of my family!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Kaitlyn DClarksville, TN

4.9

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Hey! My names Katie, I'm a student at Belmont University. I'm an exercise science major so I am very active. I love hiking, kayaking, paddle boarding, and most importantly dogs. I'm always the person who has to stop and pet a dog whenever I see one. Growing up, I had a Great Dane and a Chihuahua. So I'm pretty comfortable with all dogs no matter their size. Since I am a college student, I have extra time on my hands and would love to walk your furry friends for you!

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Joshua CClarksville, TN

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My name is Joshua and I absolutely love dogs. I Have been a responsible dog owner all my life and completed several canine good citizen classes with my pets. I love my dogs know how much they mean to me. I will treat your fur baby as if he/she was my own!

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Chelsey KClarksville, TN

4.8

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I am from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, moved to Tennessee last October. I am married to the most wonderful man on the planet, can’t complain. I love dogs. In fact I grew up with all type of breeds from cocker spaniel to German shepherds. My husband and I are in the process of adopting a black lab who would love to go running/walking with us as well as camping/ kayak trips and so much more. I would love to meet your mutt and take them on a walk when it is needed.

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Mark GClarksville, TN

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I am a 36 year old married male with 4 kids all boys. we currently have 2 dogs one is a great dane and the other is a small terrier mix and 2 cats.

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Dog Walking in Clarksville

Surrounded by historical buildings that are sure to impress, it’s no secret Clarksville, Tennessee is a spectacular city. They also host some of the nation’s troops at one of the biggest Army bases in the country. With so many people making a point of coming and going, there are always bound to be new pet owners around. In fact, there are over 36,000 pet owners in Clarksville, which means there are probably plenty of activities to enjoy with your pet.

For an easy weekday outing, take your pet to the Bark Park. He will love to catch up with some smells and wags and meet new furry companions. Perhaps it is possible that you can teach an old dog some new tricks on their wonderful agility equipment as well!

If you would rather a fun day out, attend the DoggiePalooza. This early summer event is a great way to let your pooch cool off in some swimming pools and water games. There are also vendors and lots of tasty foods to sample. This is a great family outing to take your pet to and see some new and exciting things.

Clarksville is too beautiful to pass up staying for at least one night, so why don’t you and your pet tuck into a room at either the Mainstay or Candlewood Suites? Both properties are modern and extremely clean and welcome you and your pet on their ground floor rooms. Perfect for late night potty breaks if needed.

Clarksville has one interesting restaurant that you can experience with your pet. The Chitown Hot Dog stand. Like a John Cougar Melloncamp song, you can sit at one of their picnic tables with a tasty chili dog while your pet surveys nearby. I’m sure he wouldn’t mind a sample as well!

Clarksville is a lovely city with so many things to experience. It is always bustling with new people and events so visit with your best friend today.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clarksville

Tiny Town

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
42,795 per sq. mi.

Tiny Town

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Tiny Town is home to the Clarksville Bark Park, aka Heritage Park Complex: Bark Park. This dog park is divided into three areas, one for large dogs, one for small dogs, and another designed for training or exercising your dog. The park has agility equipment and benches to sit on, but the water fountain is on the outside of the park so you may want to bring some water with you. The two parks that don’t have agility equipment are a mixture of grass and wooded areas, so even though your pup is fenced in, they can still feel like they’re exploring the wild.


Woodland Estates

36
Population Density
38,125 per sq. mi.

Woodland Estates

36

Dunbar Cave State Natural Area is a lovely place to take your pup to for a fun adventure and a great day out. This 110-acre park surrounds the Dunbar Cave which is the 280th largest cave complex in the world! The park allows your dog to adventure with you on the trails and through the cave if they remain on leash and you clean up after them. If you and your pooch get a little hot during your exploring, you can even cool off in the pond that is outside of the cave. Please know that this natural area is always very busy with events, hunters, and natural wildlife, so keep a close eye on your pup.

Sango

25
Population Density
5,547 per sq. mi.

Sango

25

If you’re looking for a pawsome park to take your pup to for exploring, then check out Rotary Park. This park has almost everything, including a 6-mile hiking trail, 25-acres of open space which is perfect for fetch, restrooms, picnic tables, and even a small creek your dog can splash around in. While you are visiting the park, your dog needs to stay on leash and you must clean up after him. Make sure to bring water for your pet while visiting since the trail won’t have any, and note that the park does get popular with the locals, especially runners and bikers on the trail.

Port Royal State Park

12
Population Density
5,293 per sq. mi.

Port Royal State Park

12

Port Royal State Park near the city of Port Royal is a great park to take your pup for an exedition out. The park features lush green grass with trails to walk on and a river to play in. The trails are marked with historical markers so you can learn the history of the park while you walk around it. The trail is a nice 5-miles, so you and Fido can have a nice walk that is covered by trees before settling down for a picnic on their lawn. You could even rent a canoe and spend a day out of the river with your pup exploring and having a great time.


Fort Campbell

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
266 per sq. mi.

Fort Campbell

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About thirty minutes out from Clarksville is Fort Campbell, which is home to the South Dog Park. The dog park offers two areas, one for large breeds and one for small, and on weekends, they utilize the small dog park for puppy playtime for babies that are 4 months and under. The park does have benches for owners to relax on while their dogs enjoy the spacious park. Do note that they do not have clean-up bags or water, so be sure to bring your own. Also note that the park does have regulations on areas the dogs can and cannot enter.