Dog walking in Lehi

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Customized for your pup

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

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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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Sarah HLehi, UT

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“Your furry friend is in good hands with me!”

I have been caring for a variety of animals most of my life. I always had cats and dogs growing up. From a young age I learned how to care for animals and be responsible for them. I now have two big doggos of my own, mixed breeds. My boyfriend and I try to take them on daily walks and hikes. I am comfortable dealing with different breeds and sizes! I’ll always treat your dog like my own. Just know when your furry friend is with me they are in good hands!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Morgan ALehi, UT

4.9

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I am 34 years old and Mom to my 3 amazing children. I’m originally from Salt Lake and grew up with lots of pets! I absolutely love the outdoors! I look forward to taking your special friend on a grand adventure to experience the sights, sounds, and smells of your neighborhood while they get the exercise they need for optimum health.

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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

Tamara WLehi, UT

4.9

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“Always ready to meet a new furry friend!”

I have owned many dogs of many different breeds. Many have been rescues. I never pass up an opportunity to meet a new four legged friend. I love being outdoors, and there is no better way to spend that time than sharing it with with a dog!

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Ashlyn KLehi, UT

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Hi, i’m Ashlyn! I have loved dogs ever since I could remember. I have years of expirence with pet sitting dogs of all sizes, ages, breeds, and personalities and I have loved everyone of them! I also have my own dog who is my best friend. I enjoy being outside and getting active. I think each dog is special and I am more than willing to cater to your dogs every need. I can’t wait to meet your furry friend and care and love them in the best way possible!

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Natalie MLehi, UT

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“Care for them as if they were mine.”

Hello, I love to be outside, no matter the weather. I have always had a big heart for dogs of all kinds and am comfortable with any size and temperament. I volunteers at humane society and shelters. I am available anytime. For long walks, short walks, runs or leisure. Also for dog sitting.

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Annie BLehi, UT

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“Happy to pamper your pup!”

Hi! My name is Annie and I love our furry friends. I have been walking and boarding pups for over a year now. I have also owned a beloved golden retriever/german shepherd mix whose name was Cali. Funny enough, I met Cali through my childhood dog walking business. The owner had been seeking a new home for her; we bonded so well that when I was asked if I wanted her, I had no other answer but yes. I can assure you that I will care for your dog on our walks as if she/he were my own.

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Danielle CLehi, UT

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“I'll love your pup as much as you do!”

I've grown up around a variety of dogs and dog owners! I am flexible and can interact with all dog personalities, whether shy or super excitable. If your dog is still in training, I can help it learn with positivity and a great attitude. I look forward to meeting your little buddy!

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Teyonia JLehi, UT

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My name is Teyonia Jake. I'm a college student at Salt Lake Community College. This is my second year there at SLCC, I'm majoring in Music Recording Technology. I have three pets of my own, two cats and one dog. The cats names are Kevin and Koda and the dog's name is Jake. I'm in a dance crew called Boom Crew over at Millennium Dance Company. I've been walking my neighbors dogs for almost a year now and I really enjoy it.

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Cameron MLehi, UT

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Hi! I have been a dog walker in the city for about 2 years now and have loved every second. I enjoy exploring the city but it is even more fun when accompanied by a sweet pup. I am active, kind, and dependable so you can trust me with your furry loved one!

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Amanda ALehi, UT

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“Making it as easy as PAW-ssible”

Hello! My name is Amanda, and people call me the dog whisperer. I have been surrounded by dogs (both mine and my friends/family) my whole life, and feel I develop a unique and special bond with each one. I have two pups right now, and our favorite thing to do is going for hikes together. There's also a dog trail nearby that is always so fun to meet new puppy pals at. I have worked in a veterinary clinic, volunteered at animal shelters, and have even worked with horses. Animals are one of my many passions, and I look forward to meeting you and your pup/s.

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Dog Walking in Lehi

A little over half an hour south of Salt Lake City, historic Lehi, Utah sits on the northern shore of Utah Lake in Utah County. Originally settled in 1850 as Dry Creek, it is one of the oldest towns in the state and therefore harbors a great deal of local history. It also has a lot of dog lovers, city parks and nature trails all over town. Today, the growing town of Lehi is a software-friendly town, and has hosted the headquarters for Ancestry.com since 2016. For pups, Lehi serves all their medical needs with the Lehi Animal Hospital, and offers five more veterinarians in nearby towns.

Many restaurants with a wide variety of menus that allow dogs at their outdoor tables in Lehi, though you will need to leave your dog outside to go in and order. You can find Great Harvest Bread, Kneaders Bakery and Cafe, and Culver's on the south side of town. For other options, check out Tenney's Pizza off Highway 85.

Lehi offers several pet-friendly places you can stay at with your pup. Motel 6 accepts multiple dogs of all sizes for no extra fee in their rooms. Best Western Timpanogos Inn, Hyatt Place Salt Lake City Lehi, Super High Lehi, and Days Inn Lehi all welcome dogs for an extra pet fee.

Lehi is a happening pup town with lots of trails to sniff and stroll!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lehi

Thanksgiving Point 2.0

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Population Density
1,826 per sq. mi.

Thanksgiving Point 2.0

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Thanksgiving Point houses Ashton Gardens, which welcomes dogs as long as they are on a leash. It consists of 55 picturesque acres and 15 themed gardens, with numerous paths for a great and refreshing walk to entertain your dog and your dog's best human friends. You may need to bring your own food, water and doggy bags, as concession stands are rather scarce. Ashton Gardens is closed in the winter and on major holidays, but it reopens at the end of March. For dog-friendly accomodations, the Home2Home Suites by Hilton/Thanskgiving Point accepts dogs of all sizes, with no fee or limit. The neighborhood also has a concentration of dog-friendly restaurants nearby along Highway 15, including Cafe Zupas, JCW's Restaurant, Slab Pizza, Mo' Bettah Hawaiian Style, Firehouse Subs, and Cubby's Chicago Beef. Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables.

Traverse Mountain

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Population Density
1,358 per sq. mi.

Traverse Mountain

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The Traverse Mountain Summit Trail is on pup-lovin' Traverse Mountain, which is both within the city limits and a part of Corner Canyon Regional Park. It runs for 3.8 miles, with an elevation of 232 feet from the bottom. The view from the top is great and you can access other trails in the park. Dogs are welcome as long as they stay on-leash. Though open year-round, the trail is most accessible between April and October, as the area gets a lot of snow in the winter. There's a lot of bike traffic on the trail system, so it's best used early in the morning or in the evening. Watch out for rattlers.

East Traverse Mountain

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Population Density
431 per sq. mi.

East Traverse Mountain

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The East Traverse Mountain neighborhood is home to many dog-friendly parks, such as Eagle Summit Park, Harvest Park and Canyon Hills Park. It also features the Historic Utah Southern Rail Trail along its southern border. This paved, mixed-used trail allows dogs as long as they are on a leash, and runs south 3.5 miles through Lehi. Pick up the trail at Chapel Hill Rd. (where you'll find parking) and walk to Timpanogos Highway (State Route 92). You can also access and leave the trail at various points, depending how far you want to walk. The trail follows the history of the local railroad, and hooks up with the much-longer Murdock Canal Trail, which continues to Provo. The trail has numerous views of the countryside, as well as shaded benches for you and your dog to stop for some water or a rest. It is rated an easy walk, with an elevation of 180 feet, and has handicap access.

Railroad Street

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Population Density
3,805 per sq. mi.

Railroad Street

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In the center of the Railroad Street neighborhood is the pawrific Dry Creek Park, which provides access to the Dry Creek Trail, and features bathroom facilities. The park also has a disc golf course and pavilions for picnicking, though you should bring your own food and water. Dogs are welcome on-leash, but you will need to bring your own doggie bags, since the trail is mainly for hikers and mountain bikers. The 6.3-mile nature trail provides some seclusion from the rest of the city and is good for birding. It is listed as "moderate" in difficulty and has a nice view at the top. Parking is available on the east end of the Jewish Community Center.

West 9600 N

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Population Density
740 per sq. mi.

West 9600 N

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The Jordan River winds through this Lehi neighborhood, and running alongside it is the Jordan River Parkway Trail. This asphalt trail, which meanders for 43 miles through the county, has two trailheads in this neighorhood. It's 1.9 miles from the trailhead in Wildlife Park south to the trailhead in Willow Park, where you will find bathrooms and water fountains. The trail also boasts picnic areas and handicap access. The trail welcomes dogs on-leash, but know you'll be sharing the route with everyone from bikers to inline skaters to horseback riders. Make sure you bring a doggie bag to clean up any waste, and water for your thirsty pup!