Dog walking in Addison

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“Dog hair is my favorite accessory 🐾 !”

I have been the go to pet sitter/walker for the last 7 years for several physicians in the area. I’ve never met a pup that I didn’t love! I’m very loyal, honest, caring, and treat all the babies that I care for as if they are my own. What could be better for an animal lover than to have the opportunity to spend time with animals, and create a fruitful income doing it?!

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Senior dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull

“one of the best and more qualified dog walkers.”

Hello, I'm Bernardo. I finished school in Mexico in 2017 with my degree in Veterinarian Medicine and Zootechnics. I'm an animal lover at heart, I have adopted and raised two beautiful and healthy dogs. The love I have for them has motivated me to learn all I could about dogs. I'm excited to be your next Wag! walker, And rest asssure, I will take care of your dog as if I'm taking care of my own.

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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, Training experience, Obedience training, Potty training, Puppy training

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Dog Walking in Addison

Addison is a vibrant city just north of Dallas. Although small in size, this Texan town is home to a vast assortment of restaurants, hotels and retail shops. The combination of small town community and big city energy make this a pawsome place for dogs and people alike.

Dogs living in Addison have a pupperific array of parks to choose from. Addison Town Park is a delightful place to take a stroll with your furry friend. Quorum Park has a beautiful fountain that lights up at night, as well as a paved walking path. For a heavenly experience, visit Celestial Park. Inspiring quotations, poetry and a human sundial make this a one of a kind park. 

If your pup likes a night out on the town, he’s in luck. Addison has 29 pet friendly restaurants, so go ahead and schedule a dinner date with your furry BFF.  The Londoner’s name says it all. This pub serves British cuisine classics like Scotch eggs, shepherd’s pie and chicken curry. Choose a seat on the dog friendly patio so your pooch can join you. Lazy Dog is not to be missed. Not only do they have delicious food for humans, they have a dog menu with items like grilled chicken breast and brown rice.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Addison

Marsh Ln/ Beltway Dr

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
5,683 per sq. mi.

Marsh Ln/ Beltway Dr

48

Les Lacs Dog Park is just calling your pup’s name. Located in the Marsh Lane and Beltway Drive neighborhood, this park provides a place for your furry pal to let loose and run wild. He’ll love meeting new friends while also getting some much needed exercise. A separate small dog area allows smaller pups to play at their own speed. Drinking water is available, so make sure your pooch stays hydrated, especially during the hot Texan summer days. Les Lacs Linear Park is connected to the Dog Park, and features plenty of amenities, including a lake and a walking trail to keep your pup busy.

Addison Town Center

36
Population Density
3,862 per sq. mi.

Addison Town Center

36

There are nine pet friendly hotels in Addison, so if you and Fido are just passing through, you’ll have no problem finding a place to stay. Red Roof Inn and Suites Addison is located in the Town Center. This dog loving hotel allows one pet per room for no additional fee. Hyatt House Dallas Addison is also in the area. For a nominal fee, two pets up to 50 pounds can bunk here for the night. Residence Inn by Marriott welcomes two dogs of any size for an additional fee. La Quinta Inn and Suites also allows two dogs, but no fee is charged. Sounds like a tail waggin’ deal!

Addison Rd/ Airport Pky

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,538 per sq. mi.

Addison Rd/ Airport Pky

24

The Addison Road and Airport Parkway neighborhood is home to Redding Trail Dog Park. Bring your pup over so she can romp and play with friends new and old. She’ll love the chance to ditch the leash and run around carefree. A small dog section is provided for petite pooches, and each area has drinking fountains for two legged and four legged park patrons. You can also access the Redding Trail here which branches off from the park. For an extra treat, clip on your pal’s leash and take a stroll down the beautifully landscaped path. You can also head over to North Addison Park. It’s a little off the beaten path, so you may have the walking trail all to yourselves. 

Marsh Ln/ Spring Valley Rd

12
Population Density
12,228 per sq. mi.

Marsh Ln/ Spring Valley Rd

12

It’s no secret dogs and parks go hand in hand. Clip on your pup’s leash and head over to Vitruvian Park. Located in the Marsh Lane and Spring Valley Road area, this 12 acre park is sure to make your pooch’s tail wag. Public art, live performances and water features all make this park one happening place. Let your pal strut his stuff on the waterfront walkway. This path also connects to other regional trails, so feel free to explore the area. There are also two loops around the park; one clocks in at .72 and the other is .68. Your canine buddy will love feeling the sunshine on her back while getting her exercise. 

Chalfont Place

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
8,732 per sq. mi.

Chalfont Place

0

Just two miles west of Addison is Wagging Tail Dog Park. Situated in the Chalfont Place neighborhood of north Dallas, this dog park is deluxe. It spreads over 6.9 acres and has separate areas for large and small dogs. Your four legged pal can dart and dash all over, or play a game of chase with some new friends. A drinking fountain and a bowl are provided so dogs can stay hydrated while they play. There is also an observation deck that offers scenic views of a waterfall and White Rock Creek. A walking trail loops the park, so when he’s done playing with his furry friends, your buddy can talk a walk with you. 

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