Dog Walkers in Hendersonville, TN

Find trusted dog walkers near you.

How Wag! Works

Book a Dog Walk with One of our Trusted Wag! Walkers
Track your Dog's Walk with our Live GPS Tracker
Receive Custom Reports Detailing your Dog's Activity

Vetted Walker Trust & Safety

Thoroughly Vetted
Wag! Guaranteed

Dog Areas in Hendersonville, TN

1 Shop
17 Eateries

The largest city in Sumner County, as well as being situated on Old Hickory Lake, Hendersonville, Tennessee is a must-see location for dog lovers of all kinds. It’s only a short distance from Nashville, the country music capital of the world. If there’s one thing country music can speak about, it’s a good old hound dog -- your wife might leave you and take your truck, but your dog is as loyal as they come. 

If there’s another thing that Tennessee itself is notorious for, it’s the delectable hot chicken served at some of the most popular restaurants in the area. Fortunately for you, a number of these pawsitively heaven-sent dining areas are dog-friendly -- just hop into a seat outside Moore’s Famous Chicken, for example. A small restaurant that could be considered nothing less than a hidden treasure, this hole-in-the-wall is known for their well-cooked Tennessee Hot Chicken. While there may only be one outdoor table, your canine companion is sure to catch a fair bit of attention; after all, what well respecting country folk could walk past a friendly dog without giving it a good pat on the head? You’re also welcome to get your food to go and enjoy a nice picnic with your pup.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hendersonville, TN

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,300/sq mi

    #1 25th Ave

    A short distance away from Hendersonville, continue on your puppy pal’s path and you’ll find yourself on 25th Avenue in Nashville. Here, you’ll find the most popular dog spot in the area: Centennial Dog Park. A massive fenced-in dog park with separate enclosures for large and small breeds, the park is particularly pawesome because of its short distance to the Parthenon. With the temple in the perfect viewing angle from the park, it’s only a paw’s patter away from Centennial Park. You’ll find yourself provided with doggy waste bags, water fountains, as well as plenty of seating area for you to watch your pal play.
    Dog neighborhood?
  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 126/sq mi

    #2 Whites Creek Pike

    Make your way to Whites Creek Pike and set out on a grand new adventure with your furry friend at The Trails at Fontanel. A nice and shady little walk with plenty of benches and beautiful sights to see, you and your mutt will surely enjoy the merry little stroll. Enjoy the views of Fontanel Mansion, a sight you and your hound won’t soon forget. You're both sure to fall head over paws for the picturesque views of the magnificent manor here. Be sure to bring plenty of water and plenty of treats, both for you and your pup.
    Dog neighborhood?
  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,216/sq mi

    #3 Shelby Hills

    In Shelby Hills, a beautiful Nashville neighborhood a short distance from Hendersonville, you’d be doggone crazy to miss the opportunity to enjoy the Shelby Bottoms Greenway. With your choice of shady paths or more sunny areas, you and your doggie are sure to enjoy the bright and pawsitively furrific scenery. You’ll need to bring plenty of water to keep your pup from getting parched, and some for yourself as well. Additionally, be sure to bring doggy waste bags to keep the area pristine and clean. Those dog biscuits in your bag won’t be the only treat your pup enjoys; just be sure to keep your doggy on their leash at all times!
    Dog neighborhood?
  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,300/sq mi

    #4 McGavock Pike

    Circle around to McGavock Pike, and you’ll be near Two Rivers Dog Park, a vast, fenced dog park with rolling hills, a shaded pavilion area with a picnic table, and a path that circles the outer edge of the grassy terrain. Let your dog off their leash and keep them in pace at your side as you get your own walkies on, trekking around the outer path. If you or your pup get tired, there are plenty of benches to park your paws. Bring a nice fresh drink of water for the both of you, and you’ll be set! Your pup will also thank you if you bring their favorite playthings -- you’ll surely have a ball. Ball? Did someone say ball?
    Dog neighborhood?
  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,300/sq mi

    #5 1st Ave

    A stop definitely worth making is located at 1st Avenue, Tennessee. The Riverfront Dog Park is a newer and well-maintained park located in Downtown Nashville, and it's also able to make the claim of being the first downtown dog park. The dog park is made up of 13,000 square feet of artificial turf, all fenced in so your pup can enjoy a bit of off-leash prancing. The park itself has a number of amenities, including the Ascend Amphitheater and an 18,000 square foot area of botanical gardens. Water fountains are provided here, so all you’ll need to bring is a bowl, some waste bags, and maybe some tasty treats.
    Dog neighborhood?
Book me a walkiee?
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd