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Thomas
Thomas
Reviewed by Kimberly F. on 10/04/2017

"Thomas walked my dog almost 2 miles in 30 minutes! I’m impressed and very thankful (Ruby and her heart thanks you too)"

1.94 mi
30m
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Jamie
Jamie
Reviewed by Maria C. on 10/04/2017

"Jamie is awesome. We are so grateful to him for helping us. He is always on time and we appreciate so much him being able to handle our active puppy!"

1.21 mi
33m
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Thomas
Thomas
Reviewed by Mary D. on 09/20/2017

"Thomas is a wonderful young man. He runs with Izzy which she absolutely loves!"

1.95 mi
31m
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Jamie
Jamie
Reviewed by Kristin E. on 09/19/2017

"Jamie and Luna went on a deluxe walk and covered more than 2 miles! He kept her focused and made sure to return her home nice and tired. I highly recommend Jamie and would book him again."

2.22 mi
62m
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Tory
Tory
Reviewed by Kristin E. on 09/08/2017

"Luna had a great time exploring the neighborhood with Tory and returned home ready for a nap. :)"

1.32 mi
67m
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Thomas
Thomas
Reviewed by Tara E. on 09/04/2017

"Was great to watch Tank on his walk with Thomas! He looks like a happy dog."

2.78 mi
61m
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Caroline
Caroline
Reviewed by Adam M. on 08/29/2017

"Caroline was great. And a great sport about the confusing house we live in! "

1.64 mi
40m
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Devon
Devon
Reviewed by Natalie K. on 08/15/2017

"Devon was great! She included a video and picture, and gave me a detailed follow up on how the walk went. Thanks Devon!!"

1.34 mi
34m
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Jamie
Jamie
Reviewed by Thomas D. on 07/31/2017

"Haha next time you pay me for walking her. Thank you sooo much. Gaga loves guys. See you soon."

3.08 mi
120m
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Jamie
Jamie
Reviewed by Steven M. on 07/23/2017

"Jamie was great! He was quick to respond to my messages and very friendly. Otis loved him and appreciated him feeling up the dog bowl with water after a long, hot walk! We'd love to have Jamie come for another walk!"

1.25 mi
31m
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Dog Areas in Mc Lean

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13 Eateries
1 Groomer

McLean is a luxurious community in northern Virginia with gorgeous homes and prominent shopping destinations. This affluent area is home to many important figures in American politics and business, including Congressmen and other government officials who commute to Washington D.C.

This diverse area has a little something for everyone. Dog owners can find a retreat in multiple public parks with walking trails and lush environments. McLean and its surrounding areas, such as Arlington and Woodland Acres, also offer a variety of pet-friendly eateries and more than 15 veterinary clinics in total. If you love the buzz and excitement of big cities, Washington D.C. is just right across the border. 

Turkey Run Park in McLean, located at the Virginia-Maryland border, is so much more than just a riverfront park! This lush and clean area offers miles of walking trails and convenient parking. The park is easily accessible from the parking lot, making it easy for you and Fido to explore the paved trails along the waterline. You won't be able to resist snapping a pic of the magnificent views! Pooches are always welcome, as long as they are leashed and behave themselves.

If you need a taste of true American hospitality and cuisine, McLean Family Restaurant is a pawesome place to grab a bite with Fido. Dogs are welcome at the outdoor tables.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mc Lean

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    Population Density 4,415/sq mi

    #1 Rivercrest

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    Rivercrest is a northern neighborhood of Arlington just southeast of McLean. Residential quarters dominate the area, occupying Rivercrest almost entirely; however, you will find Gulf-Branch Trail paralleling Gulf Branch along the neighborhood's southern border. This area is also home to Fort Ethan Allen Park, a beautiful 15-acre green space. You will have to keep your pooch on their leash until you reach Madison Community Canine Area, a wonderful dog park with an enclosed area and benches. The park also offers several playgrounds and multi-purpose fields, as well as short walking trails for exercises and strolls, but no drinking water.

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    Population Density 9,250/sq mi

    #2 Lyon Village

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    Located just east of Virginia Square in downtown Arlington, Lyon Village is a central neighborhood with a variety of activities. Schools, shopping spots, and public parks serve the densely populated residential area, as well as James Hunter Dog Park. This is a roomy, green oasis for pups and their parents. The park features a large enclosed area that's pawsitively packed with visitors and their furry babies after 6 p.m. There's no separate area for small breeds, but if your pup adores making new friends and running off-leash with pooches of all sizes, there is no better place to stop by!

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    Population Density 6,504/sq mi

    #3 Madison Manor

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    Madison Manor is an affluent neighborhood of Arlington. Madison Manor Park outlines the northern border of the area. This park offers a nice and relaxing walk on Washington and Old Dominion Trail. The trail parallels Four Mile Run and leads to Benjamin Banneker Park. This is a no-frills park with walking trails, a playground, and a wonderful enclosure for furry babies to play and run off-leash. The doggie area is tucked into the southeastern corner of the park and features a separate parking lot and a separate section for small pooches. Both areas are covered in grass and provide seating and shade, but no water fountains.

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    Population Density 5,201/sq mi

    #4 Glencarlyn

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    Glencarlyn is a well-kept, historic neighborhood. A former retreat for Washingtonians eager to escape the city, Glencarlyn was once the site of lavish summer residences. Time has passed, and Glencarlyn is now a residential neighborhood of Arlington that still offers a retreat for those who need it. Glencarlyn Park and Playground is a wonderful park nestled on the banks of Four Mile Run. Walking and hiking trails, paired with wooded spots and a creekside off-leash area, make the experience pleasant and un-fur-gettable. Glencarlyn Dog Park, on the opposite bank and down the river, is a small off-leash enclosure where you can play fetch with your pup!

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    Population Density 4,246/sq mi

    #5 Courthouse Road

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    Courthouse Road starts in downtown Vienna and stretches south into Oakton, offering a range of business and public parks along the way. You'd be barking mad to miss Nottoway Park, a spacious community park with sports fields, welcoming picnic areas, and a dog park. Vienna Dog Park, hidden in the northeastern corner of the park, is a nice and well-shaded enclosure for off-leash fun! Popular in the afternoon, the park features a grassy area with seating and a fence. If you want to socialize your pup, come by after 3 p.m. to meet some of the local dogs who frequent the park! Don't forget to bring some drinking water.

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