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Top Dog Walking Experiences in Seattle

Brianna
Brianna
Reviewed by Rebecca C. on 10/04/2017

"Brownie appreciates all you do. Thank you so much! Very professional service. "

2.83 mi
63m
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Pee
Shay
Shay
Reviewed by Jeremy B. on 10/04/2017

"Thank you so much for working on no pulling. That’s so great! And thank you for the video and the pics!! "

3.90 mi
60m
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Pee
Bev
Bev
Reviewed by Robert L. on 10/04/2017

"Bev was great! Responded when I texted her right away and I loved he picture she took of my pup! "

1.08 mi
35m
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Pee
Erik
Erik
Reviewed by Phillip B. on 10/04/2017

"Erik was great. Took my lab Kona on a nice long walk and made sure she had water in her dish afterwards. I definitely recommend him to others! "

2.72 mi
63m
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Pee
Bennett
Bennett
Reviewed by Adrian J. on 10/04/2017

"Super nice and patient as I was dealing with a mini emergency. Appreciate it Bennett!"

1.27 mi
33m
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Pee
Adam
Adam
Reviewed by Tiffany C. on 10/04/2017

"Adam always makes sure to give my puppy the attention he needs. Walks at least 1 mile per 30 minutes, gets him water when it's hot, and makes sure he's well loved. Definitely my preferred walker!"

1.24 mi
32m
Poo
Pee
Renee
Renee
Reviewed by Austin T. on 10/04/2017

"You rock! Thanks for taking Charlie out a great little walk around the neighborhood! "

1.52 mi
33m
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Pee
Andi
Andi
Reviewed by Molly J. on 10/04/2017

"Jameson loves his walks with Andi, he comes home tired and happy, exactly what I need for my schedule. Thanks Andi!"

1.51 mi
61m
Poo
Pee
Amanda
Amanda
Reviewed by Danielle N. on 10/04/2017

"Thank you Amanda for another wonderful Moby walk! He always come back happy "

1.55 mi
63m
Poo
Pee
Bev
Bev
Reviewed by Jared K. on 10/04/2017

"Great morning walk to gas work and back. He's favorite place. Hope to see u again soon. "

2.07 mi
49m
Poo
Pee

Dog Areas in Seattle

5 Trails
2 Shops
83 Eateries
67 Groomers

Seattle is the single largest city in the Washington State as well as the Pacific Northwest (commonly includes the states of Oregon, Washington, and Canadian province of British Columbia). Seattle is one of the fastest growing major cities in the U.S., with this fast growth, comes an unbelievable pet culture. Seattle has over 50 pet-friendly hotels, attractions, and around 170 pet-friendly restaurants.

Visiting Seattle and have some sunshine to spare? Check out Discovery Park. Discovery Park is located at the top of a cliff with a small lighthouse that creates quite a scenic experience. In addition to the lighthouse, you'll find hiking, an expansive beach, and towering trees. Be aware, Fido isn't technically allowed on the beach or without a leash, although this doesn't stop other pet owners from enjoying it that way.

If you're planning on letting your canine run free, and he or she loves the water, check out Warren G. Magnuson Park. There is a small beach and a large off-leash area for your loved one to enjoy. If your dog is a bit more timid, or smaller in size, there is a convenient fenced off area.

Seattle simply can't be enjoyed in one day. Spend the night at the Hotel Andra or Hotel 1000, both of which allow pets and have unbelievable ratings from locals and visitors alike.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Seattle

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 8,380/sq mi

    #1 Phinney Ridge

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    This district of Seattle is one of the most dog-friendly areas of the city, boasting the Woodland Park Rose Garden and the Woodland Dog Park. The Woodland Park Rose Garden is one of few rose test gardens in America. You and your leashed canine companion can enjoy a walk among new hybrid roses before they become available to the public. Afterward, head over to Woodland Dog Park, where your furry friend can stretch his legs and enjoy some off-leash play. Woodland Park Zoo is also nearby, but you’ll need to take your pup back home or to your hotel before visiting-- or you can drop him off at Creature Comforts Pet Sitting to stay busy while you see the sights.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 12,980/sq mi

    #2 Fremont

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    Fremont in Seattle, WA offers plenty of activities for you and your pup to enjoy. Fancy some shopping? You and your leashed dog can enjoy a stroll through Fremont’s Sunday Street Market, where you can treat yourself and your furry friend to unique gifts and fresh food. Walk it off on the Burke-Gilman Trail, a lovely 18-mile trek through Seattle that offers stunning views of Golden Gardens Park, Puget Sound, Fremont Canal, and Lake Union. If you’re visiting around September, you won’t want to miss Dogtoberfest, part of Seattle’s annual Oktoberfest. Enter your pretty pup in the festival’s CityDog Magazine Cover Dog Model contest, and enjoy some of the finest craft beers Seattle has to offer.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,660/sq mi

    #3 South Lake Union

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    If you’re looking for adventure, look no further than Lake Union. Check out the Center for Wooden Boats, where you and your pawesome pal can embark on a self-guided rowboat tour of Lake Union. Visiting Seattle on a weekend? You won’t want to miss the Fremont Sunday Ice Cream Cruise, where you and your leashed companion can enjoy ice cream and smooth sailing around Seattle on the Seattle Ferry. Burn those ice cream calories and learn about sustainable gardening at Cascade Playground – just make sure to keep your furry friend on a leash. If you’re looking for some off-leash fun, head on over to Denny’s Park, which offers benches and lighting.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 17,600/sq mi

    #4 Pike Market

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    Pike Place Market is centrally located, just a few minutes away from downtown Seattle. Don’t forget to stop by Olympic Sculpture Park for some of the most stunning views of the city and Elliott Bay. If you’re visiting in July, don’t miss the annual Fancy Dog fundraiser, held in Olympic Sculpture Park. You and your pup can enjoy a costume parade, food samples, and a fun walk, all while benefiting Seattle’s Humane Pet Project. After a long day of fun in the sun, stop by Pink Door, where you and Fido can enjoy a bite to eat on the patio overlooking Elliot Bay.

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  5. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 5,050/sq mi

    #5 Magnolia

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    Looking to get away from the city and spend some time in nature? Head over to the Magnolia district, home of Discovery Park. This 534-acre park is the largest in Seattle and offers sweeping views of Puget Sound, the Cascade Mountains, and the Olympic Mountains. Discovery Park has everything a nature lover with a canine companion could hope for – sea cliffs, forests, protected beaches, local wildlife, sand dunes, and so much more. You can even take classes at Discovery Park, where you can learn about conservation and the natural landscape. Magnolia Manor Park is also a great place to let your furry friend off his leash.
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