Dog walking in Lovettsville

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Hi, I’m Antje! I’m a K-5th grade physical education teacher. Although I work with children I also love working with animals. What better way to spend my down time than by being outside with fun and energetic pups!

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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

Hi! My name is Wendy. I love dogs, but who among us doesn't, right?! I have experience with dogs from a wide range breeds, sizes, and temperaments. After growing up with dogs on our farm, I volunteered at animal shelters, worked at a pet store for two years, and completed a certified dog training program. I currently have two fur-babies of my own, Steve and Gizmo. I am looking forward to taking care of your pups like they were my own, whether it be for a walk or while you're out of town for vacation.

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Dog Walking in Lovettsville

German settlers were the first to cohabit Lovettsville, Virginia with the Native Americans. The settlement then became a popular stop along the Potomac River. During the Civil War, Lovettsville became somewhat of a hub for supplies. Today, it's a small, charming town that's rich with history.

This history has survived in probably one of the most unexpected ways. The Lovettsville Community Park is a project designed to preserve the town's history while giving the whole family a place to relax and spend time together. You can bring your dog to this 93-acre park to explore the living history exhibits. There are trails that lead throughout the park, which you can enjoy as long as your dog stays on a leash. Or, if you're looking for some off-leash playtime, you can make a beeline for the fenced dog park!

If you are looking for a place to stay in Lovettsville with your dog, then you should definitely check out the Stone Manor. It is a full-service bed and breakfast that welcomes canine guests with open arms. The pet-friendly rooms are limited, and some breed restrictions apply. It is best to call at least a month ahead to book your stay. 

Lovettsville is a beautiful community that loves its human residents almost as much as it loves its dogs!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lovettsville

Church Street

48
Population Density
149 per sq. mi.

Church Street

48

Andy's A Taste of the Mediterranean is the place to go with your dog while you are in Lovettsville. They have a large outdoor patio area where you can bring your dog with you to enjoy pizza, pasta, or even subs. If you want something more hearty, go for the chicken parm. The best part is that, on the weekends, there is live music on the patio. If you want to visit during the weekend, you will need to make sure that your dog can handle crowds and music. Keep your dog on a leash at all times while you're here. The fur-iendly staff will even serve your dog if you provide the dish!

Broadway

36
Population Density
149 per sq. mi.

Broadway

36

Market Table Bistro has locally sourced food options for you to choose from. All their dishes are organic and delicious all at the same time. You can bring your dog with you to enjoy a meal at any of their outdoor tables -- just don't forget to bring a leash. Some days, they even have organic, freshly made dog treats on the menu as well! This is the pawfect spot to indulge in your vegetarian or vegan favorites, or try something new. You and Fido are sure to leave with a full belly and a happy heart! The menu is always changing, so be sure to visit often.

Comus Road

24
Population Density
33 per sq. mi.

Comus Road

24

Grab a leash and come on over to Sugarloaf Mountain Winery. You and your dog are welcome to walk the vineyard or sit in on a wine tasting. The shop is open daily all year long so you can grab your favorite bottle with your dog. This is the perfect place to host a girl's night or a wedding shower. Bridal pictures are a huge hit here because you can have your fur baby in the photos as well! If you are looking for a relaxing place to enjoy the afternoon sipping wine, look no fur-ther! This Fido-friendly winery is located in Dickerson, just twelve miles from Lovettsville.

Davis Court

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
484 per sq. mi.

Davis Court

12

Leesburg Dog Park, located in historic Leesburg, Virginia, is about fifteen miles from Lovettsville. The dog park is located in Olde Izaak Walton Park, which your leashed pup is welcome to explore. While there are lots of trails for you and your dog to walk here, the real treasure is the off-leash area. This is a large, fenced space where your dog can sniff out a few new friends! Most of the pet parents are proactive and ready to play with all the dogs. The downside is that there is no water during most of the year, so you will need to bring your own.

Downtown

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Population Density
378 per sq. mi.

Downtown

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Are you looking for an adventure? Do you like to be a little scared? Do you want to learn a little while you are at it? Then you need to come on over to Harpers Ferry! It is about eleven miles from Lovettsville. Book a tour with Harpers Ferry Ghost Tours to learn the spooky history of this famous town. Locals and visitors alike rave about this tour, calling it both frightening and informative. Dogs are allowed to join you on the tours, provided that they're well-behaved and leashed. If your pup isn't as scared as Scooby Doo, this is a furrific attraction you won't want to miss!

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