Dog walking in Springville

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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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Shannon LSpringville, UT

5.0

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I'm Shannon from New York. I grew up in a home that always had a love for dogs. My family and I have had many dogs of our own. I love being around them and being able to care for them. I've had the chance to do so with many dog walking and pet sitting opportunities. I hope to have that same chance providing love and care to your pets!

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

Sammy BSpringville, UT

5.0

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Anyone who knows me, knows how much I love dogs! I used to work at a pet resort and have done pet sitting for several family members and friends. I really miss having furry friends in my life and would love the opportunity to walk your pup and help in anyway that I can!

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

Hayden VSpringville, UT

5.0

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“Let me be your pup's paw-pal!”

I love being with and taking care of all animals, especially dogs! I've helped family and friends take care of their pets since I was just a little kid! I'm working on becoming a veterinarian technician!

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Lexie CSpringville, UT

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I’m a 23 year old college student that absolutely loves dogs. Everyone that spends any time with me can attest that I am obsessed. I grew up with a dog and have been trusted by many friends to take care of their pets. Nothing makes me happier than spending some quality time loving on a cute dog!

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Can run with dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Lauren SSpringville, UT

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Hello! I have been a dog lover since birth. Many of my best friends growing up had dogs and I was often asked to dog sit while their families were out of town. I have also lived with my older sisters, who both own dogs and I have a lot of experience taking care of and walking their pups as well. Being around dogs just brings me so much joy and I truly love to spend time with them.

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Brinley TSpringville, UT

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I absolutely adore all kinds of animals. I have had personal experience with dogs all my life, and have always had a special love for them! I’ve had experience with rather challenging dogs and am comfortable handling more aggressive or dominate personality types in a calm and understanding way. I am happy to spend time understanding specific needs and special circumstances, and am excited to connect with and care for your pets!

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

Nikylie ESpringville, UT

5.0

(22)

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Hi, my name is Nikylie Eagar! I am new here to Wag!, but I have a lot of experience pet sitting and walking dogs, I’ve been doing it for friends and family for years. I would love to get to know your dog!

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Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Kyndra CSpringville, UT

5.0

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Hello, my name is Kyndra! I have been around animals my whole life as I've grown up on a ranch, currently own two dogs, and even worked a summer on a ranch resort leading horseback trail rides. My first dog on my own was a rescue from a troubled past and I've enjoyed cultivating him into a loving and well trained member of my family and have loved working with other animals deemed lost causes and learning how to connect and bring out their best. I have trained a PTSD service dog in the past and currently helping with train another dog to be an Autistic/Epilepsy Service dog. I enjoy taking my dogs on exciting adventures and would love to embark on one with yours as well!

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Taylor SSpringville, UT

4.9

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Hi, I'm Taylor and dogs are my life! I have owned dogs all of my life, and have experience with a wide range of breeds and temperaments (including experience with aggressive dogs as well). I have past experience walking dogs and volunteer at Best Friends Animal Society. I am very active and ensure your dog will get the best out of his or her walk with me! I can't wait to get to know your companion and make their day more enjoyable while you are away.

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

Chelsea ASpringville, UT

4.9

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“Taking great care of your pup when you‘re stuck!”

I have been an avid dog lover my entire life. When I was a child, my parents didn't let me have a dog, so I asked to walk my neighbor’s instead! I worked in a vet clinic for a few years and helped with dogs in appointments, grooming, and boarding. Now in my adult life, I've owned and trained my own dogs and continue to look for ways to expand my knowledge. I would love to make your dog's day!

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

Dog Walking in Springville

With the beautiful Wasatch Mountains to the west, and Utah Lake to the east, Springville has easy access to ski resorts and hiking trails, as well as fishing, boating, and, yes, even skating on Utah Lake. It’s a bustling little city, with a population that’s expected to double in the next ten years. That growth is no surprise. In addition to its natural beauty, the city is close to both Provo and Salt Lake City, and its own economic base is growing.

Puppers in Springville are pretty doggone lucky. There’s one veterinarian right in town, and it’s just a short 20-minute drive to nearby Provo, which has five more veterinarians, as well as several fur-iendly businesses and the region’s one off-leash dog park.

Well-behaved pups who have excellent recall, though, don’t need to journey to Provo to go off-leash. Unleashed puppers can hike the Bonneville Shoreline Trail (BST) with you. The BST follows natural pathways and acts as a bridge between urban areas and the mountain wilderness. Springville’s section, which is 3.5 miles long, is fairly easy to hike, apart from a few steep climbs. The views from the trail are breathtaking. Access the BST at the trailhead located at 1800 North and Main Street. Take along water and waste bags and be prepared to carry waste out.

With gorgeous scenery in every direction Springville is an adventure waiting for you and you pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Springville

Dry Creek

48
Population Density
1,101 per sq. mi.

Dry Creek

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This neighborhood is home to the Ray Arthur Wing Park, a furrific place to explore with your leashed doggo. The park’s expansive grassy area and walking trail that loops around the perimeter are just what the pupper ordered. There are also picnic tables, barbeques, and a large playground. The park’s drinking fountain is designated for people, though, so make sure you bring along a bowl to fill for your doggo, and waste bags too. Those just passing through Springville with find pet-friendly accommodations at the Best Western Mountain View Inn, where two pups weighing up to 80 lbs can stay for a small additional fee. Be sure to reserve in advance!

East Springville

36
Population Density
264 per sq. mi.

East Springville

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This eastern area of Springville extends deep into the Wasatch Mountains. This community’s Hobble Creek Trail, located at the base of Powerhouse Mountain, is the perfect way to get up close and personal with mountain scenery without requiring a rigorous hike. The 4.5-mile long paved trail is an easy hike, with a steep grade in only one short 100-yard section. The area is lush with vegetation and wildlife. There are shaded benches about every half mile, rest areas with picnic tables, and picturesque bridges that cross Hobble Creek. The trail ends at Rotary Park, which has a large grassy area and shaded picnic tables where you can rest. Bring along waste bags and water.

Canyon Rd / Hobble Creek Canyon

24
Population Density
1,701 per sq. mi.

Canyon Rd / Hobble Creek Canyon

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The community of Canyon Rd / Hobble Creek Canyon has plenty of outdoor options for your active pupper. Wayne Bartholomew Family Park is scenic, centered around a reservoir and surrounded by mountains. While doggos aren’t allowed on the beach or in the water, there are lots of open areas to explore with your leashed pup. Hobble Creek Park is smaller, but it features a walking trail that leashed doggos can explore, as well as a pavilion where you can catch some shade. This park has a water fountain, but it’s designated for people, so bring along a bowl for your doggo. If you’d prefer a rigorous hike, check out the scenic Spring Canyon Trail, which is rated as difficult.

E 900 S / E 800 S

12
Population Density
3,976 per sq. mi.

E 900 S / E 800 S

12

The neighborhood of E 900 S / E 800 S has plenty of green space to explore with your leashed doggo. Spring Acres Arts Park is so large that it has two areas. The upper park, which hosts cultural events, has an amphitheater, bleachers, and restrooms. The lower park has a walking trail, plenty of green space, a playground, picnic areas, and a drinking fountain where you can fill your doggo’s bowl. Clyde Park, also located in this community, is small and quiet, but it features a walking trail, plenty of grass to tickle your pup’s toes, and picnic tables where you can catch your breath. And finally, although Bird Ballpark is geared towards sports, it does have a walking trail, as well as a drinking fountain where you can fill your pupper’s bowl. You’ll need to bring along waste bags at all of these parks.

S Main St / E 400 S

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,849 per sq. mi.

S Main St / E 400 S

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Springville has many green spaces where leashed puppers are welcome, and the community of S Main St / E 400 S is no exception. This community’s Memorial Park features large grassy expanses, picnic tables, a water fountain where you can fill your doggo’s bowl, as well as a playground, tennis courts, and restrooms. Kolob Park is a small quiet park that’s also quite picturesque, with an incredible view of the nearby mountains. This park features lots of grassy areas for romping with your leashed doggo, as well as picnic tables and a water fountain. You’ll need to bring along waste bags to both parks.