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Top Dog Walking Experiences in Cudahy, WI

Brenda
Brenda
Reviewed by Krystal E. on 10/05/2017

"Very nice and friendly. My dogs loved her so much and can’t wait to get walked again!"

1.11 mi
32m
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Christina
Christina
Reviewed by Bradley L. on 09/05/2017

"Had some problems with communicating how to get into the apartment, but I think it was a problem with the app"

2.34 mi
61m
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Jordan
Jordan
Reviewed by Luis S. on 07/17/2017

"Lilly had a great time walking with Jordan! She walked through her favorite area and got plenty of exercise. I hope they get to walk together again soon!"

1.83 mi
34m
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Brenda
Brenda
Reviewed by Jason J. on 07/09/2017

"This was a great first experience for me! Brenda was so nice and Lilly loved spending time with her. She understood Lilly's personality and sent me videos throughout the walk. I listed Brenda as my first preferred walker so I hope she can take Lilly out again!"

3.20 mi
61m
Poo
Pee

Dog Areas in Cudahy, WI

1 Park
1 Eatery

Just south of Milwaukee along the coast of Lake Michigan is the city of Cudahy, Wisconsin and it has a population of over 18,000 people. Those who love the outdoors will get a kick out of living in or visiting Cudahy and exploring all there is to do outside. Cudahy's proximity to other great cities and towns in Wisconsin means you are never far from something fun to do with your dog! There are also veterinarians within Cudahy and many more when you branch out of the city limits.

While there is plenty of adventure to be had in Cudahy, there are plenty of good spots where you can kick back and relax, too. Just south of central Cudahy is the Sheridan Boutique Hotel and Cafe, and there is plenty of dog-friendly seating on their outdoor patio which is located in the back of the cafe. You can have breakfast and lunch at Sheridan's and enjoy dishes like their pulled pork and potato hash or their Cuban panini while you sip on a mimosa or their delicious Whiskey Chai. Once you have a full stomach and your dog by your side, you'll be all set for a day of adventure with your best friend while you get to known Cudahy and what makes it such a dog-friendly city!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cudahy, WI

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,079/sq mi

    #1 Southeast Cudahy

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    Cudahy has its very own dog park known as the Warnimont Park Dog Exercise Area. This off-leash park is fenced in and it even has a separate area for smaller dogs. There are various wood-chipped trails throughout the park, and along the way, there is plenty of seating and tables. This park doesn't have a water fountain so be sure to bring some of your own for when Rover gets thirsty. Warnimont Park requires a permit for use, but the small fee is worth it for all of the fun times you and your dog are sure to have here!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,840/sq mi

    #2 Mill Valley

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    When it comes to dog parks that truly have everything you or your dog could ever hope for, it's hard to beat the Granville Dog Park in Milwaukee. The Granville Dog Park is only a half-hour drive from Cudahy, and this large park offers over 10 acres of prime roaming opportunities. It also has creeks and plenty of walking trails throughout the park, and you'll find waste bags, bins, and seating for your convenience as well. You'll need a dog permit to attend this park, but the permit will give you access to several dog parks in Milwaukee area.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,595/sq mi

    #3 Northwest Racine

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    Racine, Wisconsin is less than a half-hour drive from Cudahy, and in the northwest part of the city, you'll find Johnson Dog Park. Visitors often refer to this massive 28-acre dog park as "Doggy Disneyland," and it's easy to spend hours there without running out of things to do. There are several trails and valleys to explore in this scenic park, and this park does not require a permit or a fee to visit. Within Johnson Dog Park, there are ponds and rivers for dogs to take a dip while they play which makes this dog park a great spot to go on a hot day.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,413/sq mi

    #4 Mitchell Park

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    A half-hour drive from Cudahy gets you to Brookfield, Wisconsin and one of the city's beautiful parks. Mitchell Park is a 450-acre park that is a hub of activity in the community, from sporting events, family gatherings, biking, hiking, and more. There is a 14-acre dog park within Mitchell Park, and while pets are permitted to be off-leash here, the entrance isn't entirely fenced, so you'll want to keep an extra close eye on your dog and make sure they have good recall skills. The park has trails, creeks, shade, seating, and everything else you need for a great day at the dog park.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 9,600/sq mi

    #5 Estabrook Park

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    Estabrook Park Dog Exercise Area is a three-acre space for dogs to run and play off-leash in Milwaukee, and it's only a 20-minute drive from Cudahy. This park is fully fenced in, and it also has separate areas for dogs of different sizes. There are plenty of trails just outside of the park's perimeter where you and your dog can exercise together, but on these trails, they must be on a leash. Within the off-leash park, there are doggy clean-up stations, seating, a pavilion, and water dishes. Please note this park requires either a daily or a yearly permit to visit.
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