Dog walking in Saratoga Springs

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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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Hi I’m Madison, I have a 7 month old Dalmatian named Hugh and he is my pride and joy! I am an aspiring dog trainer who dreams to make big moves in the dog world!! I absolutely love working with all dogs in any way possible. One of my favorite pass times is teach Hugh a new skill or trick! Aside from Hugh I love to work out and hike! Dog walking is such a perfect way to incorporate some of my favorite things. Exercise and furry friends!

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Can run with dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Agility training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training

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 Saratoga Springs

Located about 25 miles west of Provo and on the northwestern side of Lake Utah, Saratoga Springs is a newer, rapidly growing community. With over 260 acres of parkland, this development has several pet-friendly recreational areas that you can share with Fido. There's a veterinary clinic in town when you need professional services for your special pal.

Go for a hike or jog with your pooch on the Jordan River Parkway Trail. There's a trailhead off N Saratoga Road where you can connect to this multi-use trail. Follow the river north toward Salt Lake City as you weave through parks, wetlands, and urban areas. Dogs on a leash are allowed to join you here.

Another pawtastic pathway is the Utah Lake Parkway Trail. This mixed-surface path stretches along the northern shore of Utah Lake from N Saratoga Road to North Lake Park. Enjoy a walk or jog by the water with your four-footed friend here. You need to keep your pup on a leash and clean up his waste. 

Bring your boat to the Saratoga Springs Marina and cast out into Utah Lake with your canine companion. Enjoy a day of fishing on the water or walk along the shore and take in the scenery. Remember to keep your pooch on a leash and to clean up after him.

Saratoga Springs is a growing community that has a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities open to dogs and their owners.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Saratoga Springs

Fox Hollow

48
Population Density
378 per sq. mi.

Fox Hollow

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Fox Hollow is a neighborhood of private homes with two community parks. The streets here have sidewalks that provide a safe place to take your four-footed pal for a daily stroll. When you want to share a walk or jog by the water with your pooch, head over to Eagle Park off Centennial Blvd to connect with the Lakeside Trail. Follow this well-groomed pathway north or south along Utah Lake to get some fresh air and exercise. You're welcome to bring Fido along with you as long as he's restrained on a leash and you pick up his waste. Remember to bring water for your outing.

Lariat Blvd

36
Population Density
545 per sq. mi.

Lariat Blvd

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The Lariat Blvd development includes private homes, a grassy park, and the city fire department. The streets here are lined with sidewalks that are great for a daily jaunt with your pup. When you want to get some serious exercise, connect with the Israel Canyon Trail at Grasslands Park off W Weatherby Drive. This trail is a strenuous 8.6-mile out-and-back route. Enjoy the wildflowers and scenery as you hike with your fur baby. Climb Lake Mounting Peak to catch stunning views of the Wasatch Front. Dogs on a leash can join you. Bring plenty of water and waste bags for your trek.

Jordan Willows

24
Population Density
740 per sq. mi.

Jordan Willows

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In the area around Jordan Willows Park, there are single-family homes, two parks, and a furiffic trail. You'll be able to go for a peaceful walk through the neighborhood in this lovely community. To treat yourself and your pup to an outdoor adventure, head to Willow Park and go hiking through grassy fields and willow trees. This 50-acre facility has campsites, walking trails, and picnic areas for your enjoyment. Stretch your legs with your pooch as you enjoy walking along the Jordan River. Dogs on a leash are welcome to accompany you here. Remember to bring waste bags with you.

Talus Ridge

12
Population Density
1,091 per sq. mi.

Talus Ridge

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The Talus Ridge development includes private residences, a few community parks, and a high school. There are sidewalks along the streets where you and your four-footed friend can take a walk. If you want to enjoy some green space with your pooch, head over to Neptune Park on West 400 North. This community facility has tables, athletic fields, and a perimeter path. Hike or jog around the park or play some frisbee in the open lawn area, then share an snack with your special pal. You can bring dogs here as long as they're on a leash and you pick up after them.

Harvest Hills

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Population Density
1,439 per sq. mi.

Harvest Hills

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The neighborhood of Harvest Hills is a residential area with an apartment complex, single-family homes, an elementary school, and four parks. There are walking paths and sidewalks throughout the area where you and your canine companion can take a stroll together. A furiffic spot to visit with your fur baby is Harvest Hills Community Park. This facility has some open fields, paved trails, and a picnic area. Enjoy a walk, then grab a snack with your canine companion. Dogs are welcome to accompany their owners in most areas of the park as long as you keep them on a leash and pick up their waste.

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