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Hi! It’s a running joke in my life that I’d choose hanging with dogs over people any day (and it’s totally true!) I have one rescue mutt at home, Stanley, and we love to hike and adventure together. I’ve so loved my last 2.5 years of walking with Wag - I like to spend extra time after our walks for playtime/snuggles. It’s very important to me to send detailed report cards and photos. My pup is like my child and I’d want that same level of attention and care! Dogs bring so much joy :)

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My name Is Caitlyn I'm 29 years old and I am personal trainer! Im also training to be a professinal runner in the OCR world! (Obstacles Course Racing) I stared working with dog and cats at a animal shelter when I was 16. My passion for animals grew from then on! I’ve worked with many different breeds, I can administer medication, bathing, feeding any diets and can handle any size small medium or larger breeds! Looking forward to getting to meet all the animals!

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Dog Walking in Harrison

Harrison is a community that is part of the Chattanooga Metropolitan Area in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and more than 7,000 people live there. Chattanooga is a historic city that has undergone a revitalization, and today, it is a thriving and exciting place to live and work. There are trendy restaurants, art galleries, cafes, and shops to explore in Chattanooga, as well as a variety of other commercial and recreational activities. If you're a dog owner in Harrison and Chattanooga, you'll love getting to explore the city and sniffing out all of the dog-friendly spots together.

To help you get a taste of Harrison, stop by the Dockside Cafe on Harrison Bay Road for a bite to eat. There is seating outdoors for more than 30 guests, and your dog is welcome to stay by your side as you dine and enjoy a great lake view. Dockside Cafe serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and their dishes include options like steak and eggs, smokehouse chicken sandwich, spinach salad, smoked beef brisket, raspberry ribs, and plenty of other tasty treats! Once your appetite is satisfied, you and your pooch can head to one of several nearby off-leash dog parks for some exercise and socialization.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Harrison

Southside Historic District

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
228 per sq. mi.

Southside Historic District

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The southwestern Chattanooga area known as Southside Historic District is only 15 miles from Harrison, and right near here is where you'll find the Chattanooga Chew Chew Canine Park. This off-leash dog park has separate, fenced-in sections for big and small dogs, as well as a selection of agility equipment. There are often plastic pools set up for dogs to cool off in, and there is running drinking water available during the warmer months of the year. Chattanooga Chew Chew Canine Park also has features like beautiful green trees, seating, waste disposal supplies, and fire hydrants. The park is free to use, and it opens at 7 AM every day.

Hixson

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,052 per sq. mi.

Hixson

36

The Greenway Farms Dog Park is a 15-minute drive from Harrison in the northern Chattanooga area known as Hixson. This exceptional dog park is a vast off-leash space with sections for big and small dogs. There is agility equipment throughout the park, as well as benches, waste disposal items, and running drinking water, although it's turned off during the winter. If your dog is a swimmer, they'll love the water access at this park, where they can cool off or play a game of fetch in the water. Some visitors note the fences aren't particularly high at this park, so if your dog has springs for legs, keep an extra close eye on them.

Cannondale

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,612 per sq. mi.

Cannondale

24

Cannondale is an area located in southeastern Chattanooga, and it's a 15-minute drive south of Harrison. You'll find Heritage Dog Park in Cannondale, and this large dog park has sections for big dogs and little pups. This dog park is maintained by the McKamey Animal Center, which often hosts educational events. Heritage Dog Park was once a membership-based park, but now it's free to use. There's agility equipment in the park, as well as drinking water and dog bathing stations. There's also a selection of seating, shaded areas, trees, and waste disposal supplies for your convenience.

Red Bank

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
850 per sq. mi.

Red Bank

12

Red Bank is another city in Hamilton County with a population of nearly 12,000 people, and it's only a 20-minute drive from Harrison. The southeastern quadrant of Red Bank is home to an area known as White Oak, and this is where you can find White Oak Park. This park opened in 2003, and it features amenities like a playground, a paved walking trail, multi-use fields, and an off-leash dog park. The Red Bank Dog Park has separate big and small dog sections, as well as seating and water. Your dog can also join you in other areas of the park if they're on a leash.

Northside Community

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Population Density
2,842 per sq. mi.

Northside Community

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It may not be an off-leash park, but there's another excellent park in Chattanooga that's worth visiting with your dog. Renaissance Park is a 23-acre city park in the Northside area of Chattanooga. It's only a 20-minute drive from Harrison, and this park is nestled along the stunning Tennessee River. This park showcases the beauty of the waterfront, and it also has various historical markers throughout the park. There are grassy fields to stroll through, hills to roll up and down, and even nature trails you can trek with your dog! You're not far from other exciting downtown spots, so after your trip to the park, you and your dog can explore more of Chattanooga together.

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