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So grateful for Stephen and his wife! They have walked my dog over 30 times and have been wonderful each time! They make sure he is safe and always show him love before they leave. You couldn t ask for better care.
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Why book a dog walker in Greendale?
Browse Greendale, WI dog walkers to find a Caregiver that can provide the best pet care for your dog — whether your pup is a major sniffing machine and needs a patient walker, or loves to pull full force and needs someone strong to hold the leash. Dog walkers on the Wag! platform are waiting to take your furry friend on a walk around Greendale, WI so you don't have to stress about pet care. The app even notifies you when your dog poops or pees along the way!
The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Greendale
Just north of Greendale in Greenfield are some great places to grab a bit to eat with your pup in tow. The Brass Tap has classic pub-style meals that are sure to leave you feeling satisfied. They have an impressive list of cold drinks, including international varieties and allergy friendly options. Noodles & Company is the place to go for a casual Asian-style meal, or TGI Fridays for an American diner experience. Panea Bread is close by for a quick and healthy sandwich, wrap or salad. For something sweet, check out Daddy Yo's Frozen Yogurt. All of these places welcome pets at the outdoor seating areas.
The Oakleaf Trail (Old-76
Bike Tour) passes through nearby Franklin, just south of Greendale, and is a great place to bring your pup for
an on-lead walk. The whole trail is an impressive 120
miles circling the city of Milwaukee and is one of the 1600 nationwide
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy projects. Keep a track of how far you have walked
as you will need to turn around at some point! The path is paved and easy to
navigate, which makes it an incredibly popular trail for walkers, runners and
bike riders, so keep a look out for other path users. Pup needs to stay leashed
and bring water for you both and a stash of waste disposal bags with you.
The nearby town of Greenfield’s largest park, Konkel Park, is a
lovely pet-friendly green space to visit with your pup for a picnic lunch and
little on-lead walk. This well-appointed and beautifully maintained recreation
area has just under a mile of asphalt path running through the park with
connectors branching into the surrounding suburban area. There is a short
boardwalk over the wetland with an overlook that offers great views and
educational signage along the way to stop and take in. Konkel Park also has a
concession stand where you can purchase drinks and snacks, restrooms and
shelters, as well as a playground, exercise stations and a ball field.
W Rawson Ave/ S 92nd St
The wooded Whitnall Park in Franklin is another pup-tastic place to bring your pet for some fresh air and exercise. There is an extensive nature trail system through here where you can spot an array of beautiful native plants, seek out the bird blind and stop for a look at the Whitnall Lake waterfall. You must keep your dog to the trail and on a lead at all times here. Unfortunately, pets are not allowed in picnic areas or the Wehr Nature Centre which shares the grounds. Bring water for you both and always clean up after your pet when out and about.
Falk Park in the town of Oak Creek is a beautiful little park with a nature trail through beech-maple and oak-hickory forest and is a popular place for dog walking. A grassland bird habitat provides another contrast in landscape and the chance to spot some rare and beautiful local creatures, and many of the plants in the area are state-listed and rare species. Picnic benches give you a pleasant place to stop for a bite to eat or a rest to admire the surroundings. Dogs need to stay leashed and make sure you pack your waste bags, water for you both and some bug spray if visiting in the summer.
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