Dog walking in Hazard

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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 Hazard

Hazard is a small community in eastern Washington. This area is quite small, so it doesn’t have much to offer dogs and their owners other than about thirty veterinarians within ten miles. Fortunately, the surrounding area has several puptastic dog parks and other dog-friendly activities for canines and their companions to enjoy.

Just thirty minutes south of Hazard is Hays Park, a beautiful play area tucked away in Spokane. At about eight acres, this park is complete with a softball field, public restrooms, and a picnic area. It’s known for being clean and shaded, so be sure to swing by with Fido!

You could also check out the South Hill Dog Park. At about ten acres, this fenced park is large and packed with trails for you and your furry friend to enjoy. Just be sure to bring your own water! Once you’re done checking out the parks in Spokane, stop by Picabu Bistro for a bite to eat. This quaint little Spokane restaurant offers everything from chicken potstickers to gorgonzola penne, and pups are welcome on the covered outdoor patio.

Although Hazard itself has little to offer dog owners, the surrounding community certainly does -- so don’t miss out!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hazard

Moran Prairie

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Population Density
1,424 per sq. mi.

Moran Prairie

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About 15 minutes from Manito is Moran Prairie in Spokane. This neighborhood sits on the southern end of Spokane and has much more open land than other areas in the city. Here, you can enjoy the Dishman Hills Conservation Area, an over-1200-acre area with some of the most breathtaking scenery around, with your leashed pup. And the Iller Creek Conservation Area Trail within Dishman Hills is the perfect, 2-mile adventure for you and your dog. A lot of locals take their pooches here since it’s less crowded than other trails and is the perfect length for dogs and their owners to hike.  

Manito

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Population Density
3,445 per sq. mi.

Manito

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The neighborhood of Manito sits south of Riverside and is about a 5-minute drive from there. You and your dog can enjoy some quality time together at Manito Park, which welcomes leashed dogs. The beautiful park has over 70 acres, with ponds, playgrounds, and more. And, its Park Bench Café welcomes dogs to dine with their owners! Before visiting the park, make sure you pack some water for yourself and your pooch. But, if you forget, simply head to the Park Bench Café and ask for some tap water. The staff are sure to oblige, and, if they're anything like us, will be delighted to fuss over Fido!

Riverside

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Population Density
2,113 per sq. mi.

Riverside

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Riverside is only about a mile away from Peaceful Valley. This popular neighborhood in Spokane is in the heart of the city, with plenty of dog-friendly hotels, eateries, boarding services, and more. This area is the home of Riverside Park, which has gorgeous scenery and water in a peaceful environment. Take your leashed pooch here for a stroll. Remember to bring along some water, or pack a picnic to make a full day of it! If picnicking isn't your thing and you’re looking for a bite to eat, head to Sante Restaurant & Charcuterie, a pup-ular restaurant with global cuisine that welcomes your dog at its sidewalk tables.

Peaceful Valley

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,381 per sq. mi.

Peaceful Valley

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Peaceful Valley in Spokane, WA is about 20 miles from Hazard and sits on the western side of the city. Here, you and your dog can enjoy some quality time at the Spokanimal Dog Park, nestled in High Bridge Park. The park has separate small and large dog areas with plenty of space for your pup to run, play, and socialize. If you’re looking for more outdoor adventures with Fido, take him to the Fish Lake Trail, with convenient parking spaces near its opening and about 9 miles of room to explore. Your leashed dog will likely meet other dogs here at this popular, dog-friendly trail!

Suncrest

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Population Density
546 per sq. mi.

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Hazard, WA is a small community near Spokane that isn’t divided into neighborhoods. To get to dog-friendly areas, you’ll need to step foot a little farther, like the Suncrest neighborhood of Nine Mile Falls, WA. This area is just under 11 miles away from Hazard and is home to Riverside State Park, which reaches over 12,000 acres of land. You and your dog can enjoy the Spokane River Centennial Trail, which is part of the Rails-to-Trails organization, which goes along the shoreline of the Spokane River. When you’re done running or hiking, head to The Tin Cup Café, which serves your favorite country-style meals and welcomes dogs at outdoor seating.

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