Dog walking in Hunts Point

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Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.

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Hi, I’m Kim. I’m very excited to be part of the Wag team! Dogs have always played an important part of my life. Even during times when I didn’t personally own one, there was always a special dog or 2 that a friend would share with me. My experiences have been varied with dogs of all ages and sizes. Just like people, dogs have their own special personalities. I believe this makes for great fun to spend time with and get to know their unique behavior. Taking walks in Seattle neighborhoods is one of my most favorite things to do – especially when accompanied with a dog! I promise to take loving care of your dog so you will have a happy and healthy dog when you are home!

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Dependable, loyal, and responsible pack leader of four who would love to help you increase the quality of your best friend's life via fresh air and exercise. As an ambassador of animals for many years I have appreciated their individual personalities and their innocent zest for life. I have volunteered at both Woodland Park Zoo and Bainbridge Island Wildlife Sanctuary, and feel great joy out of dedicating moments in time with our animal friends. I would love to put this sentiment to good use for you and your fur baby. Let's get wag walking!

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Dog Walking in Hunts Point

Hunts Point is a small town on a physically small point of land! It’s close to many other communities, particularly Yarrow Point and Clyde Hill, just north of the thriving city of Bellevue, making this small residential area a commuter’s paradise. Dogs are less concerned about the workday, though, and they adore the area for all the sights and smells it has to offer! Dogs are also less concerned about potential medical care than their loving owners, but put your mind to rest in Hunts Point: even though the tiny town doesn’t have their own vet, a 5 minute drive to neighboring Clyde Hill provides one, and slightly longer commutes will show dozens in the immediate area!


Hunts Point had a bizarre start. Leigh S. J. Hunt acquired it in 1870. He lived in neighboring Yarrow Point, and he bought the property so he could cut down the tall trees at the end that blocked his view of Lake Washington. From there, the property changed hands several times and eventually became a proper town in 1955. Hunts Point has become a great place to visit just outside of Seattle. Both you and your dog will love the clear air and fresh breezes off Lake Washington.


Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hunts Point

Hunts Point

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Population Density
394 per sq. mi.

Hunts Point

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If you dog likes to ruff it and be active outdoors, he will love the Wetherill Nature Preserve in Hunts Point . This 15 acre preserve has plenty of sniff-tastic trails through the forest that your pup will love to explore, as well as beautiful views of Cozy Cove to enjoy. This is the perfect retreat for bird watching and spotting wildlife. All dogs are welcome at the Wetherill Nature Reserve, as long as they on leash. So, why not pack a bag and head to Wetherill Nature Preserve for a pawsome adventure with your furry friend?

Medina

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Population Density
3,024 per sq. mi.

Medina

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For an outdoor adventure with your pup, you are spoilt for choice in Medina, located only a few miles away from Hunts Point. This lone neighborhood town hosts Medina Park, which has an off-leash area for your dog. There is even a swimming pond where he can paddle! Since this area is not fenced, be sure your pup has good recall, or you can enjoy the pawsome paths around the pond on leash. In addition, there is the Fairweather Nature Preserve with woodland hikes. Dogs are welcome, as long as they remain on leash. For beautiful views of Mount Rainier, check out Medina Beach Park, with plenty of grass for your dog to get their paws into!


Northwest Bellevue

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Population Density
12,683 per sq. mi.

Northwest Bellevue

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A popular place to bring your dog is Zumdieck Park in the Northwest Bellevue neighborhood of Bellevue. You will find this retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the city and only a few miles away from Hunts Point. It has four acres of land, with pawsome trails deep into the woods; your pup is sure to love all the new scents nature has to offer! There is also a picnic area and playground for kids, so you can bring the whole family. Serving delicious food throughout the week and a late night happy hour, is Palomino Rustico Restaurant & Bar. With an outdoor patio, all furry friends are welcome.


Clyde

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Population Density
2,984 per sq. mi.

Clyde

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A hidden gem in the Clyde neighborhood of nearby Bellevue is definitely Clyde Beach Park. Located only 2.5 miles from Hunts Point, Clyde Beach Park has lots of grass for your pup to run around, as well as beach access to sand and water for an enjoyable day trip. Since this neighborhood park is never too busy, it is the perfect place to relax and retreat from the city on warmer days and enjoy nice views of the beach. So, pack your bag and head down to Clyde Beach Park with your pup; don’t forget your furry friend’s favorite toy and a treat!


Bellevue City Center

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Population Density
12,564 per sq. mi.

Bellevue City Center

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Bellevue City Center is paradise for dog lovers, and is located only a few miles from Hunts Point in Bellevue. In this muttropolitan area, you will find Bellevue Downtown Park, with ten acres of green open space that your pup will love, as well as a one mile promenade for leisurely strolls. There is also Wildwood Park that features sniff-tastic walking trails to explore through the forest. If you are feeling hungry, there are plenty of dog friendly restaurants, such as MOD Pizza and Ooba’s Mexican Grill. In addition, the 520 Bar & Grill has garden seating that welcomes dogs, which even has heat lamps and blankets for cooler days.


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