Dog walking in Mt. Juliet

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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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My experience with dogs started as a child. In seventh grade, my best friend’s mom owned a dog kennel, where I volunteered throughout middle and HS. The kennel eventually switched ownership, so I got a job at a doggy daycare, but when the kennel reopened I was hired. During my time at the new facility I played many roles; trainer, groomer, manager, and everything in between. For five years I also pet sat a highly trained German Shepherd guard dog who belonged to a prominent Israeli family.

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience

“I believe pets are family and treat them as such.”

I have walked dogs and have worked with Wag for a little over 3 years now. I have done boarding and sitting. I can give meds. I have took a pet CPR and first aid class. If you need boarding for your dog/s and if they need to be the only dog/s. Just let me know and my dogs can stay at my parents house. I look forward to caring for your furbabies. Thank you.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Dog Walking in Mt. Juliet

Mount Juliet, TN is famous for its southern hospitality, and that warm welcome definitely extends to your furry friend! The city has its own off-leash dog park, and its residents certainly take pet care seriously -- there are seven veterinary clinics in town, with 24-hour care available in case of emergency. The natural surroundings are beautiful, too. Mount Juliet is known as "The City Between the Lakes", and there are plenty of pawesome local trails for you and your buddy to sniff and explore.

Your pooch might also enjoy a stroll around the city’s several community parks. Charlie Daniels Park is a particular local favorite, and it's home to a fantastic farmers market. Your fur baby is welcome to wander around, as long as they stay on leash! For doggie dining, check out Whitt’s BBQ on N Mount Juliet Road. This locally owned eatery serves up the best of authentic Tennessee barbecue, and your canine companion is welcome to chow down at their outdoor tables. If you and your pup are looking for a bit more variety in your adventures, don’t fret -- Mount Juliet is just a 23-minute drive from the bright lights of Nashville, where you’re sure to find something to keep your dog’s tail wagging!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mt. Juliet

South Mount Juliet

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
578 per sq. mi.

South Mount Juliet

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Make no bones about it, South Mount Juliet is a great neighborhood for dog owners. The Bark Park on SE Springfield is a perfect place to let your furry friend run free, with separate runs for large and small dogs, two water fountains, and benches for you to rest if you feel like your pooch has been walking you for the past while! The real draw of South Mount Juliet, however, is its dog-friendly eatery. The knowledgeable staff at the furrific Three Dog Bakery on W McEwan are always on hand to help you pick out all-natural, delicious treats sure to get your buddy’s tail wagging!

Hermitage

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
607 per sq. mi.

Hermitage

36

The Stones River Greenway in Hermitage is just twelve miles from Mount Juliet, and you’d have to be barking mad not to visit. This splendidly scenic trail runs along the river of the same name, and the shaded three-mile walk is a particular favorite of local dog owners. At the end of the trail, you’ll find the Stones River Dog Park! The off-leash area is huge, and the park provides everything you and your pooch might need: bags, water, toys and all. There’s even a couple of doggie wading pools for your fur baby to cool off in after they’ve worked up a sweat!

Arts District

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
6,898 per sq. mi.

Arts District

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The Riverfront Dog Park in Nashville is a real mutts-visit. Located along the Cumberland River, the park features a log-based doggie obstacle course so your pooch can get a thorough and entertaining workout! There are plenty of seats for humans, and the park boasts an excellent view of the river, so you can watch the boats go by while your pup leaps about. While you're in Nashville, it’d be a real faux-paws not to see some music! If your fur baby can handle noise and crowds, Two Bits on Demonbreum Street serves up food and live entertainment, and welcomes doggie diners at outdoor tables.

Downtown Nashville

12
Population Density
3,333 per sq. mi.

Downtown Nashville

12

The Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park is pawsitively huge -- a whopping 19 acres of recreation space located at the northern end of Nashville’s downtown. Cultured canines might get a kick out of the History of Tennessee path, a fascinating walking tour that chronicles the history of the state as far back as prehistoric times. There are plenty of monuments and markers to see, as well as paths and well-maintained green spaces for leashed walks. You and your pup can pick up a picnic lunch at the fabulous farmers market.

Shelby

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Population Density
140 per sq. mi.

Shelby

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For fur-friendly hiking, look no further than the Volunteer Trail in West Rural Hill. Featuring fabulous views of J. Percy Priest Lake, this ten-mile trail is an easier walk than it first might seem -- the incline at the half-mile mark is deceptive. Dogs are welcome on leash, but remember to bring your own water and bags! Your pooch might also enjoy exploring the Long Hunter State Park. With over 2,600 acres of grassland, natural woodland and hills, this park boasts dog-friendly trails for all fitness levels.

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