Dog walking in Four Lakes

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I have had dogs my entire life, all were large breeds except one small. I also provided dog care for those in temporary need of shelter and care. I believe a healthy diet and exercise is key for a happy dog. I have taken several dog training courses and know how to keep calm and show no fear around a dog who is barking or asserting dominance. I understand the different behaviors and traits in each breed and deal with each dog appropriately.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, 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 Bailey and I can't wait to walk your dog! I will admit that my motives are mostly selfish when it comes to dog walking, in that I just want to have an excuse to hang with some dogs! I grew up with two large dogs Max and Bachi and really miss taking them for walks around the neighborhood. I know how important it is for dogs to get out of the house and enjoy the outdoors, and I would love to be the one to do that with them!

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Dog Walking in Four Lakes

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Four Lakes

Iller Creek Conservation Area

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,564 per sq. mi.

Iller Creek Conservation Area

48

It is about ten miles from Four Lakes, but the Iller Creek Conservation Area Trail feels like it’s a million miles away from the city drama. This is a two-mile trail that usually takes around two hours to complete if you are walking with your dog on his leash. It is definitely one of the biggest conservation areas around and it is fairly new. The paths are never very crowded, which makes it just perfect for enjoying any day of the week. Your dog will enjoy this peaceful way to enjoy nature all year long. 

High Bridge Park

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
175 per sq. mi.

High Bridge Park

36

Spokanimal Dog Park is another delight that is only ten minutes away. It is the only dog park you will find around here, and it is worth every bark. The fenced-in area has a ton of room to room and even some woods that you can explore without having to keep your dog on her leash. There are lots of other fur friends to run and play with. Your dog may even make some friends! The lake is a short walk away, but your pal will need to be on leash for that trip, as it is dangerous to swim in. 

Turnball National Wildlife Refuge

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
54 per sq. mi.

Turnball National Wildlife Refuge

24

Come on! Let’s go! It’s only 6 miles from Four Lakes to Cheever Lake Headquarters Trail. They offer the beauty of nature like no other place in Washington. The three-mile trail walks you through nature at your own pace. There are plenty of trees for Fido to bark at, flowers to stop and smell, and even small animals to make the leaves rustle. This is pure nature, so you will need to bring your own water for you and your dog. Don’t forget to bring some waste bags along, too. No one likes a litterbug! Please keep your dog on a leash while you enjoy the beauty of Washington.

Amber

12
Population Density
51 per sq. mi.

Amber

12

Even though it’s slightly outside of Cheney, you can still get to Columbia Plateau Trail State Park in about ten minutes. This is only part of the 38 miles of the Rails-to-Trails system in the area. This path was built on the site of the former rail line. Not only will you see amazing signs that nature is alive and well, but you will also see markers along the way highlighting the route’s historical significance. There are even mile markers counting down to Spokane. This side of the trail is paved and easy to travel for everyone. Please keep your dog on his leash.

Meyer's Park

0
Population Density
51 per sq. mi.

Meyer's Park

0

Fish Lake Trail is the other half of the Rails-to-Trails system in Cheney. It is a little more underdeveloped than the Columbia Plateau Trail. It runs along the Snake River, and you can often see critters running through the meadow. Parts of the trail are unpaved, but other parts are clearly marked, so you may want to bring a map. You will need to keep your dog on his leash through these areas. You can walk the once active rail line and read the markers highlighting interesting facts along the way. Don’t forget to bring water and waste bags!

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