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      A top-rated local Caregiver will match with you; or you can choose to browse Caregivers near you.

    • Follow along

      Follow along

      Receive live updates and photos. Track your pup's walk via GPS.

    • Get a report card

      Get a report card

      Once your pet is home, view details on how the walk went, complete with a photo!

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      Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Douglas

      Bartling Park

      4848
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      3,635 per sq. mi.

      Bartling Park

      4848

      In the Bartling Park area, you'll find single-family dwellings. There are sidewalks along the neighborhood streets where you and fido can take a daily stroll together. When you want to get out and play a little ball or frisbee with your furry friend, head to Bartling Park off Jefferson Street. This facility includes a ball field, some open space, and tables. You can bring dogs here as long as they're on a leash that's less than ten feet long. Get some exercise with your pup and enjoy a picnic in the park. Bring waste bags with you when you come here.

      Cheyenne St/Mesa Dr

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      4,950 per sq. mi.

      Cheyenne St/Mesa Dr

      3636

      The neighborhood between Cheyenne Street and Mesa Drive includes some small businesses and residential streets. There are some quiet blocks with sidewalks here where you and your pup can take a stroll. If you're looking for a place to play catch with your four-footed friend, head to Clearfield Park on Yucca Drive. This community property has some open lawn and picnic facilities. Play ball or frisbee in the grass with your special pal to get some exercise. Remember to keep Spot on a leash that's less than ten feet long. Bring waste bags with you to clean up any messes.

      Antelope Creek

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      905 per sq. mi.

      Antelope Creek

      2424

      The area around Antelope Creek includes single-family homes, apartments, and a community park. Take a walk by the North Platte River with your fur baby for exercise, then head to Riverside Park off West Grant Street. There are tables, a walking path, and some grassy areas here. Stroll down to the riverbank or play catch with your pooch in this facility. Bring a sack lunch to enjoy an outdoor meal with Fido. Dogs can join you, provided you keep them on a leash that's shorter than ten feet. Make sure you bring waste bags and immediately clean up any droppings.

      East Antelope Creek

      1212
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      3,930 per sq. mi.

      East Antelope Creek

      1212

      The East Antelope Creek neighborhood has some trailer homes, houses, and small businesses. The streets here have sidewalks that you and Spot can use for a daily stroll. Take your fur baby to Irwin Park on North 6th Street when you want to play ball or share a meal outdoors. This pocket park has a playground and some green space. Play some fetch with your four-footed pal to get a little exercise. Dogs are permitted in this public area as long as they're on a leash that's no longer than ten feet. Make sure your clean up after your pooch.

      Washington Park

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      4,800 per sq. mi.

      Washington Park

      00

      The community around Washington Park includes a cemetery, single-family homes, and commercial buildings. You and your fur baby will be able to take your daily walk along the sidewalks in this neighborhood. To enjoy some time in the park with your special pal, head to Washington Park off Oak Place. This wooded facility includes tables, a grill, and a playground. Wander through the trees with your canine companion to stretch your legs. You're allowed to bring dogs on a sturdy leash that's under ten feet long. Remember to bring along waste bags to pick up any droppings.

      Bartling Park

      4848
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      3,635 per sq. mi.

      Bartling Park

      4848

      In the Bartling Park area, you'll find single-family dwellings. There are sidewalks along the neighborhood streets where you and fido can take a daily stroll together. When you want to get out and play a little ball or frisbee with your furry friend, head to Bartling Park off Jefferson Street. This facility includes a ball field, some open space, and tables. You can bring dogs here as long as they're on a leash that's less than ten feet long. Get some exercise with your pup and enjoy a picnic in the park. Bring waste bags with you when you come here.

      Cheyenne St/Mesa Dr

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      4,950 per sq. mi.

      Cheyenne St/Mesa Dr

      3636

      The neighborhood between Cheyenne Street and Mesa Drive includes some small businesses and residential streets. There are some quiet blocks with sidewalks here where you and your pup can take a stroll. If you're looking for a place to play catch with your four-footed friend, head to Clearfield Park on Yucca Drive. This community property has some open lawn and picnic facilities. Play ball or frisbee in the grass with your special pal to get some exercise. Remember to keep Spot on a leash that's less than ten feet long. Bring waste bags with you to clean up any messes.

      Antelope Creek

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      905 per sq. mi.

      Antelope Creek

      2424

      The area around Antelope Creek includes single-family homes, apartments, and a community park. Take a walk by the North Platte River with your fur baby for exercise, then head to Riverside Park off West Grant Street. There are tables, a walking path, and some grassy areas here. Stroll down to the riverbank or play catch with your pooch in this facility. Bring a sack lunch to enjoy an outdoor meal with Fido. Dogs can join you, provided you keep them on a leash that's shorter than ten feet. Make sure you bring waste bags and immediately clean up any droppings.

      East Antelope Creek

      1212
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      3,930 per sq. mi.

      East Antelope Creek

      1212

      The East Antelope Creek neighborhood has some trailer homes, houses, and small businesses. The streets here have sidewalks that you and Spot can use for a daily stroll. Take your fur baby to Irwin Park on North 6th Street when you want to play ball or share a meal outdoors. This pocket park has a playground and some green space. Play some fetch with your four-footed pal to get a little exercise. Dogs are permitted in this public area as long as they're on a leash that's no longer than ten feet. Make sure your clean up after your pooch.

      Washington Park

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      4,800 per sq. mi.

      Washington Park

      00

      The community around Washington Park includes a cemetery, single-family homes, and commercial buildings. You and your fur baby will be able to take your daily walk along the sidewalks in this neighborhood. To enjoy some time in the park with your special pal, head to Washington Park off Oak Place. This wooded facility includes tables, a grill, and a playground. Wander through the trees with your canine companion to stretch your legs. You're allowed to bring dogs on a sturdy leash that's under ten feet long. Remember to bring along waste bags to pick up any droppings.

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