Dog walking in American Fork

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Hi, I'm Tori! I have been walking dogs for many years starting when I was younger. I had a gorgeous English Springer Spaniel named Katie growing up and have loved dogs ever since! I have taken care of many sizes of dogs, lengths of walks, and done both boarding and sitting for dogs. I enjoy the outdoors and being active. I can't wait to walk your dog!

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull

As a dog owner and lover myself I work especially hard to make sure the dogs I care for are well loved. As I have been a dog walker before I am well experienced and versed in the specific care your dog will need and understand how unique each dog may be. I have worked with rescue groups and as well have been a long time sitter for many dogs when families leave on vacations. I will make sure your dog is loved, happy, while still guiding the dog to be obedient to your specific rules. I am excited to meet and care for your furry friends and I know they are excited for the adventures to come as well!

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Dog Walking in American Fork

American Fork -- or, as locals refer to it, A.F -- is a city in Utah County north of Utah Lake with a population of 28,326. The city has three veterinary clinics in case you need to access veterinary services during your stay.

If you need a place to spend the night in American Fork, you can reach out to Holiday Inn Express American Fork, which will accompany more than 2 big dogs for a fee. Want to skip the pet fee? Check out American Fork AirBnB rentals. Some of them are pet-friendly, but pet policies vary based on the host's preferences.

If you're in American Fork, you must visit one of the most famous trails in Utah County: Timpooneke Trail. This trail takes you to the top of the Mount Timpanogos. It's almost 15 miles long and it might be hard for inexperienced hikers. But you don't need to go all the way to the top; you can still enjoy the trail even if you only hike a section. Your dog is welcome to come with you, but you'll need to bring lots of water and snacks for your fur baby. Depending on the time of the year, there might be snow or ice on the trail, so you should be aware of that and go prepared.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in American Fork

American Villa

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,996 per sq. mi.

American Villa

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If you're in American Fork and you're in need of a park where your pup can stretch his paws, there is a perfect place for you around 18 miles away from American Fork. In the American Villa neighborhood of Sandy, you'll find the Sandy Dog Park. This park is a one-acre, properly fenced park with plenty of trees for shade,  as well as benches for dog owners, a walking trail, and boulders for sitting. The park includes a water fountain, but it's turned off during the winter, so bring some water if you're visiting the park in winter. There is grass in one area of the park, and there are no separate zones for small and large dogs.

West Jordan

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,356 per sq. mi.

West Jordan

36

A little bit further away from American Fork is a really beautiful park that will make your trip worthwhile. Around 27 miles northwest of American Fork, you'll find the West Jordan Dog Park in West Jordan. This park is a fully fenced, 3-acre park where your fur buddy can run off-leash and socialize with other pawesome friends. The park has three areas; one is for small dogs and the other two are for large dogs. The park also offers benches, water spigots and waste bags. If you need a place to stay in West Jordan, feel free to visit the My Place Hotel where dogs are welcome. Large dogs are allowed in the rooms, but there is a pet fee for pups of all sizes.

Provost South

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,207 per sq. mi.

Provost South

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Around 17 miles south of American Fork, down by the Utah Lake, you'll find the quaint city of Provo, where the Bicentennial Dog Park is located. It's the city's first off-leash dog park that ensures every dog's safety by having a double-fenced entry. Moreover, it includes doggie waste stations, and a fire hydrant where you can have lots of fun with your four-legged friend in the summer heat. It also has a sand pit for digging, as well as grass and shade trees. There are benches available for humans to look over their beloved pets.

Woodhaven Village

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
5,415 per sq. mi.

Woodhaven Village

12

The Millrace Park is located in Taylorsville, 24 miles away from American Fork. Dogs can explore this park on-leash. The on-site dog park allows only licensed and vaccinated puppers into the park. You must pick up after your dog, and if your dog tends to get aggressive or rough, he won't be allowed into the park. Male dogs under 4 months are not allowed, as well as female dogs in heat. Your dog can't be left unattended, and it must be supervised by a person over the age of 12. Furthermore, food is not allowed in the park, whether it's the dog or human variety. The rules are in place to make sure all dogs stay safe and sound while they play!

Central Draper

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,523 per sq. mi.

Central Draper

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Dayland Dog Park is located approximately 13 miles away from American Fork, in Central Draper. This off-leash park is properly fenced so your pup can play safely. Moreover, the park features separate ares for small and large dogs. It has water available, as well as trails for walking and benches for dog owners to keep an eye on their doggies. There is a small creek passing through the park, so it's the place to be if your pupper wants to swim and play in the water. Some of the benches have gazebos over them for extra shade. There is also a hose at the entrance for cleaning up after all the fun.

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