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What is Wag!?
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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“Your pups new best friend!”
Hello! My name is Lydia! I am an outdoors girl at heart (grew up in New Hampshire). Moved to Nashville & my husband + I have the best pup around.. he is a black mouth cur named Chance. I am passionate about animals and because of it have been a vegan for years. I’ve walked and cared for dogs now for a few years and really enjoy spending time with pups and being outside, so what is better than combining both! I look forward to loving on your pup during our walks, runs or boarding sleepovers!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Potty training, Puppy training
“I am here to serve!”
Hi, my name is Juan! My wife and I have been married for five years now. We absolutely love animals, especially dogs! My experience with dogs ranges from small lap dogs to large active dogs, from docile ones to aggressive ones. I know from first hand experience how a dog is part of the family. That is why I take great pride in providing the best service possible to you. Knowing that your beloved deserves the best care, respect and patience.
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Socially Distanced Pet Care
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training
Dog Walking in Pleasant View
Pleasant View is a small city located in Cheatham County in Tennessee. The city lies between the fifth largest city in the state, Clarksville, and the state's capital city, Nashville. If you're passing through Pleasant View or you're thinking about moving there with your beloved doggo, you can rest easy knowing this community has its own veterinary hospital that can care for your pooch if you need it.
Since the city is fairly small, you won't find many locales where doggos are allowed. One place where you can share a sweet treat with your pooch is the outdoor patio is Golly G's Coffee, Ice Cream, and Sweets. Otherwise, you can head to Nashville, which is 27 miles away, and choose from more than 180 pet-friendly restaurants. Or, go to Clarksville, which is 24 miles away and offers more than 20 locales. The same applies to accommodations where you can stay with your pooch. Clarksville offers more than 15, while Nashville has more than 200!
An interesting thing to do in the vicinity of Pleasant View is visit the Prichard's Distillery at Fontanel. Located around 17 miles away, this distillery is very dog-friendly! You can try plenty of bourbons, rums, or whiskeys while you're there. (Make sure you and your doggie have a designated driver!)
Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pleasant View
The Trails at Fontanel is a pawesome place for a hike in the vicinity of Pleasant View. This loop trail is around 2.6 miles long and it's rated as a moderate trail. Along the way, you will be able to admire the wildflowers, birds, and wildlife. The trail is lightly trafficked, making it great for timid pups, and it's used all year long. The trail is well-maintained but it's not paved. The trees that line the trail provide plenty of shade and fresh air! Your pooch can accompany you as long as they are leashed and well-behaved. Don't forget water and poop baggies for cleaning up.
If you prefer to let your pooch romp around in a securely fenced area, you can visit the Heritage Bark Park. This two-acre park is completely fenced so doggies can hang out off-leash. There are plenty of shade trees in one part of the park if you need some relief from the sun. There are three different sections in this park: one is for small dogs, another is for large pups, and the third one is an agility play area. At the entrance of the park, you will find a water source. Waste baggies are also at your disposal, as well as plenty of doggie toys!
West End Park
West End Park
Another pawssible place to exercise your pooch in a fenced area is Centennial Dog Park. This park is situated in West End Park in Nashville, around 28 miles away from Plesant View. Pooches that visit this place have to be vaccinated and licensed! If you have a smaller doggo that is scared of larger pups, this park provides a separate area where your pooch can safely play. Other than having a large open field with plenty of fur friends to play with, this park also provides a water source and waste baggies for cleaning up. Benches and shade for the human visitors are provided as well.
Nashville's Bellevue neighborhood is a quiet district that's ruffly 13 miles from downtown, away from the hustle and bustle, and 32 miles from Pleasant View. Edwin Warner Dog Park is located here, and your pooch will pawsitively love it! You don't need to worry about bringing water with you since the park has a water fountain. While your pooch meets new friends, you can sit back and relax on the benches provided. There is also a parking lot close to the park. When it rains, the park tends to get a bit muddy, so bringing a towel with you might be a good idea. Bring waste baggies as well so you can keep the park clean.
Northwest Ashland City
Northwest Ashland City
The Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail winds along the Cumberland River, and it's a pawesome place to walk with your leashed doggo. This 6.7-mile trail is located a little closer to Pleasant View, at around 12 miles away. The surface of the trail is mixed -- some parts are paved, others are gravel. Cyclists and horses are also allowed on the trail, so make sure your pup gets along well with those on four legs (and two wheels!) before going there. Almost all the trail is shaded, and you can learn more about the flora and fauna in the area at plaques posted along the trail. Don't forget to take water and poop baggies with you!