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Gabriel
Reviewed by Cassandra S. on 10/03/2017

"My dog is SUCH a pain! After unhooking her self from her leash, Gabriel caught her, got her home and still had nothing but nice things to say about her, and her much derpier puppy sister. Super grateful that he handled the mishap so well and everyone came home safe!"

1.96 mi
43m
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Alena
Reviewed by Andrew K. on 10/03/2017

"Alena was amazing! Our dog is very particular about his people, and she was friendly and patient with him. She gave great reports and we will definitely look to work with her in the future."

1.41 mi
31m
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Alena
Reviewed by Zachary A. on 09/25/2017

"Hi Alena im sorry i mist have set up thos walk by accident. You dont need to come by later. I already had a friend set uo to come by. Thank you for your time"

1.03 mi
32m
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Alena
Reviewed by Jennifer J. on 09/16/2017

"Thank you so much for taking Chewbacca on a lovely walk today! I know he enjoyed it a lot!"

2.99 mi
63m
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Corrie
Reviewed by Ronald J. on 09/16/2017

"Corrie was great! Arrived on time - handled a little early morning chaos with grace and style. Iggy loves her. "

1.80 mi
33m
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Alena
Reviewed by Tara A. on 09/12/2017

"Alena was amazing. Right away loved her personality and the attention she gave Gus. He came home really happy from his adventure. "

1.17 mi
31m
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Brynn
Reviewed by Wesley M. on 09/07/2017

"Brynn has walked Manny a couple of times, and has been great she's quick to respond to all my lengthy text instructions! Love her report cards and pictures too'"

2.04 mi
54m
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Cheyenne
Reviewed by Ronald A. on 09/05/2017

"Thank you Cheyenne for taking such care of my pups. Very responsive and great communication which I really appreciated."

1.14 mi
32m
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Corrie
Reviewed by Chelsea J. on 09/04/2017

"Great first experience with this app. Corrie had a great attitude and my dog loved his walk!"

1.56 mi
31m
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Cheyenne
Reviewed by Jacob C. on 09/03/2017

"Cheyenne is the best! I messed up the address and she waited for us to meet her. Also our Fritz really likes her. Highly recommended."

2.15 mi
31m
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Dog Areas in Vancouver

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8 Eateries
26 Groomers

Grab your munchkins (e.g. your kiddos) and your pooch and head on over to Pacific Community Park. Your kids will have a blast on the playground and basketball courts, and while they’re running off those ice cream sundaes your in-laws insisted on buying them, you can take your dog over to Dakota Memorial Dog Park, which is on the north side of Pacific Community Park. This dog park spans an entire eight acres, and every square-inch is fenced in. Jog around the gravel trail, play with a favorite toy, or practice on the park’s agility course. When you’re done, leash your pup back up and rinse him off at the dog rinse station. Dakota Memorial Dog Park opens its doggie gates at seven a.m. every day, and the fun doesn’t stop until the sun says goodnight!

It’s 7 a.m., and your dog is thumping his tail loudly against your night stand (his way of nonchalantly telling you to get up now). You know he’s not going to stop staring into your soul until you get out of bed, so you surrender. Now what? Well, get dressed, and take Fido to Brush Prairie Dog Park so he can run off his ornery energy. This dog park stretches over 7.5 acres of land, and has two separate areas: one for all dogs, and the other for small/shy dogs. Let your dog run to his heart’s desire – as long as he’s done by dusk, when the park closes.

Ready for a day of fun? Grab your dog’s loudest squeaky toy and head on out to Ross Dog Park. This eight-acre park is completely fenced in and separates the big dogs from the little guys (> 25 lbs are considered small dogs). Ross Dog Park also has trails to explore and a water station.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Vancouver

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,448/sq mi

    #1 Evergreen East

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    Exploring the residential Evergreen East neighborhood with your pup is a great way to get out and meet other dog loving neighbors. Sidewalks along the streets are perfect for a quick potty break, but planning a day at Dakota Memorial Dog Park at Pacific Community Park is sure to get your dog’s tail wagging. The 8-acre off leash area is fenced with a double gated entrance to keep your pup safe. In addition to the open lawn, the park allows your pooch to investigate forested areas and have a pawsome time on the rustic log agility course. Pup parents can rest on the park benches, or take a walk with Fido over to McMenamins East Restaurant for some European cuisine and craft beer at a table outside.  


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    Population Density 7,744/sq mi

    #2 Hudson Bay

    36

    Living in the historic Hudson Bay neighborhood offers puppy parents the chance to walk with Fido along quaint tree-lined streets and enjoy the unique character of the buildings. This family friendly area features the Waterfront Renaissance Trail that connects with Esther Short Park in downtown Vancouver. Strolling along the miles of paved paths is perfect when your dog needs a chance to work off some energy after a long day. Nearby the trail is the Homewood Suites Vancouver Portland hotel, a lovely place to stay with your pup for an additional fee.


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    Population Density 6,759/sq mi

    #3 Garden Grove Homestead

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    The Garden Grove Homestead neighborhood features several parks perfect for spending quality time with Fido. Ross Dog Park is a fenced and double gated area with separate spaces for large dogs and those under 25 pounds. Walking trails throughout the 8-acre park allow your pup plenty of space to run and sniff. Waste bags and a water station are also available when you pooch needs a rest. Walking through Burnt Bridge Creek Park and Arnold Park are also excellent for hiking or biking.  If your pooch is especially energetic, take him for bike ride to burn off steam. Also in the area is Leverich Community Park, which is Vancouver’s oldest park and offers 16 acres of wooded land to run and romp.
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    Population Density 7,487/sq mi

    #4 West Vancouver

    12

    Family and Fido friendly, the West Vancouver neighborhood is perfect for walking your pooch and hanging out with friends. Esther Short Park and Playground is a 5-acre space in the heart of the downtown area. It’s the oldest public square in Washington, and features a Gazebo, open lawn, and picnic shelter. Puppy parents can often be found socializing near the fountain while their pooches sniff each other and become pals. Gary’s at the Park is a quaint restaurant with a large dog friendly outdoor patio where you can enjoy fish and chips or Dungeness crab cakes. In the evening, plan to take your well-behaved leashed pup to Loowit Brewing Company to drink some craft beer at an inside or outside table.


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    Population Density 5,040/sq mi

    #5 West Minnehaha

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    This unique blend of urban, commercial, and semi-rural neighborhood attracts a large range of dog loving friends who enjoy a sense of community. A variety of churches and schools are located throughout, creating a family friendly atmosphere, and you will often find pup owners taking their pooch to the West Minnehaha Neighborhood Park.  The 3.2-acre site offers benches and picnic tables where you can enjoy a snack with Fido, a playground where the kids can expend some energy, and walking paths to take your pup on for a stroll. You pup will love spending a sunny afternoon frolicking at the park with his furry pals.


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