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I’m Juli. I have been walking dogs for over ten years and as a pet parent I know we all want the best possible care for our pets. As someone with experience with all sizes and many breeds, I understand all dogs require different approaches with the same level of care. Dogs are not just pets, they are family. I hope to be there to lend a hand in taking care of your furry family members.
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Falls Church is a small city in the state of Virginia. Included in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, this historic area was involved in both the American Revolutionary War and the American Civil War. Today, Falls Church is a popular place for young families, including pet owners. Pet parents will find 10 veterinarians within the city's limits.
Although Falls Church is a small, quiet community, it does offer a few amenities for pets and their parents. Spend some time exploring the trails at Roundtree Park, or check out West End Park.
Adventuring can be tiresome, and if you need a place to rest your head, try Westin Tysons Corner. This hotel welcomes small dogs at no additional fee. If you are traveling with a larger canine companion, TownePlace Suites by Marriott Falls Church may be a better choice, but does charge a pet fee. When you're feeling hungry, check out one of the local restaurants with dog-friendly outdoor seating, including La Caraquea and Sea Pearl.
Whether you and your pup are locals or you are just passing through the area, you will have no trouble finding something to do in and around the dog-friendly community of Falls Church, Virginia.
The heart of Falls Church’s City Center area is the place to be if you want to grab a bite to eat with your four-legged friend. For seafood and sandwiches in a casual setting, try Clare and Don’s Beach Shack. Seating for dogs is available, and your pup will even get his own water bowl. Dogwood Tavern is another local favorite with specialties like pecan crusted trout and jambalaya. In the mood for Italian? Try Argia’s Italian Restaurant. If you would like to sample more than a dozen local brews along with your meal, stop by Mad Fox Brewing Company.
If you are in the East Falls Church area, stop by Benjamin Banneker Park. This park features 11-acres filled with trails, picnic areas and playgrounds to enjoy with your entire family. There is also a large playfield, as well as a dog park. The Benjamin Banneker Dog Park is fenced in for off-leash play, and there are plenty of shade trees to help you and your pup stay cool on hot sunny days. Toys, cleanup supplies and fresh water are provided. There is a small pool available during the summer months, and benches where pet parents can rest.
Located just four miles east of Falls Church, the Arlington neighborhood of Fairlington-Shirlington is a pawsome place for pups. Located in Shirlington Park, Shirlington Dog Park is the perfect place to bring your dog to socialize and enjoy some off-leash play. This large, fenced-in park has a separate area where small dogs can play safely away from larger breeds, and there is even a stream where dogs can cool off on hot summer days. Water fountains are located throughout the park, so keeping your hound hydrated is a breeze. Trash cans are also available to allow for simple cleanup.
This Arlington neighborhood is located just over four miles southeast of Falls Church, and is home to the puptastic Glencarlyn Dog Park. The park is kept very clean, but it is not fenced, so your pup may need to remain leashed if he does not respond to voice commands. One of the best parts of this park is the stream where dogs are allowed to take a dip on hot summer days. There are also a few wooded paths to explore, and the park meets the W&OD Trail if your dog is in need of a longer walk.
A few miles further east in Arlington’s Penrose neighborhood, you will find Towers Dog Park. Located inside Towers Park, this doggy destination is fully fenced and has a smaller area for small dogs. The park is open daily from dawn until 10 p.m., and it is well-lit for nighttime use. Water spigots are available to help keep your thirsty pup hydrated. The park also provides tennis balls so you and your dog can enjoy an exciting game of fetch. There is a small selection of agility equipment, and benches and picnic tables are available so pet parents can relax and take in the action.
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