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Allie
Allie
Reviewed by Alyssa J. on 08/09/2017

"Great dog-walker. Love the detailed report. Personable dog-walker. Handles dog well."

1.14 mi
30m
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Elizabeth
Elizabeth
Reviewed by Caitlin L. on 07/21/2017

"Very happy with Elizabeth's walk. Both of my dogs enjoyed the walk around the neighborhood. Very good dog walker and I would reccomend for other walks. "

1.50 mi
36m
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Pee

Dog Areas in Franklin, WI

2 Trails
5 Groomers

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Franklin, WI

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    Population Density 2,187/sq mi

    #1 Northern Milwaukee

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    This dog-friendly neighborhood is home to the Granville Dog Park. This park is located 15 miles from Franklin. It is an off-leash dog park that is like a soggy wonderland for your pooch. It is a fully fenced-in park that has so much for your pup to see and do. The terrain changes from grassy flatland to hills and wooded paths to follow. There is a shallow river where your pup can take a swim, and there are also trails to walk alongside the river. You don’t have to worry about shade as there are plenty of trees. This park also provides agility equipment for your pup to play on. Something to keep in mind, though, is that you will need to purchase a permit for your pooch and also show proof of your dog license and rabies vaccination.

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    Population Density 9,035/sq mi

    #2 Central Milwaukee

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    If you and your pooch are looking for a great place to work out, you will want to visit the Estabrook Park Dog Exercise Area. It is not very far from Franklin and is a large 3-acre off-leash dog park. You will need to purchase a permit for your canine pal’s collar and also show proof of a dog license and rabies vaccination. The permit can be purchased through the park office and can either be daily or yearly. You will want to bring water and doggy waste bags with you. There are plenty of trees for shade and benches to sit on. The larger park has plenty of amenities for you, including a skate park and sports areas. Fido can explore the rest of the park with you as long as he’s on leash.

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    Population Density 3,871/sq mi

    #3 Racine

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    If you are looking to bond with your pup, you will want to visit the Johnson Dog Park. This park is located about a half an hour from Franklin and will be a huge hit with your canine friend. This 28-acre, off-leash dog park has wooded areas and fields for your pooch to explore. There are various trails to walk on and the trails are made up of grass mixed with dirt. The park also provides waste cans to help with doggy cleanup. The only drawback is the park is not fenced in, so you will need to keep a close eye on your pooch. If your pup likes water, there is a pond for them to swim in and a small stream to splash around in. You will need to bring water with you and there are plenty of trees that provide shade. 

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    Population Density 5,905/sq mi

    #4 Kenosha

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    If you are looking to bond with your pooch you will want to visit the Carlisle Family Dog Park at Petrifying Springs Park, located about 32 miles from Franklin. Unlike its name suggests, this park is actually quite quaint. The dog park is an off-leash dog park that does require a daily fee or a yearly pass to visit. The terrain is mainly woods and grassy areas that your canine friend will love exploring. There are trails that fit right in with the nature vibe, as they are dirt covered. You will need to bring water and doggy waste bags with you when you visit. There are plenty of trees that will provide shade if it gets too hot. 

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    Population Density 1,484/sq mi

    #5 Brookfield

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    If you are looking to enjoy a day in nature with your pup, look no further than Mitchell Park Off Leash Dog Park. This park is located about 16 miles from Franklin, Wisconsin. The walking trails are paved and there are plenty of trees for shade. There is a small creek that you pooch can swim in and a lot of lush green grass for them to run through. With that kind of combination, you’ll need to pack a towel to avoid getting wet grass and dirt on your car seats during the ride home. You will want to keep an eye on your pooch, because this park is not fenced in. Grab your walking shoes and your pup’s favorite toy for a pawesome time!

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