Dog walking in Johnson City

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Jillian FJohnson City, TN

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I began dog-walking and dog-sitting professionally in 2016. Nothing brings me greater joy in life than dogs so when your pup is on a walk with me I treat them with as much love and care as if they are my own. I keep water, treats, a backup slip-leash, and bags with me for all walks. I grew up with dogs my entire life and currently have a 37 lb bassett hound mix. In my free time I foster dogs and volunteer with a local rescue organization.

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Can run with dogs, Training experience

Mikayla TJohnson City, TN

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My name is Mikayla! I am a Registered Nurse, graduated from University of Pittsburgh. Starting a job in the hospital and moving permanently away from my home meant also moving away from my best buds, Abe and Ellie, two goldendoodles. I have always grown up around dogs, walking and dog sitting. I live a very active lifestyle, so I am always excited to go on long walks with doggos. I am excited to meet your four-legged friend and keep them healthy, happy, and safe :)

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

Dog Walking in Johnson City

Johnson City is spread out over the three counties of Washington, Carter, and Sullivan in Tennessee and was named after Henry Johnson, who founded the city in 1856. The city is number 14 on the best small places for business and careers in the United States, according to Forbes magazine. Approximately 14,783 dogs live in about 9,239 households in Johnson City, Tennessee so bring Fido when you visit because there are many dog-friendly things to do.

Willow Springs Park on Huffine Road has 36 acres of beauty and wildlife area, as well as an off-leash dog park called Johnson City Dog Park. The area for dogs is 1.6 acres with double gates, separated big and small dogs, water fountains, and even swimming pools shaped like dog bones.

Bark Park on Vance Drive is in the top tier of Charlie Robinette Park and has separate sections for big and small dogs with 1,000 feet of chain-link fence around them. Each area has drinking fountains with dog bowls built into them, exercise equipment, fire hydrants, eight benches, poo bags, and trash cans. In the back of the big dog area, there is a trail leading to the hiking path so you can both get some exercise.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Johnson City

Oak Park

48
Population Density
1,668 per sq. mi.

Oak Park

48

Oak Park is a lovely neighborhood with an outgoing community. Located right next to three separate parks, this is the ideal place to take your pup out for some quality bonding! Located off Woodland Avenue is Rotary Park, a beautiful grassy expanse that your pooch will love playing in. A main road runs alongside this park, so beware of cars. Next is Civitan Park, a lovely natural area with a walking trail that circles through the most scenic parts of the park. Finally there’s Lions Park, playing host to a large grassy field and a path that runs down the center. With so many things to choose from, your pup will never be bored again!


Fairlawn

36
Population Density
2,054 per sq. mi.

Fairlawn

36

Fairlawn is a beautiful neighborhood with a friendly disposition that houses the lovely Lakeview Park, a gorgeous area that, despite its name, doesn’t have a lake. This park is kept lush by Cobb Creek, which runs through the entire area and feeds the beautiful natural environment.  Remember to keep your dog leashed at all times, as this park isn’t fenced in and there are roads nearby. For those visiting from out of town, the Red Roof Inn is a nearby hotel that’s friendly to pets of all sizes, no extra fee required! You and your pooch are sure to have a pawsome time.

Cherokee

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,526 per sq. mi.

Cherokee

24

Cherokee is a gorgeous area with plenty to do. Near the southern end of this neighborhood is access to Cascade Trail, a lovely walking path that branches off in three different directions into Cherokee National Forest. These trails offer breathtaking views unlike anywhere else in the state. There is an abundance of wildlife, so be sure to keep your pup leashed at all times. Also in Cherokee is the Johnson City Dog Park, which an off leash area that’s fenced in so your dogs can run free without a care in the world! The park is membership only, so make sure you purchase your membership before entering.


Goodin Drive

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,497 per sq. mi.

Goodin Drive

12

Goodin Drive is a beautiful neighborhood that houses Willow Springs Park, a gorgeous expanse with plenty to do. Walking trails wind through the entire area, and large fields lined with shade trees offer plenty of room for your pup to explore. Inside the park is Willow Springs Dog Park, a fenced in area where your dog can run around off leash to their heart’s content. Paid membership is required for entry and all dogs must have up to date vaccinations. There are separate areas for large and small dogs, as well as shade to protect from the sun. Your pup will definitely have a blast!


Johnson City

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Population Density
3,263 per sq. mi.

Johnson City

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Johnson City is a bustling neighborhood with an active, fun loving environment. Home to not one, but five parks, this area is the ideal place to take your pooch out for a scenic stroll. Off Sells Avenue is New Kiwanis Park, a beautiful grassy area with a walking trail that travels through the best areas of the park. Nestled in the center of the neighborhood is Old Kiwanis Park and Doctor Beeson Park. A river runs through both of these areas, providing a lush and beautiful atmosphere. A little to the east is Carver Park, a gorgeous area coated in trails and walking paths that you can peruse to your heart’s content. South is Founders Park, a forested area that’s sure to be a hit with your favorite pup.