Dog walking in Helotes

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Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.

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Hello! My name is David and I have been dog owner all my life. I love all sizes and breeds of dogs, and can easily manage different activity levels. I also have experience handling dogs with allergies and administering medicine via pills. Dog walking is a fun way for me to stay physically active while also earning some money on the side. I greatly look forward to meeting you and your best furry friends!

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Hi, My name is Jennie. I've been around dogs and horses my whole life, I love being around them, especially enjoying the outdoors with them. While living in Germany, I watched and cared for service members dogs at my home while they went on vacation. I have two fur babies of my own. Digby, my five year old French Bulldog and our newest member Billy Goat a three year old Pit Bull rescue. I believe in treating all animals like family, which means lots of love, respect, walks, and play! I would love to be the one who you can trust to keep your dog happy, healthy, and loved!

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Dog Walking in Helotes

Helotes, Texas is a small town with a small town vibe. The community is very friendly and integrated, with the town priding itself on family friendly activities held often throughout the area. With rolling hills and beautiful scenery, almost every spot is a good one for walking your pooch. There are two animal hospitals at either end of the town, ensuring that your pup will be well taken care of no matter which end you're on.

Located just off Old Bandera Road is the Helotes Creek Nature Center. This center is just off a natural area surrounding Los Reyes Creek, which is home to the endangered whooping crane, as well as a large host of similar wildlife. Natural trees and grasses line this area, so take your pup down for some wildlife and nature viewing. The area isn’t fenced in, so remember to keep your pooch leashed at all times and bring enough water for the both of you.

If you’re coming from out of town, the Motel 6 located right off the freeway is a short drive from Helotes and welcomes pets of any size for no additional fee. Take your pup down to the Two Step Restaurant just a couple minutes away and gorge on Texas inspired cuisine. There’s a back porch with a grassy area that’s perfect for dogs, so you can spend quality time with your favorite four legged friend.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Helotes

Verde Hills

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Population Density
4,072 per sq. mi.

Verde Hills

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Verde Hills, located in San Antonio and just a few minutes outside Helotes, is a lovely little place that is well worth the trip. This neighborhood lays claim to the sizable OP Schnabel Park, a gorgeous green spot with trees and grass making up unique lush scenery. Numerous trails wind through this park, from concrete paths to more natural dirt ones, ensuring there’s a path for every kind of walker. Dogs are welcome on a leash, so be sure to keep your pup attached to one at all times.  Whatever trail you choose, you and your pooch are certain to have a wooftastic time!

Government Canyon State Natural Area

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Population Density
454 per sq. mi.

Government Canyon State Natural Area

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The Government Canyon State Natural Area is a state park located in San Antonio, less than a five minute drive from Helotes. This forested spot is home to some gorgeous natural areas, and is very isolating from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. There are two dog friendly trails that wind through this state park: Savannah Loop and Lytle’s Loop. Put together, these two trails span nearly seven miles. The paths are rugged, and there’s no easy access to water, so be sure you bring enough for both you and your pup! You’re sure to have a blast exploring all that these trails have to offer.

Helotes Park Estates

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Population Density
2,060 per sq. mi.

Helotes Park Estates

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Helotes Park Estates is a peaceful area with beautiful scenery. Though not large, it’s located right across from Helotes City Park and Playground,  a lovely little area to spend some time away from it all. There’s a small walking area with benches, and an expanse of grass that’s dotted with a couple trees, ideal for taking a curious pup through on their daily walk. The playground is near a high school, so if your dog isn’t kid friendly, it may be best to avoid the area during school days. Remember to keep your pooch leashed at all times!

Laminacks Take Helotes

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Population Density
6,407 per sq. mi.

Laminacks Take Helotes

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Laminacks Take Helotes is a beautiful, dog friendly neighborhood with an easygoing community. This neighborhood lays claim to the Helotes Natural Area and Disc Golf Course, a large green area with the occasional shaded benches ideal for a brief rest. Dogs are welcome so long as they’re leashed, making this one of the perfect spots to take your pup on their morning walk! There’s equal part trees and field, making sure the place feels spacious without a complete lack of shade. Remember to bring water for yourself and your pooch, as there isn’t easy access to it at this park.


Overlook Of Carriage Hills

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Population Density
5,700 per sq. mi.

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For a peaceful and quiet community, look no further than Overlook Of Carriage Hills. Though located in nearby San Antonio, this neighborhood is just a few minutes outside Helotes and is definitely worth a visit. Here, you will find Bamberger Nature Park, which is connected at the hip to Rohde Park and Leon Creek Greenway. Right off Bamberger at the south of the neighborhood is Bamberger Trailhead, the beginning of a long trail system that welcomes dogs, so long as they’re properly leashed. Remember to bring water for you and your pup!  With so many gorgeous areas to explore, you’re sure to never be bored on your walks again.

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